Saturday, May 2, 2015

The Haunting of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie 

Posted by Angel kk at Saturday, May 02, 2015


Based on the wildly popular YouTube channel, The Haunting of Sunshine Girl has been described as “Gilmore Girls meets Paranormal Activity for the new media age.” YA fans new and old will learn the secrets behind Sunshine—the adorkable girl living in a haunted house—a story that is much bigger, and runs much deeper, than even the most devoted viewer can imagine…


Is that foot steps or a voice?

Is there some in strange in the  photo you took?

This book tells the story of Sunshine. Sunshine and her mun pack up there life and move from Austin, Texas to Ridgemount, Washington. Where they rent a small home they found on craigslist. But from the moment they pull up in the driveway Sunshine knows there is something off about this house. Everything is foggy, cold and wet. From the very first night, Sunshine hears the footsteps on the floors, the giggling of a little girl and soon experiences her items moving around her room and board games set up ready to be played. Sunshine is quite positive that the spirit haunting her home is a little girl but, is it really only one spirit?

With the help of a book smart boy from school,  Sunshine learns about her life, the spirit in her house as well as what her future will hold.
The characters are likeable and easy to relate to. Sunshine is smart, brave, and isn't focused on material things.  There is a second POV that pops in every now and then. I did find this a little confusing at first. You don't know who it is or what they're talking about but as the story progress you learn a little more about them.

I loved the constant suspense and anticipation.  Though if you are someone who gets creeped out by people talking about books then this is definitely not for you.

Not sure if this book is for you add it to your TBA pale and check out the YouTube channel.

It will be interesting to see how this story will progress in the next book.


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