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While staying in a haunted Colorado hotel for her father's ghost-hunting television series, Karma Moon must battle her anxiety, interpret the signs of the universe, and get footage of a real ghost--you know, the usual. Karma Moon is a firm believer in everything woo-woo, as her dad calls it. So when she asked her trusty Magic Eight Ball if the call asking her dad to create While staying in a haunted Colorado hotel for her father's ghost-hunting television series, Karma Moon must battle her anxiety, interpret the signs of the universe, and get footage of a real ghost--you know, the usual. Karma Moon is a firm believer in everything woo-woo, as her dad calls it. So when she asked her trusty Magic Eight Ball if the call asking her dad to create a ghost-hunting docuseries was her dad's big break, it delivered: No doubt about it. Because the universe never gets it wrong. Only people do. Karma and her best friend, Mags, join her dad's Totally Rad film crew at a famous haunted hotel in Colorado over her spring break. Their mission: find a ghost and get it on camera. If they succeed, the show will be a hit, they can pay rent on time, and just maybe, her mom will come back. Unfortunately, staying at a haunted hotel isn't a walk in the park for someone with a big case of the what-ifs. But her dad made Karma the head of research for the docuseries, so she, Mags, and a mysterious local boy named Nyx must investigate every strange happening in the historically creepy Stanley Hotel. Karma hopes that her what-ifs don't make her give up the ghost before they can find a starring spirit to help their show go viral--and possibly even get them a season two. With Melissa Savage's quirky cast of characters and spooky setting underlaid by a touching and relatable struggle against anxiety and grief over her fractured family, Karma Moon--Ghosthunter is bound to charm and delight.


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While staying in a haunted Colorado hotel for her father's ghost-hunting television series, Karma Moon must battle her anxiety, interpret the signs of the universe, and get footage of a real ghost--you know, the usual. Karma Moon is a firm believer in everything woo-woo, as her dad calls it. So when she asked her trusty Magic Eight Ball if the call asking her dad to create While staying in a haunted Colorado hotel for her father's ghost-hunting television series, Karma Moon must battle her anxiety, interpret the signs of the universe, and get footage of a real ghost--you know, the usual. Karma Moon is a firm believer in everything woo-woo, as her dad calls it. So when she asked her trusty Magic Eight Ball if the call asking her dad to create a ghost-hunting docuseries was her dad's big break, it delivered: No doubt about it. Because the universe never gets it wrong. Only people do. Karma and her best friend, Mags, join her dad's Totally Rad film crew at a famous haunted hotel in Colorado over her spring break. Their mission: find a ghost and get it on camera. If they succeed, the show will be a hit, they can pay rent on time, and just maybe, her mom will come back. Unfortunately, staying at a haunted hotel isn't a walk in the park for someone with a big case of the what-ifs. But her dad made Karma the head of research for the docuseries, so she, Mags, and a mysterious local boy named Nyx must investigate every strange happening in the historically creepy Stanley Hotel. Karma hopes that her what-ifs don't make her give up the ghost before they can find a starring spirit to help their show go viral--and possibly even get them a season two. With Melissa Savage's quirky cast of characters and spooky setting underlaid by a touching and relatable struggle against anxiety and grief over her fractured family, Karma Moon--Ghosthunter is bound to charm and delight.

