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  1. says:

    Beyond is the second young adult book by a Canadian male author I’ve read in the last year first was The Repossession by Sam Hawksmoor they were both published by Hodder and they’re both original and refreshing I’m even picky and difficult with horror than I am with steampunk which is why I’m especially happy to report that

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    45 HEARTSBefore I discovered romance books I was into Horror and Paranormal books so reading this was a touch of nostalgia for me I believe in the afterlife I believe there's an in between world I also believe that souls get stuck in the in between world when they have unfinished business This book was about a soul that could not or did not feel worthy of going into the light because of horrific things that happened to him while

  3. says:

    So back when I was a sweet little tween I was easily freaked out by Fear Street books and the like especially the Cheerleader series CREEPED ME OUT I wouldn't go showering after games at the gym is noone was around any the girl dying

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    What if your shadow controlled you? What if your shadow tried to kill you? What if when you flatlined something came back to life with you? Not to mention what if you were a teenage girl in high school just trying to be normal and have a boyfriend like other girls?Beyond A Ghost Story deals with serious issues abuse kidnapping predators fram

  5. says:

    35 coffee cupsBeyond offers up a perfectly creepy ghost story with a twist that should delight young readers McNamee delivered a tale filled with creepy goodness involving a ghost and a killer This was a fast paced easy read and I was thoroughly entertainedThe tale begins when we meet Jane She has had several near death accidents and the most recent has her walking around with a nail in her head Her parents think she is accident prone ot

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    Rated 25 reallyExcerpt from my review originally published at Offbeat YA Pros Interesting premise Lead you can empathise with Peculiar sidekick Family plays a big roleCons Main characters lack depth Their friendship feels a bit unlikely Massive use of collouialinformal speech understood subjectWARNING Kid abuse is implied There's tension and

  7. says:

    Beyond A Ghost Story has in interesting premise and just enough creep factor to keep you on the edge of your seatSara she's called Jane in the blurb on the back of the book but Sara in the ARC is recovering from a near death experience She still has the nail from the nail gun in her head She was dead and brought back to life Unfortunately this seems to be a trend in Sara's life She drank drain cleaner grabbed a downed e

  8. says:

    WowI will run not walk to get the other books by Graham McNamee An intriguing concept a young girl who has a ne

  9. says:

    Seventeen year old best friends Jane and Lexi aren’t typical teenagers Known by their classmates as the Creep Sisters the

  10. says:

    Excellent book has a really powerful ending I cried because of it Would really recommend it

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Beyond author Graham McNamee

Gs happen and to overcome her shadow enemy Her sleuthing with Lexi connects her own horrors to the secret history of a serial killer. Seventeen year old best friends Jane and Lexi aren t typical teenagers Known by their classmates as the Creep Sisters they have a special freakishness in common but it s Jane who has the upper hand on the truly weird her shadow sometimes moves on its own dragging her towards dangerous situations Setting out to discover what this disturbing being wants from her Jane begins to uncover a story that links her ghostly influencer to a serial killer Written in present tense Beyond is a witty and inventive story for Young Adults that grabbed my attention from the first page An easy and engaging read the writing appears almost simplistic but is brilliantly crafted moving the action on unceasingly building tension gradually but with an underlying creepiness that takes us towards what could well be a terrifying conclusion Although there s no bad language as such this is not a book that avoids confrontation but while there are references to violence and abusive relationships Graham McNamee leaves the detail to our imaginations I really liked the characters especially Jane and thought the author had a good grasp of how a seventeen year old might feel in this situation A clever and imaginative book that ll please anyone who loves Stephen King and Anthony Horowitz The Homelanders (The Homelanders, read the writing appears almost simplistic but is brilliantly crafted moving the action on unceasingly building tension gradually but with an underlying creepiness that takes us towards what could well be a terrifying conclusion Although there s no bad language as such this is not a book that avoids confrontation but while there are Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. references to violence and abusive Burning Attraction relationships Graham McNamee leaves the detail to our imaginations I The Numbers Game really liked the characters especially Jane and thought the author had a good grasp of how a seventeen year old might feel in this situation A clever and imaginative book that ll please anyone who loves Stephen King and Anthony Horowitz

