The New York Times bestselling author of Dread Nation makes her middle grade debut with a sweeping tale of the ghosts of our past that won’t stay buried,starring an unforgettable girl named Ophie. Ophelia Harrison used to live in a small house in the Georgia countryside. But that was before the night in November 1922and the cruel act that took her home and her father from her. Which was the same night that Ophie learned she can see ghosts. Now Ophie and her mother are living in Pittsburgh with relatives they barely know. In the hopes of earning enough money to get their own placeMama has gotten Ophie a job as a maid in the same old manor house where she works. Daffodil Manorlike the wealthy Caruthers family who owns itis haunted by memories and prejudices of the past–andas Ophie discoversghosts as well. Ghosts who have their own loves and hatreds and desiresghosts who have wronged others and ghosts who have themselves been wronged. And as Ophie forms a friendship with one spirit whose life ended suddenly and unjustlyshe wonders if she might be able to help–even as she comes to realize that Daffodil Manor may hold more secrets than she bargained for.
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