Past Midnight by Mara Purnhagen

Past Midnight by Mara Punrhagen

Past Midnight
by Mara Purnhagen
Publishing on September 1st 2010 by Harlequin
Paperback, 208 pages

With parents who have their own popular ghost-debunking TV show, it’s hard for new girl Charlotte Silver to keep a low profile, especially when her parents’ work follows her to high school in the form of two angry ghosts.
Charlotte Silver wants to live like a normal person, spend her senior year in one school and go around with normal people – well is this too much to ask for? Not for a normal person like you and me but for Charlotte, whose parents make their living by going to haunted places just to prove that they are not haunted this was a bit difficult. Once people found out about her celebrity status, she and her family were considered more of “ghost-busters” than ghost-debunkers. But when her family moves to Charleston and decides to be there for sometime, Charlotte starts to believe that there nomadic life would come to a temporary end after all. But all changes when she is to her brand new house, by 2 very angry, impatient ghosts, uhh no, not ghosts but “balls of energies” – as her parents like to call them. What follows is a quest to help them find what they are seeking through her.
I totally enjoyed Past Midnight. At 200 pages, it was fast, thrilling and I was anxious to know what was about to happen. It was slightly predictable but I am one of those who believes that the ride is what matters and not the destination. This novel is not just about real ghosts but also about facing our ghosts as well. It is about facing about facing your problem head on, I loved that. I loved the fact in the end Charlotte came to accept that she was never going to be normal, and she was happy about it. I loved how Charlotte evolved in this novel and I am looking forward to reading the whole series 🙂
CymLowell


“It isn’t the big pleasures that count the most; it’s making a great deal out of the little ones.”— Jean Webster

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  1. · 14 weeks ago
    there is definitely some issue with intense debate. it is eating all my comments. it is horrid. i am thinking of uninstalling it. 🙁
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    bedazzled · 14 weeks ago
    new template ???!! liked the old one better ..
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    diaryofaneccentric 36p · 14 weeks ago
    I’ll have to keep this title in mind. I like to watch Ghost Hunters and shows like that, so this sounds like a fun book.
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    suko · 14 weeks ago
    Veens, the new, green design looks great. It’s cool and refreshing!

    Terrific review! This sounds like a great book for the summer. 🙂
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    stacybuckeye 34p · 14 weeks ago
    I like the new template too 🙂 This looks like and fun and fast read.
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    Shweta · 13 weeks ago
    Green does look good..I have to request this book. Sounds fun..Hope u are doing well !
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    bermudaonion 64p · 13 weeks ago
    That does sound like a page turner! I love that it’s set in Charleston.
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    Bookjourney 66p · 13 weeks ago
    This sounds good! I hadn’t heard of it before today. Thans for letting me know about it. 🙂
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    Lisa – Lit and Life 46p · 13 weeks ago
    Well, this is certainly not what I would have expected from Harlequin! Clearly they have expanded their kinds of books.
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    MelissaMyWorld 46p · 13 weeks ago
    Stopping by from the book review link up. 🙂 Thank you for the review. I’ve not heard of this book before. Always nice to hear of a new book. 🙂 Thanks!
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    Beth F 62p · 13 weeks ago
    Hummm. I wondering if it would be too scary for me. I’m such wimp when it comes to ghost stories. Love your new look.

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