Haunting Jasmine

Haunting Jasmine

Book - 2011
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A call from the past brings divorce Jasmine Mistry home to Shelter Island to run her beloved aunt's bookstore, which has always been rumored to be haunted. Jasmine embarks on a mystical journey, guided by the highly emotional spirits of long-dead authors.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2011
Edition: Berkley trade pbk. ed
ISBN: 9780425238714
Branch Call Number: FICTION Banerjee
Characteristics: viii, 296 p. ; 20 cm


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xnatashax Jul 07, 2014

I really enjoyed this book. Predictable but easy to read. I work in a library so the bookstore storyline got me : )

Feb 14, 2013

I was never drawn in to care about the characters in this book. It tries too hard to sum everything up--and the magical fantasy (which I usually like) became really pat and predictable, quickly. Jasmine was particularly flat--a driven professional woman, going through divorce, who was either furious or happy. I give this book 1 star and would not recommend it.

Aug 18, 2012

A heartwarming story. A little magic thrown in for good measure.

Andge1 Aug 02, 2012

An enchanting tale! If you like this story, you may also want to check out novels by Sarah Addison Allen. Both authors have a very magical way of writing a beautiful story of loss and love!


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