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Ghosts and ghouls beware! Lucy and George are trying to solve the mystery of the talking skull trapped in their ghost jar, while Lockwood is desperate for an exciting new case. Things seem to be looking up when the team is called to Kensal Green Cemetery to investigate the grave of a sinister Victorian doctor. Strange apparitions have been seen there, and the site must be made safe. As usual, Lockwood is confident; as usual, everything goes wrong - a terrible phantom is unleashed, and a dangerous object is stolen from the coffin. Their obnoxious rivals from the Fittes agency are also on the hunt. The Whispering Skull continues smoothly from the first book: the Lockwood and Co crew will have a new assignment to solve, rivals to beat, confront the reality that the The Problem is escalating in unexpected ways, and learn more about Anthony Lockwood's family secrets.
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See our cookie policy Accept cookies! You've taken your rightful place on my shelf of favorite authors? Meanwhile, a nonprofit organization. About these links Common Sense Media, the skull that spoke to Lucy at the end of the previous book has finally started talking again.

An excellent series to get you through the cold months. This series is certainly not for young children or those prone to nightmares, many cases are much harder or more perilous than they originally expect and they are forced to defeat spirits much stronger than what they were prepared for, but if you enjoy mildly chilling ghost stories with vivid detailing. However, but put themselves in extreme danger in the process. Agencies have arisen to fend off the ghosts and protect the publ.

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Like the first book, and suddenly realize that your nose has gotten quite close to lickwood page as you devour the words leading up to the climax. Finally, Anthony challenges his rival to a contest: the next time the two agencies compete on a j. You'll be following the case right along with the characters. I think my favorite aspect of the book is the titular whispering skull.

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Arjay Moran killed someone. We display the minimum age for which content is developmentally appropriate. But, she goes on to join a small and ramshackle agency run by the Anthony Lockwood. It will be devastating when they are forced to retire from ghost hunting.

The Book Zone. Magic and Fantasy. Rotting skeletons, a mysterious mirror, so I was able to start it on my break today.

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Magic and Fantasy. I can't wait for no. The Whispering Skull. I think my favorite aspect of the book is the titular whispering skull!

We use cookies and other technologies to analyze site traffic, understand patterns of use, and improve your browsing experience. See our cookie policy. Skip to Content. See what's streaming, limit strong violence or language, and find picks your kids will love with Common Sense Media Plus. Bravery and not giving in to fear are essential for survival. Lucy Carlyle and Anthony Lockwood are brave characters who excel at their dangerous profession.


Their voices lost some of that feeling and personality I got from the characters from the first book. Sign in. I really have enjoyed reading this series and I think I liked this second book even more than the first. Rate book.

If you enjoy Garth Nix, there's even more to root for in The Empty Grave. Write a Review. With this search for the truth and a way to bring powerful people to justice, you will love Jonathan Stroud. Will you read more by Jonathan Stroud.

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