Unsettled Spirits

Unsettled Spirits Sarah Markham always assumed that the Ivy League was her ticket to a new life But after graduating from Harvard at the height of the Great Recession she finds herself with no job offers and not much

  • Title: Unsettled Spirits
  • Author: Sophie Weeks
  • ISBN: 9781620151389
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sarah Markham always assumed that the Ivy League was her ticket to a new life But after graduating from Harvard at the height of the Great Recession, she finds herself with no job offers and not much hope That all changes when she enters a bookshop owned by Samuel, an eccentric intellectual who offers her not just a job, but also a place to stay Sarah soon discovers a sSarah Markham always assumed that the Ivy League was her ticket to a new life But after graduating from Harvard at the height of the Great Recession, she finds herself with no job offers and not much hope That all changes when she enters a bookshop owned by Samuel, an eccentric intellectual who offers her not just a job, but also a place to stay Sarah soon discovers a small catch though her room is haunted by Lucy Larch, an opinionated and strong willed ghost from the 1940s As Sarah tries to help Lucy move on, she meets handsome Irishman Ian Flynn and falls in love, but her insecurities soon threaten every relationship she s built As Sarah grapples with questions of faith, love, and identity, she must learn to embrace not just the spirits of the present, but the haunting pain of the past Can she accept her past, and importantly herself, in order to let love in

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    1. This is quite a cute little story. It’s a quick but enjoyable read. And even if it does start out a little slow, it’s quite informative and extremely well written. This novel is quite clearly and concisely written, allowing you to flow through the pages like the ghost in the tale. The storyline is well put together, providing you with a tale that is quite interesting. All of the characters, both human and previously human, are well developed. As a reader you discover who each character is an [...]


    2. Unsettled Spirits is the story of a young woman trying to grow up and deal with the adult world while dealing with a simpatic-sometimes-annoying ghost.Sarah has just graduated college and needs money to pay her loans and to live. She ends up working and living at a bookshop. There the owner, Samuel will become a friend and confident. However, the room comes with a surprise, Lucy, a ghost from the 1940s. And to make things even better, enters Ian, a handsome, smart Irish man who will change her l [...]


    3. I'm a sucker for ghost stories, non-fiction and fiction alike, so when I found out that Sophie Weeks' Unsettled Spirits was up for review I jumped at the chance to read it. If you're wary of ghost stories or just plain don't like to be scared, don't let the subject matter of this novel keep you from reading it. It's actually a very tame tale. A little sad perhaps, but not at all scary. This is a short book but still a well-written and enjoyable read. I'll admit that I didn't care much for the ch [...]


    4. Unsettled Spirits was a creative and unexpected pleasure to read. It has been on my TBR shelf for a long time and I can't believe it took me this long to get to it. I’ve read two books by this author and I’m a fan for life. Lucy totally cracked me up! And I felt for Samuel as he obviously struggled with some serious internal battles. As Sarah came into her own and her confidence slowly improved, I found myself wanting to take her under my arm and tell her she was adorable. It was a light eas [...]



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