Tuesday, November 17, 2009

In order to be accepted by the “in crowd” at her new high school, Jessie accepts a dare to spend one night in a local cemetery collecting rubbings from ten gravestones. Once inside the gate of the dark and frightening burial ground, Jessie meets Paul, a handsome boy who works as a caretaker at the cemetery. Paul explains to Jessie about Tombstone Tea: a fund-raising performance in which actors impersonate the people buried in the cemetery. The actors are supposedly rehearsing on this particular evening, but Jessi quickly discovers that they aren’t actors at all but the ghosts of men and women buried in the cemetery. When one woman decides to adopt Jessie to replace her lost daughter, our heroine fears she may never escape the cemetery.

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  1. The last book that I read was "Nineteen Minutes" by Jodi Picoult. This book is about a fictional (though thoroughly researched) high school shooting. It is written from the perspective of most of the characters. I truly recommend this book for all teens and adults to read, as this is the most relevant book I have found for all, parents and students.

  2. The last book I read was "I heart you, You haunt me" by Lisa Haunt. It was a different read because it was written in a poem type format. It was a great book that teaches you why we hang on to the ones who are only hurting us and how and when to let go. I'd recomend it to all you YA readers out there.

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  3. My last book was the Big Burn by Timothy Egan. All about the HUGE forest fire in 1910 in MT & ID.

  4. The last book I read was "The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod: Eighth Grade Sucks" It is the story a teenage vampire trying to live as much of a normal life as possible. Which isn't working out so well for him. When is "uncle" comes into town everything changes for Vlad faster then he can blink. He is now running for his life from the council. As he discovers new things about his past and his present he hopes that he can make a better future for his friends and family. I recommend this book for teens of all ages who I am sure can understand what he is going through...besides the whole blood sucking thing.