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Calexa Rose Dunhill died once, just for a moment - but now someone wants her dead permanently The shocking conclusion to Cemetery Girl by Charlaine Harris, no. 1 bestselling creator of Sookie Stackhouse, and Christopher Golden, bestselling co-creator of Baltimore. They call her the Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery, but most people think 'the Cemetery Girl' is just a story. In some Calexa Rose Dunhill died once, just for a moment - but now someone wants her dead permanently The shocking conclusion to Cemetery Girl by Charlaine Harris, no. 1 bestselling creator of Sookie Stackhouse, and Christopher Golden, bestselling co-creator of Baltimore. They call her the Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery, but most people think 'the Cemetery Girl' is just a story. In some ways, that's true. Her chosen name is Calexa Rose Dunhill, but she doesn't know her real name. When she first arrived here, all she knew was that someone had tried to murder her: they'd dumped her body and left her for dead. Calexa has been hiding out here, afraid to seek out her true identity for fear that her would-be murderer would find her and finish the job. And someone is searching for her . . . a man named Salazar, who holds the key that will unlock the secrets of Calexa's past. Calexa has new secrets as well, including the fact that she was murdered: she did die, if only for a moment - but in that moment, something changed inside her. Now, if someone dies near her, their spirit is drawn to Calexa, drawn into her. It has happened twice before, but now, as her worst fears come true and the killers have found her trail, the third ghost to take up residence in Calexa's soul will change everything. The Cemetery Girl's story is about to reach a shocking conclusion!


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Calexa Rose Dunhill died once, just for a moment - but now someone wants her dead permanently The shocking conclusion to Cemetery Girl by Charlaine Harris, no. 1 bestselling creator of Sookie Stackhouse, and Christopher Golden, bestselling co-creator of Baltimore. They call her the Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery, but most people think 'the Cemetery Girl' is just a story. In some Calexa Rose Dunhill died once, just for a moment - but now someone wants her dead permanently The shocking conclusion to Cemetery Girl by Charlaine Harris, no. 1 bestselling creator of Sookie Stackhouse, and Christopher Golden, bestselling co-creator of Baltimore. They call her the Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery, but most people think 'the Cemetery Girl' is just a story. In some ways, that's true. Her chosen name is Calexa Rose Dunhill, but she doesn't know her real name. When she first arrived here, all she knew was that someone had tried to murder her: they'd dumped her body and left her for dead. Calexa has been hiding out here, afraid to seek out her true identity for fear that her would-be murderer would find her and finish the job. And someone is searching for her . . . a man named Salazar, who holds the key that will unlock the secrets of Calexa's past. Calexa has new secrets as well, including the fact that she was murdered: she did die, if only for a moment - but in that moment, something changed inside her. Now, if someone dies near her, their spirit is drawn to Calexa, drawn into her. It has happened twice before, but now, as her worst fears come true and the killers have found her trail, the third ghost to take up residence in Calexa's soul will change everything. The Cemetery Girl's story is about to reach a shocking conclusion!

30 review for Haunted

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to get to her first is very rushed. It's like the creators realized after if was half penciled that they needed to wrap up the whole story. I didn't care much for Borges art. It was very basic relying on the colorist t The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to get to her first is very rushed. It's like the creators realized after if was half penciled that they needed to wrap up the whole story. I didn't care much for Borges art. It was very basic relying on the colorist to do most of the work. All of his faces, especially the noses, has this zorro like mark. I hated that. The last 100 pages was the script. The story was only the first 120 pages or so. Received an advance copy from Dynamite and NetGalley. All thoughts are my own and in no way influenced by the aforementioned.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Yodamom

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stories, graveyard tales and edge of you seat tales this might be the book for you. This is the third and final book I'm not going to spoil it for you read the series. I really enjoyed them an hope there are more from The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stories, graveyard tales and edge of you seat tales this might be the book for you. This is the third and final book I'm not going to spoil it for you read the series. I really enjoyed them an hope there are more from this author in the future.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marta Cox

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in the dark about her identity but determined to make a life away from the cemetery. She knows there's someone suspicious in town asking about a missing girl but is quite unaware of just how instrumental to her gettin It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in the dark about her identity but determined to make a life away from the cemetery. She knows there's someone suspicious in town asking about a missing girl but is quite unaware of just how instrumental to her getting answers about her past he is. I liked Calexa and she's certainly trying hard to move on and live. She might not trust easily but becomes to realise that there are people out there who really do want to help. I won't ruin the story but yes there a slight supernatural element and happily a resolution. The animation was bright and colourful and it was easy to understand what was happening. I enjoyed the succinct dialogue and found it easy to follow. Not my usual reading material admittedly but a story with suspense, action and even a wee bit of humour. I'm torn between a three as it was a little predictable but I'm sure it's aimed at those younger than I am so will post as a four. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

