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Reviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite
Midnight Over Moores is the first book in The Children of Carmen Chronicles by AMH Johnson. The readers gets to know Jenna, a nice girl from Savannah. Unfortunately, when she starts sharing a room in a boarding school, she has to learn that some people can be very judgmental when you aren't from as posh a background as them - and some people seem to be born to make other people's lives a misery. Not only does Jenna have to deal with a bully of a room mate, she also seems to be able to talk to dead people. It's not quite what a teenager wants to do. A particular ghost called Christine starts haunting her after a party (a particular one, that's sure!) with her new school mates. What does that ghost want? And is there anyone who would believe Jenna if she told them a ghost needed her help?
After reading Midnight Over Moores, I am definitely interested in reading other books from The Children of Carmen Chronicles by AMH Johnson. I enjoyed the writing style that drew me right into the world of Jenna. I enjoyed the plot that never had me bored, and I liked/hated the characters within the pages. This is the kind of story that makes you forget about the world around you, and you do not want it to end because you feel like you've become friends with the main character and do not want to leave her. It's good to know that it's a series! AMH Johnson knows how to write, that's for sure.