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Review: ‘Spirits Rising’ by Krista D. Ball

Review: ‘Spirits Rising’ by Krista D. Ball

Spirits Rising

by Krista D. Ball
Series: Spirit Caller #1
Published by Amazon Digital Services on January 3, 2012
Genres: Urban Fantasy
Pages: 80
Format: eBook
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three-stars

Rachel Mills has one wish in life: for the spirit world to shut up and leave her alone. She thought her move to a remote fishing village in Northern Newfoundland would help.
Population: Twenty. What could go wrong?
Instead of peace, however, she relocates to a land of superstitution, the air alive with the presence of others.
When a local teenager accidentally summons the spirits of the area, including those from a thousand-year-old Viking settlement, all supernatural breaks loose. As the spirits stalk her and each other, Rachel finds herself in over her head. With the help of Mrs. Saunders, her 93-year-old neighbour, Rachel has to put aside her own prejudices long enough to send the spirits back to rest, or risk being caught in the midst of a spirit war.

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