The Haunted

The Haunted After a summer spent reclaiming her sanity and trying to forget the boy she fell in love with the boy who must not exist cannot exist because she knows that he is dead Abbey returns to Sleepy Hollow
  • Title: The Haunted
  • Author: Jessica Verday
  • ISBN: 9780857070289
  • Page: 356
  • Format: ebook
  • The Haunted
    After a summer spent reclaiming her sanity and trying to forget the boy she fell in love with the boy who must not exist, cannot exist, because she knows that he is dead Abbey returns to Sleepy Hollow, ready to leave the ghosts of her past behind She throws herself into her schoolwork, her perfume making, and her friendship with Ben, her cute and funny lab partner, who juAfter a summer spent reclaiming her sanity and trying to forget the boy she fell in love with the boy who must not exist, cannot exist, because she knows that he is dead Abbey returns to Sleepy Hollow, ready to leave the ghosts of her past behind She throws herself into her schoolwork, her perfume making, and her friendship with Ben, her cute and funny lab partner, who just might be her ticket to getting over Caspian once and for all.But Abbey can never get over Caspian, and Caspian has no choice but to return to her side, for Caspian is a Shade, and Abbey is his destiny They are tied not only to each other, but also to the town of Sleepy Hollow, and to the famous legend that binds their fates a legend whose dark truths they are only beginning to guess
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  • Jessica Verday

    Jessica Verday is the New York Times bestselling author of The Hollow Trilogy, published by Simon Schuster Simon Pulse She wrote the first draft of THE HOLLOW by hand, using thirteen spiral bound notebooks and fifteen black pens The first draft of THE HAUNTED took fifteen spiral bound notebooks and twenty black pens THE HIDDEN took too many notebooks and too many pens to count Find out at jessicaverday.

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  • One word sums up this book in my mind, and I hope it does in others too beautiful.I loved this book It was an astronomical improvement on The Hollow, and although I did enjoy the first book as a nice bit of fluff, this one blew it right out of the water I love it when, in a series, you can see the author s writing gradually growing and improving another thing I loved about this book Verday has proved her worth in the YA machine her characters are deep, captivating, and real enough to bleed.Abbey [...]


  • Again, this novel was okayI said in my last review for The Hollow that I probably wasn t going to read the rest of this series but I forgot that I already put the next book on hold so when it came in I thought I should give it another chance Again it just felt kind of blah to me, just like the first one I did a lot of skim reading because the main character isn t interesting enough to me for me to read the 200 pages about her day to day life Her perfume making wasn t really as important or writt [...]


  • Ghost stories really are not my thing I happen to be participating in a challenge this month that requires reading ghost stories since it is October TBH, I truly felt dread about starting any of them But I have to say, this was a good one to choose for the challenge It is YA paranormal This was probably 3 stars for me, but I upped it to 4 stars for a few reasons The characters were well defined Since they are teens, there was the whole teen drama thing, but the author kept that tightly reigned i [...]


  • Actual rating 2.5UGH UGH UGH I M SO BEHIND ON REVIEWS IT S DRIVING ME CRAZY.I know all my reviews have started this way lately, but it s true And it may affect the quality of my reviews, because I m kind of rushing through them And a lot of these books I m reviewing now are books I read like 3 4 months ago, so I m forgetting a lot of details and it s just sad I need to actually get to the point where I m writing reviews right after I read the books because this is getting super aggravating.Okay, [...]


  • After the disappointment that The Hollow left me with, I was anxious to read the next in the series to see if it would be better I am so glad I gave this author another chance Abbey returns to Sleepy Hollow after a breakdown caused by the death of her best friend Kristen and falling in love with a dead boy She has been living with her Aunt and finally comes home after the completion of the Sleepy Hollow bridge to dedicate it in the memory of her friend She is scared to return to the town that ca [...]


  • Once again amazing This story just gets better better.The Haunted continues where The Hollow ended and Abby thinks she s gone crazy For the first part of the book, it follows Abby trying to become normal again but when she meets Caspian again the story starts to take off We finally find out who D is Kristin s secret boyfriend and we discover some answers to the mystery of Abby and Caspian s relationship like how they can t touch I must say some of the scenes between Abby and Caspian start to hea [...]


