Thank you, Jennifer from Hines and Bigham’s Literary Tryst, for the fantastic review of The Seance!
Hines and Bigham's Literary Tryst
Book Length (Est.): 243 Pages
Ninth grade can be a nightmare when you don’t fit in at school, your crush chooses someone else, and your parents tell you they’re having a new baby. Abby was prepared for normal high school problems. She wasn’t prepared for the demon.
Abby has always been fascinated by the paranormal, but after an ill-fated séance, she discovers not all Spirits are benign. A dark entity unleashed during the summoning sets out to destroy Abby, and within days, she loses her best friend, incurs the wrath of her parents, and becomes a prisoner in her own home. With time quickly running out, she assembles an unlikely group of helpers: the most hated guy in school, a retired psychic, and the cute clerk from her favorite bookstore. Unless the demon is defeated, Abby and her new baby brother won’t stand a…
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3 thoughts on “Review of The Séance by Tricia Drammeh”
Echoed my thoughts too. You wrote a great book, Tricia.
Awesome, and I’m heading over to the page to read the review!