  4. 4 out of 5

    Blodeuedd Finland

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but they had done it really well and I did not feel like I had missed much other than the obvious. Calexa being killed and dumped in the cemetery. Her living there. 2 people dying and going into her (well that sounds freaky) I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but they had done it really well and I did not feel like I had missed much other than the obvious. Calexa being killed and dumped in the cemetery. Her living there. 2 people dying and going into her (well that sounds freaky)! And it seems meeting some old man and his son and that son getting hurt (and there are obvi feelings between Calexa and the son). And with that the story began. Someone still wants her dead, but why? A PI is asking questions and wanting to find her, but can he be trusted? Winter is coming! Which is bad since she lives in a cemetery ;) A nice conclusion to a series (yes yes I did not read them all), but I am glad a conclusion came. I wanted answers too and now I can not say more cos spoilers. Great artwork too. That is all that counts for me.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marta Cox

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in the dark about her identity but determined to make a life away from the cemetery. She knows there's someone suspicious in town asking about a missing girl but is quite unaware of just how instrumental to her gettin It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in the dark about her identity but determined to make a life away from the cemetery. She knows there's someone suspicious in town asking about a missing girl but is quite unaware of just how instrumental to her getting answers about her past he is. I liked Calexa and she's certainly trying hard to move on and live. She might not trust easily but becomes to realise that there are people out there who really do want to help. I won't ruin the story but yes there a slight supernatural element and happily a resolution. The animation was bright and colourful and it was easy to understand what was happening. I enjoyed the succinct dialogue and found it easy to follow. Not my usual reading material admittedly but a story with suspense, action and even a wee bit of humour. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kyra Leseberg (Roots & Reads)

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's asking questions and showing a photo of Calexa around town. While Calexa's memories are faintly returning, she's sure Salazar knows her true identity and the past she desperately wants to understand, but she isn't The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's asking questions and showing a photo of Calexa around town. While Calexa's memories are faintly returning, she's sure Salazar knows her true identity and the past she desperately wants to understand, but she isn't sure the P.I. can be trusted or most importantly: who hired him. The killers are closer than ever and it may take the help of a newly dead spirit to keep her alive and solve the mystery of who she is, who wants her dead, and why. All the answers are here in the dramatic series conclusion! Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for providing an ARC in exchange for my honest review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Etienne

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me!

  9. 4 out of 5

    A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol)

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It’s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she ended up in the cemetery. But someone has come along who will be the key to everything. And boy, is it fucked up. My enjoyment of the conclusion is only marred by the sort of clichéd ending. But only a little bit. It’s still a g 4.5 *Book source ~ Library It’s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she ended up in the cemetery. But someone has come along who will be the key to everything. And boy, is it fucked up. My enjoyment of the conclusion is only marred by the sort of clichéd ending. But only a little bit. It’s still a great story! Also, the artwork is fantastic. I love it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ije the Devourer of Books

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frightened to find out why people are hunting for her and the secrets of her past remain locked away in her memory. Calexa hopes that with support of her new friends she will be able to put the missing pieces of her life to This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frightened to find out why people are hunting for her and the secrets of her past remain locked away in her memory. Calexa hopes that with support of her new friends she will be able to put the missing pieces of her life together but she has secrets that she cant even reveal to them. Calexa sees dead people! (I have always wanted to use that phrase). She can talk with people who have died near her and this time as she battles with ghosts from the past the ghosts of the present may save her life. I picked this book up from Netgalley because I love comics and I enjoy Charlaine Harris, so I knew this would be good. I hadnt read the first two volumes but that didnt stop me from enjoying this final book. It was fast paced and I picked up the main thrust of the story very quickly. The story brings together mystery, and the paranormal and binds them together with a thrilling edge. The artwork was good with just enough prose to enjoy the story. I dont like wordy graphic novels and in this book the balance between words and art is just right. I think fans of the authors will really enjoy this trilogy and I intend to start from the beginning and read the books in order so that I can fully enjoy the twists, turns and thrills. Copy provided via Netgalley in exchange for an unbiased review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lady Alexandrine

    “Hunted” is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven’t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugged and dumped at the cemetery to die. She has an amnesia and no idea whatsoever where she came from and who tried to kill her. She is afraid to go to the police without knowing who wants her death and why. At some point she disc “Hunted” is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven’t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugged and dumped at the cemetery to die. She has an amnesia and no idea whatsoever where she came from and who tried to kill her. She is afraid to go to the police without knowing who wants her death and why. At some point she discovers that she has some paranormal powers, she can communicate with the dead. Surprisingly, she feels the safest in the cemetery and lives in the crypt in the Dunhill Cemetery. As the story progresses dangerous people find her and she finally manages to undercover the secret of her identity. She also falls in love. I would qualify this comic book as YA, it isn’t very dark or creepy. The paranormal element wasn’t very convincing. Also, I think it takes a bit more to land a good punch than somebody telling you how to do it. Overall, it was a nice read, but it was very predictable. Both the intrigue and romance were lacking any surprise factor. It was difficult for me to get involved in the story – maybe because I haven’t read two previous volumes. Art work was well drawn, but some elements like face expressions could be done better. I received "Hunted" from the publisher via NetGalley. I would like to thank the authors and the publisher for providing me with the advance reader copy of the comic book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Albert