53 review for Karma Moon: Ghost Hunter

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joanna Bennett

    Thank you to the publisher and netgalley for an earc to read in exchange for a review! Every once and awhile, I love a good Middle Grade especially when it is on the spookier side. I may be an adult but I am a straight up chicken and sometimes even Middle Grade can be too much! (I’m looking at you Small Spaces!) When it came to scare factor, I wasn’t sure how spooky this would be but I wanted to give it a try. It’s definitely not on the same playing field as some other paranormal reads like the on Thank you to the publisher and netgalley for an earc to read in exchange for a review! Every once and awhile, I love a good Middle Grade especially when it is on the spookier side. I may be an adult but I am a straight up chicken and sometimes even Middle Grade can be too much! (I’m looking at you Small Spaces!) When it came to scare factor, I wasn’t sure how spooky this would be but I wanted to give it a try. It’s definitely not on the same playing field as some other paranormal reads like the one mentioned above or City of Ghosts. It is on a lighter note but still has elements, like Ouija boards, to give those shock factors. I think what helps bring this to a lower digit on the scare factor is that the characters all have their quirks. They were fun to read about but also left you questioning each person because the hotel does have a lot of workers who seem quite suspicious! The main character, Karma, is twelve and helps her dad with his production company. She is dealing with a lot behind the scenes when it comes to her family because her mom up and left one day. She feels like her dad may do the same. It is a tough subject but I think it is one done well especially for the age range of the book. I also liked seeing a character that is young deal with constantly being worried about everything and what she does to deal with it, like asking a magic 8-ball and seeing a therapist. It’s good to see talks about mental health being done for the Middle Grade range. Karma also has a trusty sidekick who is an overly large pug named Alfred Hitchcock. She also has a best friend who comes with her for this adventure. Since the setting has to do with the Stanley Hotel, there is mentions of Stephen King, The Poltergeist, and even The Shining. Most of the references probably wouldn’t be understood by the intended age range but who knows. There may be kids who are into that spooky stuff. There are other references that are more age friendly like Minecraft and Scooby-Doo. There are also historical references to Harry Houdini and his wife and of course I had to google about it to actually check and sure enough, some of it was actually true. It’s fun to see things from the past be written into books and it always piques my interest. Overall, this was a fun, just a bit spooky read that I think readers of all ages will like. I am hoping there will be another book with these characters because I am hooked!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

    Karma Moon is a bit of a reluctant ghost hunter. When Karma's dad and his friends get hired by Netflix to film at the Stanley Hotel (yes THAT Stanley Hotel), Karma absolutely does not want to go. Her dad might not believe in "woo" but she definitely does, and the idea of filming a ghost hunting docuseries is not on Karma's list of things she plans to do. But, after a bit of prodding, and a promise that her best friend can join them, Karma reluctantly agrees to help on the ghost hunting mission. Karma Moon is a bit of a reluctant ghost hunter. When Karma's dad and his friends get hired by Netflix to film at the Stanley Hotel (yes THAT Stanley Hotel), Karma absolutely does not want to go. Her dad might not believe in "woo" but she definitely does, and the idea of filming a ghost hunting docuseries is not on Karma's list of things she plans to do. But, after a bit of prodding, and a promise that her best friend can join them, Karma reluctantly agrees to help on the ghost hunting mission. This book is amazing! So much more than a ghost hunting adventure. Karma speaks openly about her worries, concerns, and fears, and more than that she speaks openly about seeing a therapist for them. So much of the story is centered on Karma's anxiety and how she uses coping mechanisms to get through the day. Savage provides an expertly crafted portrayal of anxiety and trauma and how one event can send shattering repercussions through a child's life. There were a few times in the book I so badly wanted Karma to voice her concerns and to understand that the things that parents do are not a reflection on their children. This book is perfectly spooky for young readers, with tons of fun, and bits of real-life issues realistically handled throughout. 5/5 Stars Thank you to NetGalley, Random House Children's, and Crown Books for Young Readers for providing me with an e-arc of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Conner Horak

    Melissa Savage is a national treasure. In her newest book, she pays homage to Scooby Doo, Clue, and all things creepy. I felt like I was ten years old again reading a ghost story under the covers with a flashlight way past my bedtime. It's also a story about true friendship between two girls who couldn't be more different, a father/ daughter relationship after the mother decides to live a new life without them, and how to cope with anxiety. There's as much heart in this book as there is thrills, Melissa Savage is a national treasure. In her newest book, she pays homage to Scooby Doo, Clue, and all things creepy. I felt like I was ten years old again reading a ghost story under the covers with a flashlight way past my bedtime. It's also a story about true friendship between two girls who couldn't be more different, a father/ daughter relationship after the mother decides to live a new life without them, and how to cope with anxiety. There's as much heart in this book as there is thrills, chills, and giggles. You'll also be booking your trip to (the entirely real) Stanley Hotel in Estes, Colorado which the book depicts with 100% accuracy. This book will do to children what "The Shinning" did for their parents... inspire their love of literature and spark the imagination. It saves the soul-sucking horror for when they're older, though. Savage delivers a page-turner without the nightmares King is so fond of. I can't recommend "Karma Moon" enough.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Becca_bookworm

