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Mortal Ghost by L. Lee Lowe

It’s a fiery hot summer, and sixteen-year-old Jesse Wright is on the run. An oddly gifted boy, he arrives in a new city where the direction of his life is about to change. He’s hungry and lonely and desperate – and beset by visions of a stranger who is being brutally tortured. And then there are Jesse’s own memories of . . .

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MORTAL GHOST

Slow start, profound finish.

By Chris Poirier, editor

Aug 6, 2008: I read Mortal Ghost last night. Perhaps I should clarify: I read all of Mortal Ghost last night. The last time I went cover to cover on a book in one day, it was Ellen Hopkins’s Crank—a year ago.

Mortal Ghost begins with some legitimate fear and an act of mercy. Jesse is in his teens, homeless, and alone. He’s just spent the night under a bridge—not his first—and the big items on his list for the day are finding some [more . . .]

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