Title: Seer: The Ghosts of Gray Fable
Author: Eli Bloom
Publisher: Kwill Books
Release Date: August 8, 2016
Buy Link: Amazon
Fifteen-year-old Grace “Gray” Fable can speak to the dead. When her dad moves from Los Angeles to be with his mysterious girlfriend, Gray must attend notorious Willowbrook High School, the scene of a mass shooting five years earlier. When she meets the ghosts of those who died that tragic day – including the school shooter himself – she must uncover a dark secret to lay the victims to rest, and find peace for their families before it’s too late to stop another tragedy.
I don’t tend to read the paranormal genre much,however the summary of this book sounded interesting. I’m happy to say this book did not disappoint. It’s a great book that really gets you thinking if you are into the paranormal and open minded to the idea of the spirits of those that moved on.
We have all heard of different mass shootings in schools unfortunately. I never really stopped to think about the victims. Do their souls move on? Are they stuck there forever? We also tend to forget the victims names but always remember the person that committed the crime. This has to change. The victims are innocent they did nothing wrong. They should be remembered and honored by more than just their friends/family.
I wonder if places where a mass shooting has happened, is there paranormal activity in those places? Are they “Haunted” by those that died that can’t move on?
This book would make a great book club book to read and discuss with open minded people.
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