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'Beastly Bones' And 'Ghostly Echoes': Logan Reviews

Nov 1, 2016

This is Logan, here to tell you about Beastly Bones and Ghostly Echoes, the second and third books in the Jackaby series. Both books are by William Ritter.

Beastly Bones is the second book, while Ghostly Echoes is the third. Both are the same genre as Jackaby, which is mystery/horror.

Beastly Bones is an amazing book that really captured my attention as I read. This book was very interesting, and I couldn’t put it down once I started reading it. In the beginning, Abigail and Jackaby have to deal with kittens that are actually things called chameleomorphs. In the middle, they have to deal with a chameleomorph that turned into a dragon.

Ghostly Echoes is also a good book, and I loved it. In this book, Abigail and Jackaby receive a call for help from a friend, Jenny Cavanaugh. Then they have to deal with a vampire that is on a killing spree. These sequels are good, and I think anyone interested should read them. I would recommend them for fourth grade and up.

This has been Logan, with a joint review of Beastly Bones and Ghostly Echoes by William Ritter. Thanks for listening!

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Logan H. Wilson
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Logan H. Wilson is a 10-year-old boy from Missoula, Montana. He loves reading, of course, and is rarely seen without a book. His favorite authors include J.K. Rowling, Tolkien, Brian Jacques, and Christopher Paolini. The Eragon books are one of his favorite series. In addition to reading, he is a serious rock hound who likes looking for crystals and collecting interesting rocks.  He is also interested in art and chemistry. When he grows up, he wants to be an inorganic chemist who reviews books in his spare time.