  • Honestly, this book deserves than 5 stars IT SHOULD BE 10 STARS I can t believe I read this book all in less than 8 hours I wanted to savor each page as much as I could but then books have to come to some end Ugh That was such a cliffhanger at the end I guess I was expecting one but not like this This cliffhanger was much suspenseful The story was just starting to get to the interesting parts There s no way I can wait another whole year for the very last book in this series after the torture I [...]


  • Ughhh so there was a semblance of a plot but it was at the end The entire book is basically Abbey doing normal things like putting her clothes on and eating food or talking to Ben and her parents I just need to know what this Shade business is all about I wished The Sleepy Hollow legend was in tune with the plot.


  • This was my favorite book of 2010 While I liked The Hollow,I LOVED The Haunted I couldn t put this book down without becoming cranky This book really made me come to love Abbey and Caspian I can t wait to read the next book to find out what happens in November, and what Abbey s fate is.



  • The Haunted is the second book in the Hollow Trilogy, following on from where we left of in The Hollow Abbey is still at her Aunt s farm trying to get better after she believes she had a mental break down because she was seeing a dead boy.Abbey is happy staying at the farm but is drawn back to Sleepy Hollow to give a speach at the opening of the new bridge that is being dedicated to her deceased best friend, Kristen.To stay out of summer school and not have to repeat a year of chemistry, Abbey a [...]


  • Popping the bag open, he held it out to me, Want one Come on, try em Funyuns make you fart, Caspian said, and I exploded in laughter Caspian is the most amazing, romantic, heartbreaking, handsome, hot, and funny fictional character I know I love him I loved this book I fell in love with Caspian in this one Like I said in my review for The Hollow, Caspian didn t steal my heart like fictional hotties tend to He swooned me you guys, absolutely twisted my arm into falling for him Well, my affection [...]


  • The Haunted actually surprised me I was expecting to give up halfway through I m not a fan of the series and I only had two reasons for reading it a Because I had a long flight with little else to read and b Because I wanted to know if Verday would acknowledge all the plot holes I fell through at the end of The Hollow Surprisingly, she did A few of them, anyway.This is by no means a positive review I still have a lot of complaints about the series and I definitely wouldn t recommend it But while [...]


  • Apparently, I marked this book as read when I started my account in 2010, but I don t remember it at all After finishing it, I figured it must have been because I was trying to block it out.First of all, I felt the book was too wrapped up in the romance to have much of a story Basically nothing happened except view spoiler Abby visited Caspian s grave, and she finds out what revenants are although she doesn t know what they re after hide spoiler And the way Abby reacted to the whole Kristin thin [...]


  • Original Review Date posted on paperbackswap 9 3 2010This book fascinated me as much as the first installment, The Hollow The love story between Abby and Caspian is utterly wrong but so beautiful In the first book Abby believed she was crazy Crazy to believe she was in love with someone or something that was suppose to be dead Her discoveries at the end of The Hollow lead to a long stay with her Aunt who helped her find her way Only to return home in the second installment, The Haunted, to be ri [...]


  • Holy crap I just finished this book and it was even awesome than the first book, The Hollow I am completely blown away and excited by every bit of new twists and information I learned while reading The Haunted I am so in love with this series and super taken aback by Jessica Verday and her ability to come up with such a unique story In this book you learn about Caspian, Nikolas, Katy, and even Ben As well as some new, interesting characters This book had me laughing and yelling out loud I can [...]


  • I enjoyed this reading this book and it was a good second in a series book This book is set a few months after The Hollow Abbey is at her Aunt Marg s house where she has been since her breakdown in February its now June While there she seems to be doing better and is seeing a psychiatrist for what she thinks are hallucinations Caspian, Katy and Nikolas She returns to Sleepy Hollow earlier than expected when she is asked to say a few words about Kristen during the reveal of the new bridge in Slee [...]


  • So when I really think about it, The Hollow wasn t fabulous, but it certainly held this level of fascination and possibility once you waded through the painfully detailed descriptions of every single thing Abbey does.The Haunted the sequel to The Hollow and is supposed to answer many questions lacks greatly in plot structure and suspense The author introduces a lot of new characters into the book because really there weren t that many to begin with and focuses a lot on Abbey Ben s friendship po [...]


  • There is something inherently flawed when the main purpose of a book revolves around a forbidden romance A lot of times the plot would consist of nothing other than the romance leads moping about how much they want to see each other but can t or end up following the formulaic I have to leave you hurt you push you onto another person and then get jealous when you like them type of scenario The Haunted is one of them Of course there are exceptions to this rule where this is actually done quite wel [...]


