Notes from Ghost Town
Pages no: 336
, Young Adult
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
If you fall in love with a character 2 pages after you meet him and then he is murdered and ripped away from you you get a fraction of the pain the poor protagonist is suffering from in this novel. Her best friend is murdered shortly after they shared their first kiss. Above all the heroine's mother...
This is hard to review because I don't feel like I connected very well with Olivia. This is a very sad story, and I didn't feel very sad watching her anguish. On the other hand, I thought her pain and confusion was very well done. Being torn between Stern--the dead boy she loved and Austen, a living...
I picked this one up thinking it was going to be really creepy and as exhilarating as the Mara Dyers. We have the teenage girl who thinks is going crazy, a ghost, even a murder! But even with all that this book turned out to be painfully average. I still don't get why Olivia goes colorblind, and whe...
This book was...interesting. I have so many conflicted feelings about this! On one hand it was amazing, with absolutely gorgeous writing, a likeable love interest, with a decent plot, but on the other hand it was predictable and didn't focus on the mystery as much as I would've liked. Not to mention...
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