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her true identity. All she knows for sure is that someone tried to murder her and that is how she ended up trapped among the dead. Everyone who has tried to help her has either ended killed or hurt in some way. But now so Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her true identity. All she knows for sure is that someone tried to murder her and that is how she ended up trapped among the dead. Everyone who has tried to help her has either ended killed or hurt in some way. But now someone else seems to know where she is. A man named Salazar who holds the secrets to her true identity. But the Cemetery girl is more than just a girl now. She did die, if only for a moment and now she is different, trapped between two worlds. If someone dies near her, their spirits reach out to her to bring them justice. Now, it is her own spirit calling for justice and the truth behind the Cemetery Girl. This final installment into the storyline moves too fast toward its conclusion. This is a storyline that should have been present in the first two graphic novels, much more prevalent than it was. Now it just seems rushed. Harris and Golden have written a good tale in the graphic novel trilogy, but could have set this final book up much better.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Theediscerning

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling the established audience what they already know was probably very minimal. I got a lot from these pages, even liking the regular grid-shaped frames, with guttering and nothing more fancy than the usual 2x3. Four a Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling the established audience what they already know was probably very minimal. I got a lot from these pages, even liking the regular grid-shaped frames, with guttering and nothing more fancy than the usual 2x3. Four and a half stars, for the book needn't really give us the whole script, and I did think the domestic pause midway a little too needless in hindsight. But damn, this must have been a fun trilogy.

  14. 4 out of 5

    GONZA

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre numeri, che sin dall'inizio é stata una delle mie preferite. Calexa scopre cosa le é capitato e come mai ha perso la memoria e poi finisce tutto bene, che per me é sempre stata la cosa principale. THANKS NETGALLEY FOR We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre numeri, che sin dall'inizio é stata una delle mie preferite. Calexa scopre cosa le é capitato e come mai ha perso la memoria e poi finisce tutto bene, che per me é sempre stata la cosa principale. THANKS NETGALLEY FOR THE PREVIEW!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such as this one, Cemetery Girl - but I otherwise don't really know these characters. Some people refer to her as The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery, others refer to her as Cemetery Girl. Both are accurate. Her given name, when sh This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such as this one, Cemetery Girl - but I otherwise don't really know these characters. Some people refer to her as The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery, others refer to her as Cemetery Girl. Both are accurate. Her given name, when she was alive, was Calexa Rose Dunhill but she doesn't remember it. All she can remember is that someone tried to kill her (and apparently succeeded) and dumped her body and left her for dead. Is she really dead? Is she alive? Or is she something in between the two? There is a man named Salazar searching for her and he holds the secrets to her past. Meanwhile, in her something-in-between state, Calexa has an ability to capture the spirit of someone who has been killed near her. At these times she is both people and the Calexa part of her tries to help the other soul by solving her murder. I had not read the other two books in the series and I was definitely lost at first. I had to read some of the Goodreads summary of the story to understand Calexa's history in order for the story to make sense to me. It's definitely the sort of book series that you can not come into part-way through. Once I understood what was happening, I enjoyed the story. It is an interesting concept that has lots of possibilities and author Christopher Golden works this nicely. But as a book ... on its own ...? No. Sorry. It's just confusing. But apparently Dynamite publisher is pretty proud of it because you can read the entire story twice! That's right! Two of the same thing for just one price! My digital copy of this book contains the 120 page graphic novel and the approximately 100 page script for the entire book. At one time, including a script, or a portion of a script was new and unique and a great way for future graphic novel authors and artists to see the way a story is put together. Now it's pretty standard it seems, though I can't remember a case where you get the exact same story twice. Usually it's a sample of script along with some art sketches. To be fair, I notice on Goodreads that the book only shows the actual graphic novel number of pages. The artwork is fair. It is not outstanding but not the worst I've seen in the past few years. At times it was a bit muddy and I wonder if that's a problem with the ARC digital copy, or if that's just the style. Looking for a good book? Haunted, Charlaine Harris' Cemetery Girl #3 graphic novel by Christopher Golden is a nicely written tale, but it is vital to read all three parts to know what is happening and who the characters are so it doesn't work well as an individual book. I received a digital copy of this book from the publisher, through Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Audrey Adamson

