Haunted

Haunted

Calexa Rose Dunhill died once, just for a moment - but now someone wants her dead permanently The shocking conclusion to Cemetery Girl by Charlaine Harris, no. 1 bestselling creator of Sookie Stackhouse, and Christopher Golden, bestselling co-creator of Baltimore. They call her the Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery, but most people think 'the Cemetery Girl' is just a story. In some Calexa Rose Dunhill died once, just for a moment - but now someone wants her dead permanently The shocking conc...

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Title:Haunted
Author:Charlaine Harris
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1848669631
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:120 pages pages

Haunted Reviews

  • Craig
    Oct 24, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

  • Daniel
    Oct 09, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

  • Julia
    Aug 13, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

  • Elizabeth
    Nov 30, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

  • Nickie
    Oct 07, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

    All of the Cemetery Girl books (The Pretenders, Inheritance, Haunted) were underwhelming to me. They had a lot of potential, but they moved too slowly in comic form. Each volume did have its own unique storyline that contributed to the compilation, but I think that the plot could have ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she?s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories st...

    The only disappointing part of this conclusion is the discovery that she comes from a rich family. That is not really a spoiler. I think I liked this rough and rugged girl who struggled with life. Being rich just seems to make it so much easier. But that's just my opinion at this momen...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review. I did not read books one and two, but since I was lucky enough to receive an ARC, I gave it a read. I don?t usually go for graphic novels, but I was drawn to the story. It was interesting, fast paced, and actio...

    I couldn't wait to read this graphic novel! I wanted to know how it ended. I still say it would have been better as a novel instead of a graphic novel but it was a fun read. I was on the edge of my seat while reading which only took me less than 30 minutes. Finally we have som...

    So not only does she inherit a great old house from an old woman, but turns out she's the daughter of some rich guy? I was hoping for something a little grittier. There is little real tension in the story. Others around Calexa die, but I never feared for her life. She seemed to get wha...

  • Katie
    Nov 07, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

  • Blodeuedd Finland
    Aug 11, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

  • Emily
    Dec 08, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

    All of the Cemetery Girl books (The Pretenders, Inheritance, Haunted) were underwhelming to me. They had a lot of potential, but they moved too slowly in comic form. Each volume did have its own unique storyline that contributed to the compilation, but I think that the plot could have ...

  • Yodamom
    Aug 11, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

  • GONZA
    Jun 14, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

  • A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol)
    Sep 23, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

  • Sara Thompson
    Jul 13, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

    All of the Cemetery Girl books (The Pretenders, Inheritance, Haunted) were underwhelming to me. They had a lot of potential, but they moved too slowly in comic form. Each volume did have its own unique storyline that contributed to the compilation, but I think that the plot could have ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she?s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories st...

    The only disappointing part of this conclusion is the discovery that she comes from a rich family. That is not really a spoiler. I think I liked this rough and rugged girl who struggled with life. Being rich just seems to make it so much easier. But that's just my opinion at this momen...

  • Ije the Devourer of Books
    Jun 10, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

  • Kyra Leseberg (Roots & Reads)
    Jun 05, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

  • Albert
    Oct 05, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

  • Christine
    Jun 09, 2017

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

  • Lora
    Nov 11, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

    All of the Cemetery Girl books (The Pretenders, Inheritance, Haunted) were underwhelming to me. They had a lot of potential, but they moved too slowly in comic form. Each volume did have its own unique storyline that contributed to the compilation, but I think that the plot could have ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she?s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories st...

    The only disappointing part of this conclusion is the discovery that she comes from a rich family. That is not really a spoiler. I think I liked this rough and rugged girl who struggled with life. Being rich just seems to make it so much easier. But that's just my opinion at this momen...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review. I did not read books one and two, but since I was lucky enough to receive an ARC, I gave it a read. I don?t usually go for graphic novels, but I was drawn to the story. It was interesting, fast paced, and actio...

    I couldn't wait to read this graphic novel! I wanted to know how it ended. I still say it would have been better as a novel instead of a graphic novel but it was a fun read. I was on the edge of my seat while reading which only took me less than 30 minutes. Finally we have som...

    So not only does she inherit a great old house from an old woman, but turns out she's the daughter of some rich guy? I was hoping for something a little grittier. There is little real tension in the story. Others around Calexa die, but I never feared for her life. She seemed to get wha...

    Challenge: Grinchathon Round 4 2018 - Book with pictures/illustrations (3). Also, my goal of completing/reading series up to date this month. Enjoyable read from an author whose Midnight, Texas trilogy I have read, True Blood series I have watched, and Aurora Teagarden episodes both my...

    As far as graphic novels goes this is done well. The art work was good as well as the story. We got all of our questions answered with this final book and it left us hopeful. This is the third book, you should read the first two first to get the whole story. ...

    I didn?t like the art - I hate it when characters who are supposed to be attractive are often drawn ugly. And the story is just kind of meh. ...

