Start your review of The Ghost of Thomas Kempe Write a review Shelves: read-authors-i-l , children-s-and-ya , ghost-horror-supernatural , humour , childrenss The Ghost Of Thomas Kempe was written in by Penelope Lively, an English author of both childrens and adults books. This one can certainly be enjoyed by adults, although it is aimed at readers of around nine and over, and the protagonist is a young boy. The Harrison family have recently arrived in the village of Ledsham, to live in a traditional stone cottage called East End Cottage. They are having some renovations done, to open up one of the childrens bedrooms.
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Which is their new home. Everything was fine, before James did something unexpected. The incident began when James read the spell written on a mysterious signboard outside their home, until he found a mysterious glass bottle behind their house, then he opened it. So, from that ghost Thomas Kempe is free from the bottle. Accidents and mysterious events plague the neighborhood. The incident caused the ghost to follow him and disturb his friends and neighbors around him.
The real culprit is Thomas kempe. One day, an individual named Bert Allison came to James asking the problems he was facing. James tells everything he does and what happens to him. After hearing, Bert wants to capture the ghost. Finally, the ghost was captured by Bert. But I suspect that I was reading it entirely because the ghost was released by James one of the new homeowners. This story has attracted me to know the next story after the phantom has escaped. The ghost follows James and disturbs the people around him, causing James to be hated by the people around him for treating James who interrupts the disorder.
The disorder continues until an individual has helped him capture the ghost. The ghost, following the individual who had let go of it and made the individual hated by the people around him. Honest recommendation Honestly, i will recomend this book to other. After reading this story, the reader is eager to be responsible for what he or she has done in terms of good or bad being made.
In this story, James tries to solve the problem he has committed to freeing the ghosts. His attitude of responsibility comes after an individual helps him.
The Ghost of Thomas Kempe