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Ghostgirl by Tonya Hurley Review


Ghostgirl by Tonya Hurley

Genre: Fantasy/Young Adult

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Ghostgirl is a very unusual book. Showing the true nature about high school --popularity rules-- and showing a bit of a dark theme with the main character (Charolette Usher) dying within the first few chapters, could lead people astray and have them revolted, but with each chapter the book grips the reader because they want to know what it take Charolette and the Dead Ed students to "move on."

I enjoyed the book because I've always liked some strange book, and, at that moment, I was tired of dragon books. When I explained what it was about to some people they would look at me like I had arms coming out of my head. :] There is a sequel too it, but I have not read it yet.

I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a little bit of unusual or to anyone who's bored with the genre they have been reading.
/ [*Phoenix*]

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