In the second book in the Medium Trouble series, Ghost of Truth, Alice Winters tells another story of navigating the supernatural world as a young LGBTQ+ person. This time around, she introduces readers to her friend Jaya, who is dealing with her own set of spirits and otherworldly creatures. As they work together to solve Jaya’s case and protect their loved ones, both girls come to better understand themselves and each other.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for young adults and older who enjoy LGBTQ+ themed books. It is a fun, light read with supernatural elements.
- LGBTQ+ protagonist and support character
- Fun, fast read
- The plot is very predictable
- The characters are two dimensional and boring
- It’s just not that interesting
Learn more about the author
Alice Winters is a queer writer and artist whose work focuses on the intersection of LGBTQ+ experiences and the supernatural. She lives in California with her partner and two cats.
“Ghost of Truth is a fun and exciting read that will keep you on your toes. Alice Winters has created a rich world full of diverse characters that I truly enjoyed getting to know. I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next!”
“Absolutely loved it! The story was engaging and flowed well. Alice Winters has a great writing style that makes the reader feel like they are right there with the characters.”
“Ghost of Truth is charming, heartfelt, and immensely enjoyable. Alice Winters has a real gift for storytelling, and I can’t wait to read more from her.”
“A warm, welcoming story about two girls discovering their own power and each other. Ghost of Truth is a fabulous follow-up to Medium Trouble that will make you fall in love with its characters all over again.”