ñ Shada || ☆ PDF Read by ☆ Craig Hansen

By Craig Hansen | Comments: ( 807 ) | Date: ( Oct 14, 2019 )

If you could speak to the dead, anyone at all, who would it be When Jeni asked this question, Shada Emery figured it was a joke So both she and Willow joined in the fun, naming their favorite dead celebrities.And then there was Ember Cole.Ember wants one talk with her Grandpa Normie, whose death a year ago began a year of tragedy So when Jeni suggests a camping tripIf you could speak to the dead, anyone at all, who would it be When Jeni asked this question, Shada Emery figured it was a joke So both she and Willow joined in the fun, naming their favorite dead celebrities.And then there was Ember Cole.Ember wants one talk with her Grandpa Normie, whose death a year ago began a year of tragedy So when Jeni suggests a camping trip into the dense woods of northwestern Wisconsin to hold a seance, Shada and Willow put off their misgivings and agree for the sake of their friend.Ember hopes to find the answers she seeks among the dead But sometimes the dead have their own agenda.Shada is Book 1 of the Ember Cole series A young adult paranormal suspense novella, it runs about 32,500 words in length.Early Praise for Shada This is a great book I enjoyed Shada very much It s got that spine tingling fun while drawing you into the characters and their lives Victorine E Lieske, NYT bestselling author of Not What She Seems Shada drew me in, left me wanting , and made me a little afraid to go outside after dark T.L Haddix, author of the Secrets Leroy series of romantic suspense novels


  • Title: Shada
  • Author: Craig Hansen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Craig Hansen

Craig Hansen wrote his first SF published short story, The S.S Nova, when he was fourteen It was published in the Minnesota Writers in the Schools COMPAS program s 1981 anthology of student writing, When It Grows Up, You Say Goodbye To It That was when he decided to dedicate himself to writing.Hansen earned two degrees at Minnesota State University at Mankato under the mentorship of young adult novelist Terry Davis In the years that followed, Hansen worked a variety of jobs, including five years in journalism in northwestern Wisconsin, where he earned several state awards for his writing and editing.His work has appeared in the Meadowbrook Press anthology, Girls to the Rescue, Book 1, as well as the true crime journal, Ripper Notes, in volume 28.His first novel, Most Likely, was released in May 2011 Shada, the first installment of the Ember Cole series of young adult paranormal suspense books, was published in September 2011 Under Contract followed in the spring of 2012 The Devohrah Initiative appeared in August 2013 Nice Girl Like You appeared in June 2014, and Spoiled in September 2014 The Woodsman is his most recent work.Hansen remains hard at work on several projects that will be announced when they are close to release, on his author website.Hansen lives in Oregon with his wife, a dog, two cats, and his 92 year old father, a World War II veteran.Craig s interests include the music of Johnny Cash, reading the novels of other independent authors, blogging, and the study of Messianic theology.On his website, you can sign up to receive a periodic email newsletter that will notify you when he releases new books Connect With Me Online At Website craig hansen Facebook facebook pages Craig H Twitter craigahansen Email craig craig hansen



Comments Shada

  • Laurie Treacy

    Shada was an absorbing read about friendship, letting our friends make decisions for us and then having to deal with the fallout. Shada and her three friends--the strong-willed Jeni, the melancholy Ember, and science nerd Willow--are close and Jeni invites them to a sleepover in the woods for a seance. Jeni lives on Reservation lands and when the girls trudge out to the camp site, they soon learn about the history of the place. Shada, like Jeni, is Native American, and understands Jeni when she [...]


  • OpenBookSociety.com

    Brought to you by OBS reviewer AngieThis novella was a great quick-read. It is written from the perspective of a 14 year old girl and includes many timely references to Twilight, Facebook, Twitter and Harry Potter. But where other adults fail miserably at trying to capture the young culture, Hansen blends these references in seamlessly.This story was promoted as a young girl’s quest to speak with her dead grandfather, but it was so much more. It’s about that unique bond that we feel with chi [...]


  • Michael Layne

    This book reminded me a little of "The Body" (Stand by Me) by King. It wasn't the story itself that was similar, but rather it was the way that the author so effectively conveyed what it's like to be a kid. I felt like I really got to know the young characters in the story.The plot was solid and kept me engaged, although I will say that it was not primarily a "scary" story. Rather, this was a coming of age, loss of innocence, kind of tale that touched me more than it frightened me. Although, onc [...]


  • Ami Blackwelder

    Shada is a novella, kind of in the spirit of Stand-By-Me, but for girls, in the modern age, with a twist of slightly-maybe-going-to-be-paranomral feel to it. The writing style was fluid and the story logical, which with many books I read isn't always the case. There was a lot of dialogue, and not as much narrative/description. I like narrative and description and so missed that, but for those who enjoy mostly dialogue…you might like this more. I am going it 3 stars, because it was a good story [...]


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