Seventh Daughter by Jessie B. Tyson

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A short 25 page true story to read waiting for a bus or if you need to, while sitting on the toilet, ha. My bad.
INCLUDES RECIPE on the LAST PAGE of my evening meal with a British Seventh Daughter.
Seventh Daughter reached number #1 in British // Irish reads on 1st November 2017!
“The fire sparked loudly, and spit a burning ember onto the rug. It scared my Heinz57 dog (British for not a purebred) and she ran into the next room. Was it a premonition? Just then someone appeared behind the couch. There was just Auntie and me there.
Who was it and why did it visit us?
You might not believe in spirits but this is a true account….believe it, or not. I saw what I saw and so did my dog.
The Seventh Daughter saw nothing. I tell you, friendly ghosts are real.”

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Karen’s Magic Review

I downloaded this book because I heard it was a short story, and do enjoy shorter reads, especially when I’m so busy doing other things on Social Media, like blogging!

It was a good story and I enjoyed the conversational tone. Haven’t we all sat with a friend drinking wine and getting more and more chatty? It seemed natural and lent itself well to this story. Although I must admit to never hearing of Cherry wine before. Although they were based in the UK, I’ve also never heard anyone say there were going to the rest room either. Only in American films.

The young girl was telling her aunt about a ghost she saw and it was mentioned who it was earlier in the book, then later she said how she was dying to find out who it was. From the talk of ghosts, other interesting things came out in conversation, and it turned out the girl was gifted and hadn’t realised it.

A nice short read to be enjoyed anywhere and also in Kindle Unlimited which is where I downloaded it from.

Other books by Jessie B. Tyson

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