Lars Olafson moves with his parents to the old family farm near Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, to live with his aged aunt Cass. Lars is miserable—until he meets Geordie, a ghost whose stories of the Revolutionary War are as exciting as those of an eyewitness. When Aunt Cass dies suddenly, Lars is faced with a mystery linked to the Revolutionary War—and Geordi’s ghostly stories are his only chance of solving it.
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Super easy but fantastic writing
This book is genuinely fairly simple to read, but it’s well worth it. The expert planning that had to go along with writing this is fantastic, and so is the authors knowledge of the Revolutionary War. I would recommend this book to anyone with middle to early high school aged children who like historical fiction, but really no mater what your age it’s still a great book to read and a nice break from extremely lengthy, complicated novels. Worth every penny!
This book was entertaining and is very clever that the author could make all these puzzle pieces connect. But this book isn't that interesting for me because there is something in the text that doesn't keep my hooked.