    I loved the Scooby Doo references that is my all time favorite childhood cartoon. The way anxiety was broken down and described by Karma was an eye opener. The bond between her dad and best friend was touching to read. It was a great book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ms. Yingling

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Karma and her father are on their own after her mother runs off with five suitcases to live life on a beach with a new friend. Karma's father makes documentaries with two of his friends, who form Totally Rad Productions. They have made a pitch to Netflix about a ghost hunting show that gets picked up, and before they know it, Karma is staying at a haunted hotel in Colorado with her dad's film crew and her best friend, Mags. The hotel seems safe enough, but Karma h E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Karma and her father are on their own after her mother runs off with five suitcases to live life on a beach with a new friend. Karma's father makes documentaries with two of his friends, who form Totally Rad Productions. They have made a pitch to Netflix about a ghost hunting show that gets picked up, and before they know it, Karma is staying at a haunted hotel in Colorado with her dad's film crew and her best friend, Mags. The hotel seems safe enough, but Karma has struggled with anxiety since her mother's departure, and the "what ifs" swirl in her brain. She carries a Magic 8 ball with her and believes strongly in what her father calls "woo-woo". On the upside, she has been seeing Dr. Finkleman, who has given her coping techniques to deal with her anxiety. The hotel has a colorful staff, including a boy whom Mags likes, a gift shop proprietor who has been there since 1972, a cleaning person named Ruby Red, and a progression of managers, who all seem to depart in dramatic ways. After the departure of the latest (Mr. Plum, who left in an Uber... while clad only in his underwear!), the film crew, along with a certified ghost expert, try to document the hauntings in order to make the show. Will Karma be able to get through the time while managing her anxiety, dealing with the thoughts about her mother, and hanging out with the interesting Nyx? Strengths: This is on trend with current depiction of children with anxiety, and I did like that Karma saw Dr. Finkleman frequently, had a range of coping strategies, and her friend Mags not only knew about this, but often reminded Karma to call upon those strategies. Probably also a good idea that Karma shouldn't watch Dateline OR Scooby-Doo! Living in a hotel for ten days would be a lot of fun, and filming a documentary for Netflix only adds to the excitement. This had much the same kind of feel of Bradley's Midnight at the Barclay Hotel, Guterson's Winterhouse, or even Milford's Greenglass House. Weaknesses: I wasn't a huge fan of all the quirky hotel staff. What I really think: This was a fun ghost story that wasn't too scary, and would be great for grades 3-6. My own students have proven to be much more interested in truly scary things, so I wished this had been a bit scarier, like Poblocki's The Ghost Hunter's Daughter or even Currie's Scritch Scratch. For the type of hotel book my students like, look no further than Balog's Alone.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jocelyn

    Sometimes the twists life throws at you make you stronger. They teach you who you truly are and what (who) is most important to you. And sometimes they also makes you really good at hunting ghosts. Karma Moon is a 12-year-old compulsive worrier and believer in all things "woo woo". She lives in the West Village with her dad and helps him with his documentary company when she's not hanging out with her best friend Mags. She also regularly sees her therapist, because ever since her mom left, Karma Sometimes the twists life throws at you make you stronger. They teach you who you truly are and what (who) is most important to you. And sometimes they also makes you really good at hunting ghosts. Karma Moon is a 12-year-old compulsive worrier and believer in all things "woo woo". She lives in the West Village with her dad and helps him with his documentary company when she's not hanging out with her best friend Mags. She also regularly sees her therapist, because ever since her mom left, Karma's worries have been debilitating. But when her dad gets a call from Netflix about filming a ghost hunting documentary at a famous hotel in Colorado, she just knows everything is going to change for the better! With Mag by her side, Karma tries to help her dad with this life-changing opportunity. They only problem? The ghosts don't seem to want to cooperate. Can Karma, Mags, and their new (super cute) friend Nyx uncover the mysteries of the haunted hotel, save Karma's dad from bankruptcy, and even maybe get Karma's mom to come home finally? Karma soon learns that having the right people in your life means everything, and the ones who are gone are gone for a reason. And you know what? That's ok. This book is fun and cute, but it's also very emotional. It tackles the pain and confusion of parental separation and abandonment, but also illustrates the power of family (both biological and chosen). The ghost story, which is genuinely creepy at times, is a fun mystery with several twists. But the main meat of Karma Moon--Ghost Hunter is Karma's relationships with the people around her and herself. She experiences growth, grief, and joy, and her by the end of the book she is a different girl. This book is perfect for young readers who enjoy Harriet the Spy, Scooby Doo, and the idea of watching classic horror movies they're still a bit too young for!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Rae

