The Avenger - P.C. Cast Reviews
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Newest Review: ... I loved her interactions with the ghost Andred and the fact she thinks they're all a load of gossips and nags. I love the ... more
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by - written on 10/08/10, updated on 10/08/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Alex Patton tries to live as peaceful a life as she can, but it's difficult when there are all those dead people hanging around wanting to chat. Distancing herself away from everyone seems the best thing and stops the inevitable freak out when people realise she can speak to ghosts. But then Alex is called on a secret mission by the US military to travel back in time to Ancient Briton 60 AD where, finding herself caught up in Boudica's Celtic battle against the barbaric Romans, she faces danger, heartache and the most difficult decision of her life. I have to be honest here and say, I did have some misgivings when I started this book. I've not read much in the ... Read the complete review
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