Reviewed by Melanie on September 14, 2017
Charley is back, but not quite herself. Hit with a bout of amnesia, Charley is living in Sleepy Hollow, New York, but doesn’t remember anything about her past life. Reyes, Cookie, Uncle Bob, and the rest of the group have of course followed Charley, but are trying to give her time to remember on her own.
Even as Janie, Charley is pulled to to Reyes even though she doesn’t know why, or what he is. As usual, Charley finds herself in trouble, but with their connection severed, Reyes isn’t around to help.
This book was a nice change from the pace, and was a great way to break up the same story line. With Charley’s amnesia, the descriptions of Reyes weren’t as monotonous as they were in previous books. Even with Charley not remembering who she is or what she does, she finds herself neck deep in poltergeists, and departed. She finds her way back to herself in the end. Learning more about herself, and Reyes, left us wondering how the next book will tie things up, and if Charley will share her new information with Reyes, or if she’ll keep her new secrets to herself.