The Ungrateful Dead

The Ungrateful Dead Middle school is a life and death experience for Annabel Craven a girl able to communicate with the spirit world with her phone From the author of I TEXT DEAD PEOPLE All Annabel Craven wants is to be

  • Title: The Ungrateful Dead
  • Author: Rose Cooper
  • ISBN: 9780385743921
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Middle school is a life and death experience for Annabel Craven, a girl able to communicate with the spirit world with her phone From the author of I TEXT DEAD PEOPLE All Annabel Craven wants is to be normal But that s hard to do when ghosts keep texting her And keeping her secret from her nosy new stepsister isn t going to be easy.When a ghost girl named Harper begs AMiddle school is a life and death experience for Annabel Craven, a girl able to communicate with the spirit world with her phone From the author of I TEXT DEAD PEOPLE All Annabel Craven wants is to be normal But that s hard to do when ghosts keep texting her And keeping her secret from her nosy new stepsister isn t going to be easy.When a ghost girl named Harper begs Anna to help her rejoin the living, Anna warns her that it s impossible Once you re dead, you can t just start living again or can you

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    139 thoughts on “The Ungrateful Dead”

    1. I read this book with my two oldest daughters (ages 8 and 6). My eight year old loved it. My six-year-old did not. It's the second book in a series, so there were some things that didn't make sense, but overall, we didn't have much trouble jumping into the story.Anna can communicate with dead people, but the most recent ghost she runs across is refusing to stay dead. While trying to juggle her new life with a stepdad and new stepsister, she also has to deal with Harper, the ghost that won't acce [...]


    2. The second one was at the library so I figured I'd give it a go, I mean, sometimes the sequel is an improvement, I mean look at the Series of unfortunate events, dude didn't hit his stride till book 3 or so. It worried me slightly that the book was much thinner than the first. I still really like the idea behind these 2 books, and I'm still all for them being comic books cause I just feel like it would flow better, and the little flow issues and details could be handled in the background of imag [...]


    3. Cooper, Rose The Ungrateful Dead (Dead Serious 2), 199 pgs. Delacorte Press, 2016. $12.99. Language G; Mature Content G; Violence G.The second in the Dead Serious novels, The Ungrateful Dead could still be read as a stand-alone book. Anna is “a guided,” someone who helps the dead transition. While walking home from school, Anna comes across the body of a beautiful teen girl named Harper, who looks as if she has fallen from a balcony. Harper doesn’t really want Anna’s help because Anna do [...]


    4. In this sequel to I Text Dead People, ghosts continue to text and hassle Anna. Newly-dead, super-popular Harper refuses to “cross over” and finds a way to inhabit her old body. To Anna’s dismay, Lucy also makes a return appearance. When reincarnated Harper becomes friends with Tabitha, Anna’s new stepsister, Anna’s woes escalate. Tabitha’s dislike of Anna and friendship with Harper make Anna’s life wretched as she tries to get the ghosts back to the other side. Add to the mix a cur [...]


    5. I chose this book to read for the #spookathon 2017 challenge - "Read a book with a spooky word in the title". This is the 2nd book from I Text Dead People. I loved both of the books! This story again follows Anna and her ability to talk with the dead. This book picks up from where the 1st left off and goes on a whole new adventure with new dead people. A wonderfully creepy book to read around Halloween. I expect there will be another book because of how it ends Well I hope there will be another. [...]


    6. Fresh from her previous adventure in I Text Dead People in which she had to convince vengeful teen ghost Lucy to cross over, Annabel Craven, a girl who receives text messages from the dead, encounters another recently deceased teen. The new ghost, Harper, died when she was pushed off a balcony by someone she didn’t see and is reluctant to move on. While Annabel struggles to cope with Harper, she learns that Lucy did not actually cross over either. Then, her mother and Winston, her new stepfath [...]


    7. Middle schooler Annabel Craven is able to communicate with the dead--or they can communicate with her through texts on her cellphone. But Harper Sweety, a local Mean Girl, refuses to cross over to the great beyond and causes much trouble for Anna. I felt sorry for Harper as she patches herself together and tries desperately to return to the living. Things get a little more complicated for Anna with the addition of a stepsister from whom she needs to keep all this a secret. Although I'm not wildl [...]


    8. This book grabs your attention right from the start when Anna stumbles upon both the body and the ghost of Harper. Harper is selfish, spoiled and dead; and for Anna that's more of an annoyance than a problem. Anna can see ghosts as well as receive texts from them. Though reluctant, Anna reaches out to help Harper move on from this world to whatever lies beyond. Anna and her friend Eden soon realize that something is not quite right about Harper. The story starts out strong but gets a bit bogged [...]


    9. Anna gets texts from dead people. It's her job to help them cross over, but Harper flatly refuses to go. She discovers a way to inhabit her old body and Harper is back on the loose again. Anna has to figure out a way to get Harper to cross over while dealing with a new stepsister, a crush with memory loss and a whole host of other ghostly issues.This book ended very abruptly and confusedly. I would recommend it as an optional purchase for ages 9-12.






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