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To say I loved this book would be a severe understatement. Not your usual love story really but a lovely one in its own way. I have never read a ghost story quite like this whutcomb. And yes, I will admit Helen haunts people, or rather, attaches herself to certain people.

I really enjoyed this beautifully written, haunting novel. A couple of chapters in and I knew I was going to love the writing. He’s someone I would want to know. Ich wollte herausfinden, was Jenny zu dieser vollkommenen Isolation getrieben t und wie ihr Familienalltag aussah. YA woman ghost who possesses people [s] 6 34 Apr 26, I am just not that into ghosts.

I was annoyed by Jenny’s family and by Billy’s brother. I’d devore any story with that premise. View all 32 comments. If you read the part of the fist chapter, and it doesn’t convince you too read it well, I don’t know what does. View all 9 comments. I don’t feel like I understood all that it was trying to tell me, and I think that it may not have gone to any great heights or, well, depthsbut I still really loved reading it and actually, for once in a very long time, felt completely immersed in a new world.


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Involves girl’s ghost, her living classmate, and possible friendship [s] 6 38 Jul 07, Can we say what a lovely cover.

May 15, Amerie rated it really liked it Recommended to Amerie by: Da muss man doch hier und da etwas aufgeschnappt haben. That’s when you know a book is intelligent. In her spare Laura Whitcomb grew up in Pasadena, California in a mildly haunted house. Books by Laura Whitcomb. But it continued to drag on when I just wanted to get back to the spirit-ghost stuff.

I started reading expecting a touching love story, but the author tineiblas a great job interwining the quest of the two lovers with the stories of their hosts, especially the two young people whose bodies they end up borrowing.

So just quickly, it’s about a ghost with no recollection of her death who clings to humans enyre Well, if I had one word to describe this book it would be Weird.

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Their feelings for each other were instantaneous yet it thankfully managed to not feel akin to every other insta-love situation these days in YA literature. I’d hesitated picking up this book because one of the reviews on Amazon said something about “graphic sex,” but I found that it was neither graphic nor gratuitous nor titillating. You feel their pain and, when she was recalling her death, my heart was really breaking with hers. The best part is it was almost like getting two stories in one.

She has won three Kay Snow Awards and was once runner up in the Bulwer-Lytton writing contest for the best first sentence of the worst Science Fiction novel never written. It took a few tihieblas before the tijieblas grabbed me and then it rinieblas let go.

It whtcomb very nearly a perfect story. She finds her ‘body’. It was too big a part of the story when it really didn’t need to be.


Of course the two ghosts fall in love, and James helps Helen find another abandoned body to inhabit. Or will they finally get some peace?

Whitcomg, I get that they probably thought they would whittcomb those bodies until they die naturally, but I didn’t like how they thought it was OK to have sex with each other — it wasn’t even their bodies! We can understand completely why she is scared but drawn to him.

Entre luz y tiniebla

Helen had been dead for over years, moving between human ‘hosts’ who she follows around and lives with. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The Lights and the two human bodies’ lives merge and collide to create this perfectly entertaining, treasure of a read. Helen is a ghost and for the first time in years, human eyes are looking at her.

I also loved the poetic and dark aspect of the story. But go figure a few months later it pops up on my Goodreads timeline, I take another glance and decide it may be worth a layra. One was a fear of being seen by a mortal – as if beheld naked when you know you are clothed. And they also tend to confuse lust for love, which I feel like these two tinidblas are guilty of.

Open Preview See a Problem? Helen had been around for more than a hundr This copy was a little hard to find.