Thursday, January 20, 2022

Book Review | The Ghost of Midnight Lake by Lucy Strange

The Ghost of Midnight Lake is a middle grade horror-adjacent mystery novel by Lucy Strange.

The Ghost of Midnight Lake by Lucy Strange

From award winning author Lucy Strange comes a thrilling ghost story about a strong willed heroine who will follow even the most restless spirit in order to untangles the dark mystery of her own past.

It's 1899. The Earl of Gosswater has died, and twelve-year-old Agatha has been cast out of her ancestral home - the only home she has ever known - by her cruel cousin, Clarence. In a tiny tumbledown cottage, she struggles to adjust to her new life and the stranger who claims to be her real father. While adjusting to her new fate, she learns that the shores of Gosswater lake are haunted, and soon comes face to face with the spirit of another young girl who's soul will not rest. Could the ghost of Gosswater hold the key to Aggie's true identity?
I'm pretty sure I read The Ghost of Midnight Lake just because of that cover! Thankfully The Ghost of Midnight Lake was so much deeper than my reason for picking it up in the first place.⁠

Despite having such a lovely print copy, I decided to listen to this one on audio. It's narrated by the author, and I think this added an additional layer to an already wonderful book.

The Ghost of Midnight Lake opens up with Agatha finding out her parents who have passed away are not her biological parents, and she must uproot and go live with her "real father".

The Ghost of Midnight Lake is full of mystery, friendship, family, and villians.

This is the first book by Lucy Strange that I've read. I realized after finishing this that she's the same author who just released Sisters of the Lost Marsh as well. I look forward to reading more by Strange in the future.

⭐⭐⭐⭐★
4/5 stars

Jennifer

Subscribe: rss Follow: twitter goodreads Contact: email

6 comments:

  1. I really like the cover as well. While it's not my typical read I think it sounds really good!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Nice review. I'm always tempted by covers also, and this is a gorgeous one!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I can see why you loved the cover, it's great.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I was just sharing your revie with my daughter and she says it sounds really interesting. :-) Maybe this means I can talk her into reading it with me.

    ReplyDelete
  5. One way to enjoy romance is to read romance novels. Such novels, when shared by lovers bring them closer and give a new perspective to their relationship. Tipnovel.com

    ReplyDelete
  6. Such an informative post. Keep up the good work. Also look at this New Driveways Lake District. Thank you.

    ReplyDelete

Follow Me on Twitter! RSS Feed Email Me! Friend Me on Goodreads! Follow Me on Instagram!

 
Powered by Blogger