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Active Dreaming: The Key to Power by Robert Balthazaar

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There are protection spells in it. ” I thought of the skull and nodded, wishing for some of that spiked tea I’d had last time I was here. “I kind of figured that. ” Mrs. Casnoff’s lips puckered a little. “Don’t be ridiculous,” she said. ” She might’ve been a little more believable if her eyes hadn’t slid away from mine as she’d said that, but before I could press the issue, Dad tossed the folder down on Mrs. ” Nice to see where I got my snarkiness. Of course, that seemed to be all I’d gotten from him.

And, of course, Elodie might still be alive. “I’ll send her a letter tomorrow. Oh! Or, duh, I can call her. ” Jenna perked up. “Really? What kind? Can we download music and—” She broke off and shook herself. “No. Do not try to distract me with shiny, sexy technology, Sophie Mercer. Promise,” she said, squeezing my arm. I held up my hand and did what I thought was the Girl Scout salute. Or it could have been that Star Trek thing. “I solemnly swear to tell Mrs. Casnoff that Elodie’s ghost looked at me.

Actually, I knew I should have. If I’d told her about Alice when she first appeared to me, maybe Elodie wouldn’t be a ghost. It was a thought that had burned at the back of my brain for months, and here I was making the same mistake all over again. Before I could think about that any more, Mom wrapped her arms around me. We were about the same height, and I could feel her tears at my temple when she said, “I’m going to miss your birthday next month. ” My throat was so tight that I couldn’t speak, so I just hugged her closer.

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