Blurb (from Goodreads):
Dead people don't make great companions - something cute, athletic Ken finds out the hard way when, following an accident on the football field, he starts hearing ghostly voices. It's not the kind of gift he would have asked for, but there's nothing he can do about it, until an anonymous note invites him to a seance. Completely convinced by the medium he meets, Ken tries to tell her about his secret. Only his gifted classmates can save him from revealing the truth - and finding himself in terrible danger . . .
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was a YA paranormal story about a boy who could talk to ghosts.
Ken was an okay character, although I did think he should be a little more careful about telling people what he could do, especially when he didn’t know the person well.
The storyline in this was about Ken attending a séance and meeting a boy whose father had died in a car accident. The boy’s father had purchased a winning lottery ticket before he died, and the boy and his family were unable to find it, so Ken wanted to help them.
The ending to this was pretty good, and I was glad that Ken stood up for himself, and Amanda found a way to be helpful too.
6 out of 10