    4.5 star! In this phenomenal middle grade novel we follow Karma Moon and her adventurous group. Living with her dad in West Village, Karma is full of what if’s and moo goo from her favorite Chinese place. Her dad has a movie production “company” and one day they get a call from Netflix asking to shoot a docu-series for them. The series however is to find ghosts in the infamous Stanley Hotel! Full of twists and turns, Karma, her friend Mags, and her dog Alfred Hitchcock must find and capture foot 4.5 star! In this phenomenal middle grade novel we follow Karma Moon and her adventurous group. Living with her dad in West Village, Karma is full of what if’s and moo goo from her favorite Chinese place. Her dad has a movie production “company” and one day they get a call from Netflix asking to shoot a docu-series for them. The series however is to find ghosts in the infamous Stanley Hotel! Full of twists and turns, Karma, her friend Mags, and her dog Alfred Hitchcock must find and capture footage of these ghosts. I enjoyed this story so much. Karma was such an amazing character. I enjoyed how spooked she was about everything because that would be how I would react. I think this is a great middle grade for readers. It was spooky, adventurous, talked about real things young kids could be going through in their personal life. The ONLY thing I was not in love with was the pop culture references. The horror movie and Stephen king reference were find because it went with the story. But off the top of my head, towards the end there were talks about The Avengers Endgame and I feel like in 3-4 plus years that will not be something young readers can recall or maybe care about, I might be wrong, but it was something the book could be without.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Bush

    This was a super cute, quick read, and I loved all of Karmas doodles that are sprinkled throughout the pages. Karma has some bad anxiety which she calls the what-ifs.. and I really connected to that, especially when I was younger. I love how everyone just excepts that this is who Karma is, and they don't try and change her, they just let her be who she is. Karma and her best friend Mags travel with Karmas dad, and his production company to do a netflix documentary on the Stanley Hotel. I really This was a super cute, quick read, and I loved all of Karmas doodles that are sprinkled throughout the pages. Karma has some bad anxiety which she calls the what-ifs.. and I really connected to that, especially when I was younger. I love how everyone just excepts that this is who Karma is, and they don't try and change her, they just let her be who she is. Karma and her best friend Mags travel with Karmas dad, and his production company to do a netflix documentary on the Stanley Hotel. I really enjoyed Karmas and Mags friendship, and how they are with each other. One of my favorite things is when they are arguing about what lives in the void from the movie Poltergeist. Karma really thinks is pink Jello, and Mags thinks its ghost guts.. Karma is head of research for her dads company so her and Mags start asking questions and investigating. They come across some things that seem like a real haunting, but also some things that are phony baloney. I think the only thing I would have like more of, was for it to be spookier/ more scary moments with the ghosts. Even without the added scare I did really enjoy reading this, and would read more of Karma Moon and Totally Rad Productions filming more haunted things.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Dang

    Karma Moon is going ghost hunting! Karma Moon and her dad are given the opportunity to create a ghost-hunting docu-series for Netflix, one they can’t refuse. So along with her dad’s film crew and her best friend Mags, Karma is off to a famous haunted house in Colorado on the hunt for a ghost! Things get off to a strange start and Karma finds herself wondering what is happening at this haunted house! Throw in some fortune telling, a magic 8 ball, and a cute boy who wants to be an illusionist, and Karma Moon is going ghost hunting! Karma Moon and her dad are given the opportunity to create a ghost-hunting docu-series for Netflix, one they can’t refuse. So along with her dad’s film crew and her best friend Mags, Karma is off to a famous haunted house in Colorado on the hunt for a ghost! Things get off to a strange start and Karma finds herself wondering what is happening at this haunted house! Throw in some fortune telling, a magic 8 ball, and a cute boy who wants to be an illusionist, and what we have is a fun ghost hunting story. Karma moon definitely has anxiety, where she finds herself constantly asking “what ifs” and worrying and panicking to the point where she can’t breathe. She’s dealing with her parents divorce and if her dad’s company cant capture a ghost, they might not get the series and they might not be able to make rent. Karma is dealing with a lot of heavy issues on top of her anxiety, but she is constantly trying her best and working on fun investigative work. The story was a fun read and I would definitely recommend it! *Thanks Netgalley and Random House Children's for sending me an arc in exchange for an honest review*

