Wednesday, July 21, 2010

WoW: The Other Side of Dark

The Other Side of Dark
by Sarah Smith
November 2, 2010

Since losing both of her parents, fifteen-year-old Katie can see and talk to ghosts, which makes her a loner until fellow student Law sees her drawing...more Since losing both of her parents, fifteen-year-old Katie can see and talk to ghosts, which makes her a loner until fellow student Law sees her drawing of a historic house and together they seek a treasure rumored to be hidden there by illegal slave-traders.

Law Walker knew Katie Mullens before she was crazy. Before her mother died. Law knows Katie’s crazy now, but she’s always been talented. And she keeps filling sketch pads even though her drawings have gone a little crazy as well—dark, bloody. What Law doesn’t know is that these drawings are real. Or were real. Katie draws what she sees—and Katie sees dead people. People who have died—recently, and not so recently—in accidents, from suicide, even a boy who was trapped in a house that burned down more than 100 years ago. And it’s this boy who makes Law want to get to know Katie all over again. So what if his dad doesn’t want him dating a white girl? So what if people think Katie is dangerous? The ghost boy is hiding a secret that Law needs to know—and it’s much bigger, much more shocking than anyone ever expected.(summary from Goodreads)
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4 comments:

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

I love flame covers ;)

Here is my WOW

Darlyn said...

Very flammy...here's mine;

http://darlynandbooks.blogspot.com/2010/07/www-wo-wednesday-1.html

happy reading!

MissAttitude said...

I agree with all the above comments, flame covers rock!

I like the premise of this book, hopefully it won't be too creepy (I scare so easily, haha).

Jenny N. said...

Nice pick. The cover also reminds me of the cover for Betrayal by Gillian Shields.

 
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