read & download Beyond author Graham McNamee

Jane is not your typical teen She and her best friend Lexi call themselves the Creep Sisters Only Lexi knows why Jane is different. So back when I was a sweet little tween I was easily freaked out by Fear Street books and the like especially the Cheerleader series CREEPED ME OUT I wouldn t go showering after games at the gym is noone was around any the girl dying because of boiling shower and steam still haunts me And though I don t really read or watch scary stuff much these days I figured this would get me back to those days in which I LOVED themUnfortunately it didn t uite work out that way for me You see the whole time I was reading it I felt like I should be scared of everything happening but I never really felt it myself Maybe it was because I never really connected to Jane and didn t feel the horror she must have been experiencing I didn t feel much of anything while reading this book except for a mild curiosity about how it would all endJane and Lexi seemed like a good team friendwise though I was kinda annoyed that they also seemed to be taking this whole Jane almost being killed by her shadow multiple times less seriously than I would have liked I mean I couldn t get over the fact that they waited till the fourth time before starting to investigate it Don t we have internet for this I get not wanting to tell her parents for fear they d lock her away but not even wondering who or what was doing that to her seemed sorta naive Especially after the last nail in head incident And I kinda wanted to shake Jane right before the big moment in which you can see from miles away SOMETHING BAD is going to happen I mean seriously That was SO predictable And the whole unraveling of the who what and where of things was a bit too convenient for me I did think that the ghost part of the who and why of it was pretty interesting and I just wish I had felt involved with the story I think the main reason why I finished it was that it was a uick read and I knew it wouldn t take hours of my life to stick with it It wasn t badly written for me there just wasn t a connection and because of that no sense of fear which is kinda what you need for a book that s supposed to be creepy I m assuming things here I could be wrong My rating 2 stars

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From anyone else Her own shadow seems to pull her into near fatal accidents Jane is determined to find out why these terrifying thin. 35 coffee cupsBeyond offers up a perfectly creepy ghost story with a twist that should delight young readers McNamee delivered a tale filled with creepy goodness involving a ghost and a killer This was a fast paced easy read and I was thoroughly entertainedThe tale begins when we meet Jane She has had several near death accidents and the most recent has her walking around with a nail in her head Her parents think she is accident prone others think she is suicidal but Jane knows the truth Jane lives with her doting parents Her Mom owns a Flower shop and her Dad is the local sheriff They call Jane their miracle baby because Jane wasn t breathing at birth Since then there have been dozens of accident Jane s parents worry about her and encourage her to be safe but they don t know that Jane s own shadow is trying to kill her The tale that unfolds is suspenseful as Jane and Lexi try to stop her shadow and maybe even a killerJane and Lexi refer to themselves as the Creep Sisters Due to all of her strange near death situations kids at school tend to stare at gossip about or ignore Jane She sleepwalks cannot drive and begins having nightmares that become day mares She has a love interest and it is delightfully sweet Lexi is her outspoken confident friend who dresses like the grim reaper s daughter She loves her camera and film I liked her uirky humorous attitude and would have loved her as a friend She is the perfect friend for Jane and the two had me laughing I loved that the parents were involved in Jane s life although she never confided in them about her shadow The shadow and an unearthed body made the tale creepy and suspensefulMcNamee wove a suspenseful ghost story and I liked the twists he brought to it I won t spoil anything but the shadow and the how and why was cool I also liked the secondary plot and how it all tied together The ending scenes were climatic followed by some closure This book is the perfect introduction to horror for young readers I thought the tale was well paced and clever It is relatively short in length The hardcover addition is roughly 226 pages but it offered up some creepy suspense perfect for the fall spooky seasonBeyond is perfect for young readers in search of a creepy ghost story I enjoyed McNamee s writing style and look forward to checking out some of his other worksI want to thank Random house for providing this finished copy in exchange for my unbiased review Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer

  • Paperback
  • 240
  • Beyond author Graham McNamee
  • Graham McNamee
  • English
  • 09 December 2018
  • 9780375851650

About the Author: Graham McNamee

Graham McNamee Male Caucasian 5'10 Brown hair Brown eyes Do not approach Extremely shy Author of HATE YOU NOTHING WRONG WITH A THREE LEGGED DOG SPARKS and ACCELERATION HATE YOU was an ALA Best Book for young Adults and an ALA uick Pick won the Austrian Children's Book Award and was nominated for the Governor General's Award SPARKS won the PENPhyllis Naylor Working Writer Fellows