Ghosts

Category: Book
By (author): Robertson, David A.
Series: The Reckoner
Subject:  YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Magical Realism
  YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Paranormal, Occult & Supernatural
  YOUNG ADULT FICTION / People & Places / Aboriginal & Indigenous
  YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Superheroes
Awards: Ghosts among 29 Canadian Kids & YA Books to Look for in Spring 2019 — (2019) 07
Publisher: Portage & Main Press
Published: May 2019
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 8.50in x 5.50in x 0.55in
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$ 19.95
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Additional Notes

From The Publisher*

Mysterious murders, shadowy figures, and high school. Life can be hard, death can be harder.

Cole Harper is dead. Reynold McCabe is alive and free. Mihko Laboratories has reopened the research facility and works to manufacture and weaponize the illness that previously plagued Wounded Sky. People are missing. The community has been quarantined. What deal did Eva strike with Choch? Who will defeat Reynold and Mihko? Time is running out.

This is the final novel in David A. Robertson's The Reckoner trilogy.
From The Publisher*Mysterious murders, shadowy figures, and high school. Life can be hard, death can be harder.
Review Quote*"Robertson's final installment in this excellent trilogy does not disappoint. He manages to take on important and timely themes while always keeping the reader engaged, engrossed and entertained. Fans will root for this believable cast of characters as they finally get to the truth of the mysterious goings-on at Wounded Sky. I can't wait to see more from this fine author!"
Biographical NoteDavid A. Robertson is an award-winning writer. His books include When We Were Alone (Governor General's Award winner, TD Canadian Children's Literature Award nominee), Will I See? (winner Manuela Dias Book Design and Illustration Award Graphic Novel Category), and the YA novel Strangers (winner of The Michael Van Rooy Award for Genre Fiction). David educates as well as entertains through his writings about Canada's Indigenous Peoples, reflecting their cultures, histories, communities, as well as illuminating many contemporary issues. David is a member of Norway House Cree Nation. He lives in Winnipeg.