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By Wendy Corsi Staub

Now that Calla has permitted her skill to speak with the opposite part, she’s eager to connect to the single spirit whose power she can’t appear to believe wherever: her overdue mom. As ominous supernatural symptoms indicate that the devastating loss would possibly not were an twist of fate, Calla units out to discover the reality, confident shadowy stranger may possibly carry the foremost. yet she will get greater than she bargained for whilst she stumbles throughout a stunning mystery approximately her mom’s past—one that may switch Calla’s personal destiny forever. 

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Then someone sneaks up and pushes me—her— down the—” A hard lump of grief clogging her throat, Calla can’t go on. She tries not to picture it all over again—from her mother’s viewpoint in the dream, or from her own, in the real-life aftermath. She, after all, was the one who found Stephanie Lauder Delaney on that nightmarish July afternoon, her broken corpse lying in a pool of blood at the bottom of the stairs. There was no manila envelope near her body. Calla would have seen it. ” “I have no idea,” she says, well aware that Lisa’s just trying to humor her, and wondering why she bothered to bring this up in the first place.

But all at once, Aiyana is gone, and Lisa is offering to help, and God knows she needs it. ” “Yeah . . ” Calla’s father, Jeff, is a physics professor on sabbatical at Shellborne College in California, and Lisa knows how overprotective he can be. Especially lately. “No, it’s just . . if you really will help me do this . . ” Lisa laughs nervously. ” “I know, I know, I’m sorry. I know it isn’t. And I want you to come down so I can help you. Just . . ” She’s freaked out, Calla realizes. She doesn’t want to get involved.

Around here, you really just never know. It took her a while to figure out that she herself might be . . gifted. Might be? Um, hello, you definitely have a sixth sense and you really need to get used to it. Yeah. Used to dreams that are more than just dreams. Used to knowing things she couldn’t possibly know and seeing things no one else can see. Like dead people. Because lately, she’s been . . seeing things. People. Out of the corner of her eye, mostly. She’ll think someone is there and turn her head just in time to catch a human figure before it disappears.

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