The Specter

The Specter Seventeen year old Dina is fighting cancer and is angry at the whole world But when Julie a nine year old survivor of a car accident becomes Dina s roommate at the hospital there s no time for Dina

  • Title: The Specter
  • Author: Joan Lowery Nixon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Seventeen year old Dina is fighting cancer and is angry at the whole world But when Julie, a nine year old survivor of a car accident, becomes Dina s roommate at the hospital, there s no time for Dina to keep on being angry Because Julie is frightened Desperately frightened She s sure that someone caused the accident she was in someone who will return to kill her NoSeventeen year old Dina is fighting cancer and is angry at the whole world But when Julie, a nine year old survivor of a car accident, becomes Dina s roommate at the hospital, there s no time for Dina to keep on being angry Because Julie is frightened Desperately frightened She s sure that someone caused the accident she was in someone who will return to kill her Now she s insisting on being with Dina all the time But by befriending Julie, is Dina making herself the target of a dangerous killer

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      Published :2018-08-19T20:48:36+00:00

    1 thought on “The Specter”

    1. I was expecting pure trash for some reason but this was actually decent. The ending is a little sudden and too perfect. Other than that, fine.

    2. This book was very interesting. Julie is not what she seems. I was surprised with the ending. The book was quite extroadinary. I love how the book is a quick read. I get tired of Julie not telling the truth, She is interesting person. But she's also crazy. Julie is quite spooky. Interesting how she's afraid of Sikes when she killed him. She's nine years old! How does she come up with this? It's odd how she keeps moving around. It doesn't really make that much since, unless she was lying. I hated [...]

    3. Another awesome Joan Lowery Nixon. The plot of this book was a lot like the one of Crooked House by Agatha Christie. I liked how the tension level grew as the plot progressed. Was she insane? Or just really careless? Another one that made you doubt a natural occurence. Was the crash really an accident? I read this book right before bed and had trouble getting to sleep. The reason it didn't get five stars was because of the similarity to Crooked House, so I knew what was going to happen at the en [...]

    4. The book was kinda boring throughout but the ending completely made up for any doubts I could've had in my mind about Joan Lowery Nixon. I've read 7 of her other books that were great!! But since only the end was super amazing I'm gonna have to give this only 3 stars. (view spoiler)[ On the cover I thought the person behind Dina was a guy Possibly Sikes But it's JULIE!!! The seemingly innocent tortured soul nine year old girl was the killer! Ahhhhhhh!!!! (hide spoiler)]

    5. This book was so scary!!! I am glad I didn't have a copy with a cover like this one, because its a dead giveaway. It was pleasantly spine-tingling and kept me turning pages all the time. The mysterious little girl was terribly creepy, and the protagonist Dina's struggles with herself, her cancer, and the boy next door added a wonderful richness to the story. Probably junior high to early high school range, I would say--definitely a good leisure read.

    6. I will never fail to be amazed at the power of google to help me when I can't remember but a single detail of a book. I knew the main character had cancer and mentioned the name Sikes. All the other wispy images in my head weren't helpful enough to harness the power of the internets!

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