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

  • Lara
    What a pleasure to see all these characters again. While the plot is a little hackneyed, the fact that the characters acknowledge it in the story (oh great, another mystery involving our houseguests at Christmas! What are the odds?) makes it acceptable. I also (as a cousin to two adoptees) found Mil...
  • 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 ...
  • Aaron
    Honestly, I could not immerse myself in this story as much as I did the first one. The first half of the book seemed to dawdle a little bit. I did enjoy the last half as the mystery started to ignite a little more. The Pine family runs Greenglass House as an inn for smugglers. The setting itself is ...
  • 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...
  • Lori
    NOTE: I received an advanced readers copy from Net Galley of this book.I absolutely love all of Kate Milford's books for many reasons - depth of characters, unique settings, intricate plots - and Ghosts of Greenglass House has all of these and more. Readers don't necessarily have to have read the fi...
  • Darlene
    I won this from GoodReads! Yay! Thank you!!!!...
  • Jennifer Linsky
    About once a year -- twice, if it's a _very_ good year -- I find a book that makes me run about to everyone I know (and who will stand still for long enough) and press that book into their hands, exclaiming, "This is so good! Read this!"A couple of years ago, that book was Greenglass House, by Kate ...
  • 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...

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