The Shadow Cabinet by Maureen Johnson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Rory is still mourning the loss of Steven and is wondering if she acted in time to make him a ghost. Even if she was successful, how do you locate a specific ghost? Rory’s friend, Charlotte, has been kidnapped by Jane and it seems to be tied in with a cult from decades ago. It has been forty years since ten teenagers went missing and all evidence leads to a mass murder. Rory wants to find her friend and the ghost squad needs to stop Jane from releasing evil across London. Can this group save everyone or will sacrifices need to be made? What hidden secrets will be uncovered?
The Shadow Cabinet is the third book in the Shades of London series. As the reader finishes the book, they will definitely know that this is not a trilogy and other books should be on the horizon. Since it has been awhile since I read the last book, it took me a few chapters to remember the who and what of the story. Johnson has some reviewing weaved into the story, but not too much. The story is action packed and plot twists will give the reader interesting questions to ponder. A great read and I will be looking forward to the fourth book.
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