  • Moriah Venable
    Sep 15, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

    All of the Cemetery Girl books (The Pretenders, Inheritance, Haunted) were underwhelming to me. They had a lot of potential, but they moved too slowly in comic form. Each volume did have its own unique storyline that contributed to the compilation, but I think that the plot could have ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she?s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories st...

    The only disappointing part of this conclusion is the discovery that she comes from a rich family. That is not really a spoiler. I think I liked this rough and rugged girl who struggled with life. Being rich just seems to make it so much easier. But that's just my opinion at this momen...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review. I did not read books one and two, but since I was lucky enough to receive an ARC, I gave it a read. I don?t usually go for graphic novels, but I was drawn to the story. It was interesting, fast paced, and actio...

    I couldn't wait to read this graphic novel! I wanted to know how it ended. I still say it would have been better as a novel instead of a graphic novel but it was a fun read. I was on the edge of my seat while reading which only took me less than 30 minutes. Finally we have som...

  • Etienne
    Jun 05, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

  • Marta Cox
    Jun 07, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

  • Marta Cox
    Jun 09, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

  • Lady Alexandrine
    Jul 08, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

  • Marty Tool
    Sep 11, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

    All of the Cemetery Girl books (The Pretenders, Inheritance, Haunted) were underwhelming to me. They had a lot of potential, but they moved too slowly in comic form. Each volume did have its own unique storyline that contributed to the compilation, but I think that the plot could have ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she?s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories st...

    The only disappointing part of this conclusion is the discovery that she comes from a rich family. That is not really a spoiler. I think I liked this rough and rugged girl who struggled with life. Being rich just seems to make it so much easier. But that's just my opinion at this momen...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review. I did not read books one and two, but since I was lucky enough to receive an ARC, I gave it a read. I don?t usually go for graphic novels, but I was drawn to the story. It was interesting, fast paced, and actio...

    I couldn't wait to read this graphic novel! I wanted to know how it ended. I still say it would have been better as a novel instead of a graphic novel but it was a fun read. I was on the edge of my seat while reading which only took me less than 30 minutes. Finally we have som...

    So not only does she inherit a great old house from an old woman, but turns out she's the daughter of some rich guy? I was hoping for something a little grittier. There is little real tension in the story. Others around Calexa die, but I never feared for her life. She seemed to get wha...

    Challenge: Grinchathon Round 4 2018 - Book with pictures/illustrations (3). Also, my goal of completing/reading series up to date this month. Enjoyable read from an author whose Midnight, Texas trilogy I have read, True Blood series I have watched, and Aurora Teagarden episodes both my...

    As far as graphic novels goes this is done well. The art work was good as well as the story. We got all of our questions answered with this final book and it left us hopeful. This is the third book, you should read the first two first to get the whole story. ...

  • Jennifer
    Nov 16, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

  • Kristin Lansdown
    Sep 15, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

    All of the Cemetery Girl books (The Pretenders, Inheritance, Haunted) were underwhelming to me. They had a lot of potential, but they moved too slowly in comic form. Each volume did have its own unique storyline that contributed to the compilation, but I think that the plot could have ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she?s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories st...

  • Carol Pulsonetti
    Jul 03, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

    All of the Cemetery Girl books (The Pretenders, Inheritance, Haunted) were underwhelming to me. They had a lot of potential, but they moved too slowly in comic form. Each volume did have its own unique storyline that contributed to the compilation, but I think that the plot could have ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she?s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories st...

    The only disappointing part of this conclusion is the discovery that she comes from a rich family. That is not really a spoiler. I think I liked this rough and rugged girl who struggled with life. Being rich just seems to make it so much easier. But that's just my opinion at this momen...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review. I did not read books one and two, but since I was lucky enough to receive an ARC, I gave it a read. I don?t usually go for graphic novels, but I was drawn to the story. It was interesting, fast paced, and actio...

  • Chad
    Aug 03, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

  • Theediscerning
    Jul 21, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

  • Audrey Adamson
    Jun 29, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

  • Donna
    Sep 26, 2018

    The story here feels frenetic and kind of all over the place. It feels like it's wrapping stuff up that should have been wrapped up in the previous volume, things to do with Calexa's new life. The main thrust of the book, her family trying to find her and different factions trying to g...

    The end of the series with a bang. This has been a well done trilogy graphic novel series. The illustrations were very well drawn with easy to read emotions and actions. You could have followed the story without any words, to me that is a well done graphic novel. If you like ghost stor...

    After too long of a delay, Haunted closes out The Cemetery Girl Trilogy with a new artist, a new publisher, and ties up the loose ends and answers most of the lingering questions. The story is okay, though I thought going with the evil-stepsister trope was just a tad predictable. The s...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    I do not read many graphic novels a year so I am not sure, but at least here I have never come across the format of this one. It was like a trade paperback size? And I loved it! It was the perfect size for reading, much better than those bigger ones. I also came in at book 3, but th...

    It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel and I really enjoyed getting sucked into this one . The concept of this mysterious young woman with an unusual gift for connecting with the dead actually took a while to surface in this episode. What we primarily get is Calexa still in ...

