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Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite
Incidents at Moore Field School by Liam Moiser is the second part of the Moore Field School series, and picks up a few weeks after Moore Field School and the Mystery left off. Samantha opens the conversation by asking her friends, “So what do you think about the ghosts?” Just that quick, the action starts again. Jessica, Laura, Olivia and others join Samantha as they once again begin to think about how they might locate the stolen trophies. Fortunately, Samantha has sense enough to realize the bad guys could make another appearance, and she urges caution to all her friends. Miss Moore is starting to act as if she either knows something, or suspects something, and that has the students exercising even more caution as they sneak around after lights-out, looking for clues, or following up other clues they unearthed during the day. But no matter how cautious they are, some things just cannot be avoided, and this time a number of those “things” are much bigger than the kids can hope to handle on their own.
Incidents at Moore Field School is geared toward the preteen crowd, but is certainly entertaining for adults as well. A continuation of book 1, Incidents at Moore Field School might be easier to dive into if one reads book 1 first; there is virtually no break between the two books. This story is imaginative, well written, and engaging. The young characters are very authentic in their discussions, actions, fears and relationships. The older characters are all somewhat mysterious in one way or another, and that mystery meshes well with their other described characteristics. Typos and misspellings are virtually absent, making the reading nicely free-flowing. Read books 1 and 2; you will be glad you did when book 3 comes out soon. The Moore Field School is a great series, to be enjoyed by parents and older children alike.