The Accidental Medium
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The narrative follows Tanz shorty after the events of the first book, The Accidental Medium as she learns to live with her unusual gift of talking to the dead.
The beginning did not hook me immediately, and I had to struggle through the first ten percent or so where we're introduced to Tanz' new acting gig, which reads like every contemporary British chick-lit romance beginning - a genre I don't tend usually to enjoy. Poor Tanz has got enough on her plate juggling trying to make her acting dreams a reality with the demands of supply teaching – a profession she is wholly unsuited to!Tanz knows that the past won’t stop pestering her until she has helped free whoever or whatever has chosen to haunt her.
I loved it and completely fell in love with the characters, I feel quite bereft now I have finished. Lucky for her, her spiritualist powers are getting stronger and she’s really learning how to use them to their full potential. Caroline Smailes on The Accidental Medium Spooky and hilarious and brimming with oddball characters, I love this book!Scenes that repeat alot, or are unnecessary to the main plot, unnecessarily dragged out scenes, or scenes that are way too short. When Tanz’s friend Milo invites her to a ghost walk around old Newcastle she goes along to please him, in spite of her vow to stop listening to the dead – even her late friend Frank.
The reader watches Tanz’s relationships grow and flourish, it’s a joy to read as you find yourself smiling at her many charming interactions.This is a book full of heart and how life can change, be taken away, or just become massively different whatever we want. She wrote her first novel, The Accidental Medium – a crime/horror/comedy tale about an alcohol-soaked, gobby, thrill-seeking actress who talks to ghosts.