    The Ghost of Dunhill Cemetery is back in the final installment of The Cemetery Girl trilogy. Calexa Rose Dunhill remains in hiding, fearful of the people who left her for dead and want to finish the job. A P.I. named Salazar has heard the rumors of a ghost living in the cemetery. He's ...

    Have to rate it to get it to stop appearing as a recommendation. After the ending of Sookie Stackhouse, will never read this author again. ...

    I was expecting something way more darker then that. Very casual aunty-thriller. And the facts that I get the book three for reviewing without having read the first two, maybe it have a part in me finding this story uninteresting.. Way too slow for me! ...

    4.5 *Book source ~ Library It?s been nearly three years (wtf?! That long?!) since I read the 2nd installment, but I had no problem picking up where the trilogy left off. Calexa Rose Dunhill, the Cemetery Girl, still has no idea who she is (she chose her own name) or how she end...

    This book brings the trilogy to an exciting finish! Calexa Rose Dunhill doesnt know her real name or who she really is. All she knows is that people have tried to kill her. She was left for dead in the cemetry where she now lives but someone is searching for her. Calexa is too frighten...

    ?Hunted? is a final volume in a trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. I haven?t read the previous volumes, so it was the first time that I heard about Calexa Rose Dunhill and her predicament. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Calexa Rose Dunhill is a young girl that was drugg...

    Haunted, book three in The Cemetery Girl Trilogy, ties the tale up in a fast paced and exciting ending that will leave some readers thinking "where the hell did that come from?" The ghost of Dunhill Cemetery or as she better known, the Cemetery Girl, has been long searching for her...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for providing me with a copy of this to review in exchange for my honest opinion. This is the third and final volume in a trilogy written by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse fame) and Christopher Golden. I picked this up on a whim because ...

    Curses to the book reviewing gods for only allowing me to turn up for this series at the third and final part, but what an enjoyable read it still was. Even as a newcomer you could pretty much follow the story, but with authors like this the recaps are light, and time wasted on telling...

    We finally reach the end of this comic in 3 issues that has been one of my favorite from the beginning. Calexa finds out what happened to her and gets her happy ending, which was the more important thing in my opinion. Finalmente arriviamo all'agognato finale di questa storia in tre...

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.5 of 5 I am not wildly familiar with Charlaine Harris' different supernatural worlds or characters. I've read a few of the Sookie Stackhouse books and a graphic novel or two based on some of her characters - such a...

    This graphic novel was hard to rate. So I'll leave a review and see what star number I come up with. This caught my attention because Charlaine Harris has some great supernatural ideas. I have also followed Christopher Golden since his Buffy the Vampire Slayer days so I knew he could ...

    I had really anticipated the ending, but it was a bit of a disappointment. Honestly, it concluded in such a rush, and I just couldn't buy how clueless people were or their motivations. Why would Salazar call Isabel? How did no one guess she was in it up to her ears? Wasn't that other g...

    This is the final book in the Cemetery Girl trilogy. It wraps the story up nicely... Calexa has no memory of who she is when she wakes up from her death in a cemetery. All she knows is that someone isn't happy that the job wasn't permanent. As she tries to recall her past, she is he...

    While the satisfaction of wrongs righted is potent, the resolution of the central mystery of the CEMETERY GIRL trilogy goes out of its way to insist that Calexa gains that and only that. It?s difficult to discuss without spoilers, but she?s in a place where she feels safe and happy...

    All of the Cemetery Girl books (The Pretenders, Inheritance, Haunted) were underwhelming to me. They had a lot of potential, but they moved too slowly in comic form. Each volume did have its own unique storyline that contributed to the compilation, but I think that the plot could have ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. A much faster pace than previous volumes and we finally see Calexa realize that she needs to reach out for help. I really saw in this volume how important the family she?s created during her time at the cemetery is to her life. Her memories st...

    The only disappointing part of this conclusion is the discovery that she comes from a rich family. That is not really a spoiler. I think I liked this rough and rugged girl who struggled with life. Being rich just seems to make it so much easier. But that's just my opinion at this momen...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review. I did not read books one and two, but since I was lucky enough to receive an ARC, I gave it a read. I don?t usually go for graphic novels, but I was drawn to the story. It was interesting, fast paced, and actio...

    I couldn't wait to read this graphic novel! I wanted to know how it ended. I still say it would have been better as a novel instead of a graphic novel but it was a fun read. I was on the edge of my seat while reading which only took me less than 30 minutes. Finally we have som...

    So not only does she inherit a great old house from an old woman, but turns out she's the daughter of some rich guy? I was hoping for something a little grittier. There is little real tension in the story. Others around Calexa die, but I never feared for her life. She seemed to get wha...

    Challenge: Grinchathon Round 4 2018 - Book with pictures/illustrations (3). Also, my goal of completing/reading series up to date this month. Enjoyable read from an author whose Midnight, Texas trilogy I have read, True Blood series I have watched, and Aurora Teagarden episodes both my...