The House on Parchment Street
Publish date: April 28th 1978
Publisher: Marcel Dekker
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
I realized soon after starting this that I had in fact read it as a kid -- however, the only bit I remembered clearly is the (not important to the plot) scene near the start where Carol is cold her first night in England and uses the antique warming pan, not realizing one is supposed to remove it fr...
It was okay–I liked the realistic description of interactions between happen-to-be-related children, but I’m not keen on ghost stories in general. They just…don’t do much for me. Bar The Graveyard Book, but that’s different. [Nov. 2008]
a young girl moves to England for a month to visit relatives. During that time, she and her cousin Bruce uncover and solve a 300 yearold mystery of a young girl's ghost. This novel was very much about self-discovery and finding out about other people. Enjoyable simply because they are completely dif...
Not one of my favourites by the talented Ms. McKillip. It was a quick read. I'm not a big fan of ghost stories.
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