Armed with a sack of flour, Sanderson is willing to do battle with the ghosts that are slaying people in Farnham. But being willing does not necessarily mean being successful, and sometimes even successes don’t turn out the way one expects. Read how Sanderson tries to cope with the ghosts in chapter 11 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, “In which Sanderson’s victories bear strange fruit.”
If you’re not already reading my Christmastime ghost story, you can start here. A new chapter is going up every day, so far, and the story should be finished by December 24.
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