It occurred to me that I should do a review roundup – I might have missed some. I’ll post the links when I find them!
Read Between the Lines says: Poltergeeks is exactly the sort of book I loved to read as a teenager; it’s magical and dramatic, laced with humour and appealing, relateable characters.
BCF Book Reviews says: There’s a good balance in the book, of humour, adventure, magic and darkness, and is highly recommended.
Serendipity Reviews calls Poltergeeks a dramatic page turning roller coaster that slipped in snippets of humour.
Death Books & Tea gives Poltergeeks five cups of tea to a story that’s full of phantoms, fantasy and fun. I really really want a sequel soon.
Every Book Has A Soul says of Poltergeeks “From the first sentence I was hooked and read this book in just under a day. I was not putting this book down for anything, until I had finished it!”
Serenity in Books says there’s “a lot of room to grow with this series and the potential for character and world development is there. This is a good building block for what could become a great series.”
The Tattooed Book says “The writing style flows easily and pulls you in to keep you turning the pages as quickly as you can.”
Sister Spooky says “Poltergeeks is a supernatural adventure with a snarky heroine that is so funny that I wish I was her most days.”
Melanie’s Book Addiction says “Poltergeeks is a great entertaining read that will please the fans of YA paranormal and urban fantasy.”
I Smell Sheep says, “This is an action/mystery story with a sweet romance woven in. What impressed me most was Cummings’s knowledge of magic and his use of it in this story. I don’t know much about magic, but I know when something doesn’t ring true and his system was very believable. Add fabulously written action scenes and you have a fast-paced kick-butt story.”
STARTBURST Magazine says, “Poltergeeks is absolutely everything you could possibly want in YA fantasy. 9/10 Stars.”
Fresh Fantasy Fiction says, “Poltergeeks is awesome with sauce on! It has ghosts plus witches – what could be cooler?”