  10. 4 out of 5

    Colt

    Karma Moon was a great read! I enjoyed the story very much, and the narrative in Karma's head is engaging - it starts out amusing as you see how anxiety has arranged her thoughts, but slowly becomes sympathizing as you see WHY her anxiety is so powerful. I feel Karma Moon is a great book choice especially for kids going through a turbulent divorce to see that they're not alone in how they feel and how they can take control back. It also normalizes kids seeing a therapist for their problems. And t Karma Moon was a great read! I enjoyed the story very much, and the narrative in Karma's head is engaging - it starts out amusing as you see how anxiety has arranged her thoughts, but slowly becomes sympathizing as you see WHY her anxiety is so powerful. I feel Karma Moon is a great book choice especially for kids going through a turbulent divorce to see that they're not alone in how they feel and how they can take control back. It also normalizes kids seeing a therapist for their problems. And that's not even touching on the story element of ghosts! Karma's approach to ghost sightings and huntings is very reminiscent of 90s kid films where the adults are all bumbling background characters while the kids Get Stuff Done, but slightly more useful. Great read for those ghost hunters and lovers out there without being scary or a horror story. While Karma is anxious and afraid, she steps up and takes control.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nichole

    Karma and her father have been waiting for their big break. According to the magic eight ball, it will happen. When Karma answers the phone for Totally Rad Productions and Netflix is on the line, she knows it has finally happened. Netflix wants them to investigate a haunted hotel and get footage of the ghosts. Hopefully they will succeed and make it big because then maybe Karma's mom will want to come back home. I loved the spooky atmosphere, but I found the rest to be just ok. The writing was fine Karma and her father have been waiting for their big break. According to the magic eight ball, it will happen. When Karma answers the phone for Totally Rad Productions and Netflix is on the line, she knows it has finally happened. Netflix wants them to investigate a haunted hotel and get footage of the ghosts. Hopefully they will succeed and make it big because then maybe Karma's mom will want to come back home. I loved the spooky atmosphere, but I found the rest to be just ok. The writing was fine, I just wasn't blown away. I received a copy from Net Galley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    3.5 stars Karma Moon, her dad and best friend head to the Stanley Hotel to catch a ghost on film for a Netflix series. Karma worries that if they don’t her father won’t be able to stay in their apartment. Karma struggles with anxiety since her mother left. She relies on her best friend Mags, the strategies her therapist gave her and her Magic 8 ball to cope. This was a good not so scary ghost story for middle grades. I would have liked to see a little more spooky and action in the book. Thank you 3.5 stars Karma Moon, her dad and best friend head to the Stanley Hotel to catch a ghost on film for a Netflix series. Karma worries that if they don’t her father won’t be able to stay in their apartment. Karma struggles with anxiety since her mother left. She relies on her best friend Mags, the strategies her therapist gave her and her Magic 8 ball to cope. This was a good not so scary ghost story for middle grades. I would have liked to see a little more spooky and action in the book. Thank you to NetGalley for this arc

