Through Her Eyes by Jennifer Archer

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Every ghost has a story to tell.

The last place Tansy Piper wants to be is stuck in Cedar Canyon, Texas, in the middle of nowhere, with a bunch of small-town kids. But when her mother decides to move to the desolate West Texas town, Tansy has no choice but to go along. Once there, Tansy is immediately drawn to the turret of their rickety old house, a place she soon learns has a disturbing history. But it's the strange artifacts she finds in the cellar—a pocket watch, a journal of poetry, and a tiny crystal—that have the most chilling impact on her.

Tansy soon finds that through the lens of her camera, she can become part of a surreal black-and-white world where her life is intertwined with that of mysterious, troubled Henry, who lived in the same house and died decades earlier. It seems their lives are linked by fate and the artifacts she found, but as Tansy begins spending more and more time in the past, her present world starts to fade away. Tansy must untangle herself from Henry's dangerous reality—before she loses touch with her own life forever.


About Jennifer Archer

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Jennifer Archer moved twenty-three times before her eleventh birthday-and one more time at the age of sixteen. An avid reader no matter where she was, Jennifer has always felt at home in the pages of a good book. She is also the author of Through Her Eyes, as well as several novels for adults. You can visit her online at
Published April 5, 2011 by HarperCollins. 389 pages
Genres: Romance, Horror, Young Adult, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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The story’s preface, written from Henry’s ghostly point of view, makes it clear that Henry wants to trap Tansy in his past.

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Tansy becomes increasingly intrigued by Henry's story, and she is stunned when her camera's viewfinder shows her black-and-white images of moments that have long passed, moments that include Henry.

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