Ghosts of Greenglass House by Kate Milford

Ghosts of Greenglass House

Welcome back to the irresistible world of Greenglass House where thirteen-year-old Milo is, once again, spending the winter holidays stuck in a house full of strange guests who are not what they seem. There are fresh clues to uncover as friends old and new join in his search for a mysterious map and a famous smuggler’s lost haul....

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Ghosts of Greenglass House Reviews

  • Brandy Painter
    Fans of the first Greenglass House book will be happy to see most of their favorite characters return here. In a many ways the plot rehashes a lot of what was done in the first book. I found myself not quite as into it as I was expecting. There are a lot of extraneous details, and at times the plot ...
  • Shelley
    Rounding up a 4.5. Milo is back, it's the next Christmas break, and there's new people with new mysteries to unravel--plus some old friends. This wasn't quite as atmospheric and amazing as the first, but it was a very worthy follow up. I loved seeing Georgie and Clem again, and Milo's parents remain...
  • Brenda
    Originally posted at Log Cabin LibraryE ARC from Edelweiss Above the TreeLineOpening lines: "Frost was pretty much the worst. It was like a promise with nothing behind it. It was like not enough icing on a cookie, not enough butter on toast."Milo is once again getting ready to spend his winter vacat...
  • Darlene
    I won this from GoodReads! Yay! Thank you!!!!...
  • James
    LOTS of skimming and frowning... LOTS.could be a two-star for the fact Milford is insistent and proud of using sensitivity readers (love that), but i seriously did not enjoy this book in the slightest... i think she tried to incorporate too many things into this tale, and it was just so thematically...
  • Skip
    Milo and his adoptive parents are planning for a quiet Christmas, with a single guest about to leave when Georgie and Clem seek sanctuary. Then, a group of carolers show up from the nearby asylum and some property is stolen, including a mysterious map. Once again, Milo conjures up an alter ago (Tenj...
  • Jordan Henrichs
    I didn’t know how badly I wanted a sequel to Greenglass House until I started reading Ghosts of Greenglass House. Milford wrote in her Author’s Note that this story just sort of came to her on a car ride home from Thanksgiving. This surely feels like an ending to these characters but I rea...
  • Kate
    I didn't make it through the book. After 100 pages, nothing had happened so I gave up. I literally can sum up the first 100 pages by saying: company came over. I figured if the rest of the book was like that, I would go insane. It's too bad because I loved the first book....
  • Joan
    I'll admit that at first I found the book dragging. And I'll state that this was more of a 3.5 than a 4 star title. However, once the kids (one human, one not human) got their act together the next morning, things stopped dragging. And I loved the author comment that she deliberately chose one of th...

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