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could help curve some of Harris' pitfalls. The two come up with a clever story. Calexa wakes up in a cemetery with no memory of what happened to her or who she is. She makes a home in the cemetery and makes some local frien This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could help curve some of Harris' pitfalls. The two come up with a clever story. Calexa wakes up in a cemetery with no memory of what happened to her or who she is. She makes a home in the cemetery and makes some local friends. But it seems she also has a special talent of seeing ghost. Now I came in during the third entry in this trilogy. I don't know for sure if she saw ghosts before she woke up alone but I am kind of assuming she didn't. Other than that detail, the third entry gave me enough information to understand most of what had come before. I enjoyed the art and most of the characters. I didn't like the love interested; he seemed kind of bland. (It's impossible I missed his character development in earlier entries). I was also glad to see the main character wasn't some wonderful beauty like Harris likes: Calexa looks like someone you would meet on the street (in comic form at least lol). This helped focus more on the character and her struggle. My biggest disappointment was that the story is only half the size of the book. The second half is the original script for the story you just read. I skipped it; I had just read the story in comic form. I'm gonna give this a 3.5 I'm still wavering a little. It just needed an extra little push to make it great. But I can't put my finger on what that is (maybe I missed in in the earlier two stories lol). I received an ARC through Netgalley; all opinions are my own.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It’s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she’s in a place where she feels safe and happy and loved, and at the end only more love is really of value to her. And so with the resolution of this series, the emphasis really seems to be that now Calexa can stop wondering, but she had everything she needed all While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It’s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she’s in a place where she feels safe and happy and loved, and at the end only more love is really of value to her. And so with the resolution of this series, the emphasis really seems to be that now Calexa can stop wondering, but she had everything she needed all along. With so much narrative work being put in to “She doesn’t need this”, it’s hard as the reader to give anything more than a shrug as the last page turns. Because, while I was curious, I guess I don’t really need this either. Sexual content: Allusions to an affair, kissing.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kristin Lansdown

    A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she‘s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories start to come back slowly and we find out who tried to kill her and why. It was a much more dastardly scheme than I originally imagined and left questions unanswered about whether the other drugged and dumped girls wer A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she‘s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories start to come back slowly and we find out who tried to kill her and why. It was a much more dastardly scheme than I originally imagined and left questions unanswered about whether the other drugged and dumped girls were related to Calexa’s attempted murderer’s plans/tests/trials.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sara Thompson

    The only disappointing part of this conclusion is the discovery that she comes from a rich family. That is not really a spoiler. I think I liked this rough and rugged girl who struggled with life. Being rich just seems to make it so much easier. But that's just my opinion at this moment. I think most times I wouldn't even give it a thought. I really enjoyed this series and the conclusion was not shocking in any way but it was still effective and enjoyable.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Carol Pulsonetti

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review. I did not read books one and two, but since I was lucky enough to receive an ARC, I gave it a read. I don’t usually go for graphic novels, but I was drawn to the story. It was interesting, fast paced, and action packed. It was easy to keep up with the plot even though I started with the final book. I’m sorry now I didn’t read the first two books in the trilogy.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Moriah Venable

    I couldn't wait to read this graphic novel! I wanted to know how it ended. I still say it would have been better as a novel instead of a graphic novel but it was a fun read. I was on the edge of my seat while reading which only took me less than 30 minutes. Finally we have some answers and happy endings.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Nickie

    So not only does she inherit a great old house from an old woman, but turns out she's the daughter of some rich guy? I was hoping for something a little grittier. There is little real tension in the story. Others around Calexa die, but I never feared for her life. She seemed to get what she needed to survive at the last minute each time her life was in danger.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Challenge: Grinchathon Round 4 2018 - Book with pictures/illustrations (3). Also, my goal of completing/reading series up to date this month. Enjoyable read from an author whose Midnight, Texas trilogy I have read, True Blood series I have watched, and Aurora Teagarden episodes both my husband and I enjoy over and over again on the Hallmark Channel.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Marty Tool

    As far as graphic novels goes this is done well. The art work was good as well as the story. We got all of our questions answered with this final book and it left us hopeful. This is the third book, you should read the first two first to get the whole story.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Liz Hoffman

    Yes, it wrapped things up, but not with the flare I was hoping for.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tony

    This graphic novel has some lovely clear story telling and for me was a joy to read. I liked the characters and I liked the premise, it’s a really great conclusion

  27. 5 out of 5

    Maggie Salomon

    I really enjoyed the first two books but the third with the ending is a quick and cheap way to finish the story. It’s boring and predictable. What a shame!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sense361

    This story is the last of the trilogy. I like how nice the plot has been wrapped up. I must admit that I prefer an audio version of this trilogy to the comic book versions.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Pam

  30. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

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