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An ordinary suburban house hides a dark secret in this chilling novel. Leah hates the house and hates living in a mess while her dad does the much needed renovations. The house gives her the creeps and her fears are realised when the ghost of a boy appears in her bedroom. She discovers he lived in the house in the 1970s, but how did he die?
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Book Level: 4
Interest Level: UY
Quiz Number: 211362
"Teenage Leah moves into a new house, and finds her bedroom already occupied, by the ghost of a boy from the 1970s. Although the book is Kendal's most chilling to date, it is also warm and funny."
Jewish Chronicle||"Penny Kendal has created an all too real thriller inCan You Hear Me?,one that focuses on domestic violence and its chilling conclusion . . . Recommended for children aged 13+."
It sounded like a boy's voice, distant but clear. Leah jerked back, hitting her head on the wall for the second time that night. She knew she was awake this time.
'Don't shout or anything - just nod if you can hear me,' said the voice.
When the ghost of a boy appears in her bedroom, Leah finds out he lived in the house in the 1970s. But how did he die? And why does nobody seem to know he is dead? Leah's attempts to unravel the truth lead her into unexpected danger...