Hunt, Leo 13 Days of Midnight, 327 pages. Candlewick, 2015. $13. Mature Content: PG-13 (Devil as negotiator, demon handling); Violence: PG-13 (bloody); Language: PG (6 swears)
Luke’s famous ghost hunting father has died and left Luke his fortune. In order to claim it he has to accept an undisclosed challenge. A challenge that unfortunately means that Luke needs to figure out how to control a Host of evil spirits, because Luke is a necromancer just like his father was. Luckily a girl at his school can also sees the spirits - and definitely knows more about necromancy than Luke.
I will admit that I am not a fan of modern-set necromancy books. There is a lot of talk about the devil and evil spirits in this book that doesn’t set well with me on a personal level. I will admit that the book is fairly compelling and well written, so if you understand what you are getting subject-wise, then it might be worth buying.
HS - OPTIONAL.