Ghost Talkers by Mary Robinette Kowal

Ghost Talkers

By Mary Robinette Kowal

  • Release Date: 2016-08-16
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4.5
From 6 Ratings
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“Powerful, laden with emotion, and smartly written.” —Brandon Sanderson, author of Mistborn and The Way of Kings

A brilliant historical fantasy novel from acclaimed author Mary Robinette Kowal featuring the mysterious spirit corps and their heroic work in World War I.

Ginger Stuyvesant, an American heiress living in London during World War I, is engaged to Captain Benjamin Harford, an intelligence officer. Ginger is a medium for the Spirit Corps, a special Spiritualist force.

Each soldier heading for the front is conditioned to report to the mediums of the Spirit Corps when they die so the Corps can pass instant information about troop movements to military intelligence.

Ginger and her fellow mediums contribute a great deal to the war efforts, so long as they pass the information through appropriate channels. While Ben is away at the front, Ginger discovers the presence of a traitor. Without the presence of her fiancé to validate her findings, the top brass thinks she's just imagining things. Even worse, it is clear that the Spirit Corps is now being directly targeted by the German war effort. Left to her own devices, Ginger has to find out how the Germans are targeting the Spirit Corps and stop them. This is a difficult and dangerous task for a woman of that era, but this time both the spirit and the flesh are willing…

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  • Exciting historical fantasy

    By theJBRU
    This exciting tale of mediums in WWI is more than just a ghost story. The intriguing tale follows our protagonist as she risks her very soul to do her duty and save that of her fiancé. With excellent attention to historical detail, a keen set of tools to describe the horrors of war, and a few fun cameos, the author envelops you in a world both familiar and strange. Recommended for fans of war fiction as well as those of romantic tales and anyone who likes a good ghost story.