The Ghosts of Ashbury High

The Ghosts of Ashbury High
Jaclyn Moriarty

Parting is such sweet sorrow...

Parting is such sweet sorrow…

Quick Stats:

Page Count: 345
Age Range: 12 and up
Year: 2010
Genre: Realistic
Series: 4th of 4

In the final installment of The Ashbury-Brookfield books, the author tells the story of some familar characters’ and some new characters’ last year in high school through their exam essays and blogs. Em Thompson becomes obsessed with the new kids at school and the ghost in the Art rooms, focusing her final year on these two subjects. The new kids and Em’s friends all have skeletons and ghosts in their closets that they have to face before they can graduate. Each of these stories is interconnected and told from many different points of view.

The themes in this book are more mature than the previous three books. It’s still incredibly funny and intelligent. I didn’t want it to end and it left me wanting to know more about what would happen and the characters.

-Emily T.

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Filed under Age Range: 12 and up, Author: Jaclyn Moriarty, Genre: Realistic, Page Count: 300-400, Part of a Series, Year: 2010s

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