Synopsis: We Need Diverse Books cofounder Ellen Oh delivers the final book in her middle grade series Spirit Hunters, a gripping mystery and thrilling adventure, starring a Korean-American heroine and a diverse cast of characters.
Harper is dealing with too many new changes in her house. Her cousin, Leo, is now living with them; her sister, Kelly, has started working at a local makeup store, Jeune; and Harper’s spirit hunter abilities have grown increasingly more powerful and uncontrollable, making her a target for possession.
But when Harper and Dayo uncover a dangerous plot to steal youth from millions of innocent people, Harper must use all her powers to destroy an ancient evil and save her sister.
Can our intrepid spirit hunters rescue Kelly before it’s too late?
A spellbinding, spooky, middle grade series, perfect for Halloween!
My Rating: 4.75 stars – rounded up to 5
Cover 5; characters 4; plot 4; pace 4; writing 5; enjoyment 5; Cry *
My Review: Please, don’t say it’s over.
Y’all, I love SPIRIT HUNTERS so much! And SOMETHING WICKED was an epic conclusion. But conclusion! Why does it have to end?
If you like mid-grade spooky I cannot recommend this series enough. It involves not only a diverse cast of characters but also great story lines about children having power to make the future better, but that they don’t have to do it alone. They should work together and ask for help from adults when needed.
It’s super cute and I love it and it made me cry.
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