  13. 5 out of 5

    Breana

    In the past year or so, I’ve read a number of middle grade ghost stories—everything from The Forgotten Girl by India Hill Bown to Ghost Squad by Clairbel A. Ortega. So, I was more than thrilled to get an ARC of Karma Moon: Ghost Hunter. This one turned out to be just okay. It was less of a ghost story and more about the characters—which gave it a more contemporary feel—and the paranormal aspects were kind of sparse and didn’t happen until much later. The book spent a lot of time on movie referenc In the past year or so, I’ve read a number of middle grade ghost stories—everything from The Forgotten Girl by India Hill Bown to Ghost Squad by Clairbel A. Ortega. So, I was more than thrilled to get an ARC of Karma Moon: Ghost Hunter. This one turned out to be just okay. It was less of a ghost story and more about the characters—which gave it a more contemporary feel—and the paranormal aspects were kind of sparse and didn’t happen until much later. The book spent a lot of time on movie references rather than building up its own ghostly-lore and spooky atmosphere. Even the subjects of the ghost hunt took a backseat to the analysis of movies like Poltergeist and The Shining. The last one I kind of get, since the setting of this book was the Stanley Hotel, which is the same one from the Shining. However, there were some interesting ideas here, and I wish they had taken up a little more of the focus in the story. Where Karma Moon: Ghost Hunter excelled was in its messaging. A lot of the story dealt with an absent parent and how it directly affected Karma, who was twelve. I did like how the author chose to handle the main character—i.e. the detail about her therapy sessions just being a part of her life. That was great. It was excellent. Savage nailed it. Overall, Karma Moon: Ghost Hunter was fine. If you go in expecting a story that shines a light on its characters—rather than ghosts and other paranormal happenings—you’ll like this one a lot. I also think the book’s target audience would enjoy this one, particularly for readers who don’t like a lot of scary occurrences. So I do recommend it. Disclaimer: this copy of the book for this review was provided by the publisher (Crown Books For Young Reads) via Netgalley, thank you! This review is also posted on my blog, Our Thoughts Precisely

  14. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    Karma Moon's life changes with one phone call. A phone call from Netflix. For 11 days, her dad's team of ghost hunters will explore the Stanley Hotel (yep, that one!) and if they capture actual paranormal evidence, there will be a docuseries with their name written all over it. While I don't see this one appearing on end year end round ups or Best Of lists, it was an entertaining, quick read! There are loads of references for adults (The Shining/Stephen King, obvs; Poltergeist, Harry Houdini) and Karma Moon's life changes with one phone call. A phone call from Netflix. For 11 days, her dad's team of ghost hunters will explore the Stanley Hotel (yep, that one!) and if they capture actual paranormal evidence, there will be a docuseries with their name written all over it. While I don't see this one appearing on end year end round ups or Best Of lists, it was an entertaining, quick read! There are loads of references for adults (The Shining/Stephen King, obvs; Poltergeist, Harry Houdini) and kids (Scooby Doo, the Jo Bros), but also had moments of seriousness. Karma's mom recently packed 5 suitcases and took off to spend the rest of her life on a beach with her new boyfriend, leaving Karma and her dad behind. For the mini-review and more, head over to The Pretty Good Gatsby!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    3 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  16. 4 out of 5

    frankie

    Such a great, fast paced, easy to follow along book! I really really felt like I was truly able to connect with a character for once in my life, karma moon vallenari is my spirit guide!!!! Love love loved this book and the vocabulary is not too easy but not too hard, will definitely teach kids new words, again a great book and hope to have a "season 2" Such a great, fast paced, easy to follow along book! I really really felt like I was truly able to connect with a character for once in my life, karma moon vallenari is my spirit guide!!!! Love love loved this book and the vocabulary is not too easy but not too hard, will definitely teach kids new words, again a great book and hope to have a "season 2"

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay Crawford

    Karma Moon, her father, her best friend, and her dog Alfred Hitchcock pack up and head to a haunted hotel to make a documentary series for Netflix. The Netflix deal has 1 catch: get a ghost on film or no deal. There's definitely something spooky going on at the Stanley, but Karma also has to deal with her crushing anxiety and grief over her absent mother. Readers will love Karma, her obsession with all things "woo-woo", and the colorful characters at the Stanley Hotel. A great recommendation for Karma Moon, her father, her best friend, and her dog Alfred Hitchcock pack up and head to a haunted hotel to make a documentary series for Netflix. The Netflix deal has 1 catch: get a ghost on film or no deal. There's definitely something spooky going on at the Stanley, but Karma also has to deal with her crushing anxiety and grief over her absent mother. Readers will love Karma, her obsession with all things "woo-woo", and the colorful characters at the Stanley Hotel. A great recommendation for kids who want spooky, but not scary reads. This book had just as much of the superstition/pseudoscience angle as Nessie Quest, which I read earlier this year, but with even more heart! Also Nyx's real name made me laugh out loud

  18. 5 out of 5

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