  • I read The Hollow around a year ago and really enjoyed it, but there was still a little something missing that left it at 3.5 4 stars Luckily, The Haunted completely blew me away, I loved it At first I was a little lost, The Hollow was definitely not fresh in my mind so it took a little while for everything to click, but soon I was really into it and a lot of the details from the prequel came rushing back Right away things were exciting and plot twists were occurring on every page.Abbey returned [...]


  • Hmmm I don t really know how to put my thoughts around this book It was nice but still it did not please me all that much The whole thing about falling in love with a ghost or a shade or whatever is absurd But still just cause its Caspian and he is such a swoon worthy shade, I think I can take it Still its really sad to think about everything that he had to go through, all the nothingness and just holding on to Abbey for any feeling of being alive He tried so hard not to freak her out and he did [...]


  • Abbey has been desperately trying to forget Caspian, the boy she fell in love with only to discover he was already dead Traumatised by the discovery and doubting her sanity Abbey left Sleepy Hollow for the summer, but now the summer is over and it is time for Abbey to return At first she throws herself into her schoolwork and concentrates on her friendship with the definitely alive Ben Then Caspian reappears in her life, and Abbey realises you can t outrun your destiny This is the second part of [...]


  • Basic summary is that she falls in love with a dead guy and makes friends with people who are really dead and who were in the Sleepy Hollow legend I liked the idea of being able to talk to the dead as well as sleepy hollow, which is a famous American tale But, honestly, it turned into a Twilight like tale When Abbey, the heroine, was around Caspian, or even Ben, it turned cliched and she lost her usual sarcastic spunk that I grew to love in the first book If you haven t read the first book, The [...]


  • Jessica has did it again The Haunted is an amazing second installment of The Hollow Trilogy The story of this novel has alot depth to then The Hollow Alot of the questions that are left unanswers in The Hollow are answered in The Haunted as well as a few questions that leave you begging for .All the main characters that we grew to love in The Hollow are back and there are a few new ones thrown into the mix Abbey has matured alot and her kind and down to earth nature as easy to connect with We [...]


  • I enjoyed The Hollow even than the first one Abbey came even alive, and I discovered so much about her She faces so many decisions, difficulties and trials, I ache for her It is hard to put myself in her place, because I have no idea how I would react.Caspian is even vulnerable and awesome in this one We find out about him and it only makes him even desirable to me Even though the mystery element is still there, some of my questions are answered and that doesn t detract.There is lots of co [...]



  • Abbey comes back to Sleepy Hollow, she wants to leave everything behind, but she can t She throws herself into making her perfumes and has Ben tutor her to try and pass chemistry She even thinks he may be her answer to get over Caspian But She can t forget Caspian she thinks of him everywhere she looks and thinks she sees him at every turn she makes She eventually sees Caspian and realizes she doesn t want to be without him She works with Ben 2 days a week on chemistry and starts work at her unc [...]


  • For the past couple of months, Abbey has done everything she can to reclaim her sanity and get over Caspian Not even living with her Aunt Marjorie on her farm can prepare Abbey for what she feels when she returns home Abbey is constantly haunted by disturbing dreams and tries to fool herself into thinking she s normal, she throws herself back into making perfumes, receives tutoring from Ben to help her make up for the schooling she s missed and tries to move on from the grief she still feels ove [...]


  • My Review The Haunted picks up with Abbey spending her summer at her aunt and uncle s farm To reclaiming her sanity and trying to forget Caspain, the boy she fall in love with by the same bridge her friend Kristin drowned at The same boy that must not exist, cannot exist Because she found out the truth that he is dead When she arrives back to Sleepy Hollow, Abbey tries everything to forget him, like schoolwork, perfume making and even grow a closer friendship with her cute and funny lab partner [...]


  • Source Received from publicist Many thanks goes to Loretta from Simon Schuster for sending me this book for review This book was received free of charge in exchange for an honest review My Rating 4 5The Haunted opens up with Abbey heading back home to Sleepy Hollow She is still dealing with her friend Kristen s death, and her relationship with Caspian She is back to her perfume making and is trying to figure out what exactly is going on with Caspian, and herself Abbey is a formidable character [...]


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