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The review is not influenced in any way.
of those stories with a minor to majorly strange title in which the meanings of
it are figured out with the following ways: a) woven throughout the pages and
only reading will enlighten you, b) it’s in the dictionary and it has a double
meaning, which definitely isn’t the typical definition you generally hear, or
c) you simply never find out why.
Well, it’s been a
while since the situation with Evan and his family has passed. It’s now summer
vacation and it’s been ghost-free for Jane and Connor for some time. At least
for awhile. It’s not along until another ghost comes along, and it’s worse than
Bound is a different situation to both Jane and Connor than what they’re
used to. It’s a bit more challenging for them, and we find out more about
Jane’s ability, which is different than what she thought it was. I’m surprised
that Ruth was willing to help and warn Jane later; she seemed too lost to help,
much less warn.
times, especially a bit at the beginning, but overall, I found Shadow Bound
better than Wraith in a way. I am hoping, however, that if there’s
ever a *insert one word spoiler*-sized ghost, both Jane and Connor have better
luck, despite the tedious situation they’ll be in.
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