"The Door of the Dead is open, and Macy hones her newfound powers destroying the ghosts who emerge. However, when she meets a ghost who reminds her of her dead brother, Macy decides to spare him. While Dominick and his friends try to find a way to close the Door, Macy's dangerous friendship grows stronger. Ultimately, everyone must decide what secrets are worth keeping, an"The Door of the Dead is open, and Macy hones her newfound powers destroying the ghosts who emerge. However, when she meets a ghost who reminds her of her dead brother, Macy decides to spare him. While Dominick and his friends try to find a way to close the Door, Macy's dangerous friendship grows stronger. Ultimately, everyone must decide what secrets are worth keeping, and what price they are willing to pay for them"--P.  of cover....
|Title||:||Forests of the Night|
|Number of Pages||:||207 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Forests of the Night Reviews
Don't you sometimes wish that pets would come back instead of people? Puppies and hamsters following us around. Little poodle ghosts? Man, I can NOT get over this story line. It is so off the charts for me. I am so invested in this story and the characters now that I want to read the whole series in one sitting. I enjoy the story line so much, it's literally the only thing that keeps me reading and sucked in. I've never in my life read anything quiet like this before. But... Just like book one, it has its issues. Mainly, the profanity. Again, by chapter two I started keeping tally. *Fuck-65*Shit-25*Ass-7*Bitch-5*Hell-3*Damn-3*Pissed-2Again, the cussing was just nonstop and so unnecessary. I just don't understand the need to have all these in here so often to the point where you leave readers asking "Why did you even put that there?" And the drinking takes a more active roll in this book. Trev pretty much STAYS wasted. And somehow they always manage to have alcohol on had with no parents knowing. Then again the parents in these books are pretty much null and void. Sorry, I'm just not a fan of the cussing and drinking nonstop. Especially since this is classed as Middle Grade/Young Adult. It sets a really horrible example. If the story line wasn't so dang good I would have quit reading halfway through book one. Lol. I'm so conflicted! I don't know how I feel about them. Like I'm obsessed with the books for the storyline but despise it for the profanity and drinking. Lol ugh. That ending though. You're gonna end it like that?! Oh heck naw!!! LolI admit, once the dead bodies started showing up, I knew what was going on. But the last two pages. Oh. Freaking. Crap.did not see that coming! I think I stared slack-jawed for a good 5 minutes before I got my barrings back. Haha. I'm really looking forward to book three but judging by these first two, I won't hold my breath for less profanity.
Book 2 of 6.Macy figures out how to deal with the ghosts and now has a mystery on her hands. What is happening in her town and why are they having so many murders all of a sudden. Plus... what is with the ghost that doesn't exactly seem "normal."Another quick read I would gladly recommend.
Yes, it's hi/lo teen lit and I'm not a prude and don't usually select for language in my library but, really, the f words are really gratuitous in this book. So is the drinking. But 2 stars for teen interest and a surprise ending.
A different kind of ghost story that all kinds of readers will love. if you love ghost stories and other types of supernatural Books you will love this. As Macy and her friends look for a way to close the door she learns trusting the dead is a terrible mistake.
I thought this book was very exciting. There were lots of surprises throughout the whole book, and secrets revealed about each character. I strongly recommend this book if you enjoy ghost stories, mysterious, and a little romance.