Sunday, February 3, 2008

Gallows Hill by Lois Duncan

Sarah and her mom move to a small Midwest community, so her mom can be close to the married man she wants to marry--when his divorce is final.

Sarah has her own problems to worry about--she's an outcast at school for being from California, liking New Age music, and speaking her mind.

She is asked to be the fortune teller at the Senior Carnival, but little does she realize she'll open herself to psychic abilities that leave her questioning strange possibilities and her neck in a noose.

This book is full of karma, reincarnation, and the Salem witch trials. I love Lois Duncan--she manages to weave a story along with terror and drama.

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