Calexa Rose Dunhill died once, just for a moment - but now someone wants her dead permanently . . .The shocking conclusion to Cemetery Girl by Charlaine Harris, no. 1 bestselling creator of Sookie Stackhouse, and Christopher Golden, bestselling co-creator of Baltimore.
Calexa Rose Dunhill died once, just for a moment - but now someone wants her dead permanently.
The shocking conclusion to CEMETERY GIRL by Charlaine Harris, no. 1 bestselling creator of Sookie Stackhouse, and Christopher Golden, bestselling co-creator of BALTIMORE.
They call her the Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery, but most people think 'the Cemetery Girl' is just a story. In some ways, that's true. Her chosen name is Calexa Rose Dunhill, but she doesn't know her real name. When she first arrived here, all she knew was that someone had tried to murder her: they'd dumped her body and left her for dead. Calexa has been hiding out here, afraid to seek out her true identity for fear that her would-be murderer would find her and finish the job. And someone is searching for her . . . a man named Salazar, who holds the key that will unlock the secrets of Calexa's past.
Calexa has new secrets as well, including the fact that she was murdered: she did die, if only for a moment - but in that moment, something changed inside her. Now, if someone dies near her, their spirit is drawn to Calexa, drawn into her. It has happened twice before, but now, as her worst fears come true and the killers have found her trail, the third ghost to take up residence in Calexa's soul will change everything.
The Cemetery Girl's story is about to reach a shocking conclusion!
'The story was spiffing ... The illustrations were cracking ... and now think I may delve in to a few more graphic novels' Book Geek Says. - Book Geek Says on Cemetery Girl
'This is an enjoyable and eye catching book, which will convert any reader who has yet to understand the fascination with graphic novels' Compelling Reads. - Compelling Reads on Cemetery Girl
A case of talents multiplying rather than simply adding to each other, [Cemetery Girl] is a suitably spooky start for the series. Recommended - scifibulletin.com on Cemetery Girl
Cemetery Girl has a power all of its own - Fantasy Book Review on Cemetery Girl
Left me wanting more . . . entertaining and highly recommended - Speculative Book Review on Cemetery Girl