Kat didnt believe in ghostsuntil she became a teenage ghostbuster When Kat Sinclairs dad tells her his new job hosting the ghost hunting TV show Passport to Paranormal means theyll be living on the road and visiting the worlds most haunted places, Kat packs her bags without a second thought But her new life as a ghostbuster isnt as cool as Kat expected The cast and crew dont always get along, the producers annoying nephew has unexpectedly shown up, and Kat thinks the showand her dadmight be cursed Kat decides to start writing a blog with a behind the scenes look at the creepiest show on TV But she soon discovers that going behind the scenes may just reveal than she really wants to know.From the Hardcover edition....
|Title||:||Dead Air #1 (The Kat Sinclair Files)|
|Publisher||:||Grosset Reprint edition September 6, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||248 pages|
|File Size||:||585 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Dead Air #1 (The Kat Sinclair Files) Reviews
I really enjoyed this book and the writing. Yes it has ghost hunting, misunderstandings, and adventures but the thing this story does best of all is relationships. All of the character relationships are complicated and fun to read and experience. Every character is enjoyable and the end may shock you more than thought.
daughter loved it
Students enjoy this genre.
"Dead Air" is a book not only for middle grader, it's just as good a read for any older. It's funny, full of surprises and suspense. And don't forget the ghosts! Not too scary, but just the right amount of wonder if there might be ghosts trying to get in contact. The characters are likable, not without problems, just ordinary people. The story line is easy to follow and I didn't want to put the book down. This is a book for everyone. You can read it to someone, give it away as a gift or read it yourself. Those are the books I like, when everyone in the family can read it and talk about it. Can't wait what's in store for Kat in the next book.
This was a fun story! Kat's dad gets a job as a ghost hunter, and Kat begins blogging on the experience of being on location and tracking down ghosts. Things happen where we're not sure if someone is playing a prank, or if ghosts really are trying to get in touch? I enjoyed the characters, and the story moved along quickly. It was a quick read, and recommended for upper elementary aged kids.