What do you get when you have a ghost story, a hunky guy laden with guilt issues and a murdering psycho on the loose? A story that will keep you reading long into the night. This book kept my attention from the first page and didn't let go.
What I Liked:
This story had characters that had flaws and were easy to identify with. The dialogue had spice and felt real world without being trashy. Yes, there is some language, but it is handled wonderfully and I didn't mind it being there in the least. The author did a masterful job of balancing the plot twists, character emotional development and story arc, all the while keeping my interest and at the end, practically screaming for more.
What I Didn't:
It ended. Dang. Could have done a few hundred more pages of Heath and his ghostly adventures. (hopeful crossing of fingers for more!)
This book is for teen audiences as there is language and mild sexuality involved. The plot is a mover and a shaker and you definitely see some character development as Heath deals with the aftermath of causing the death of his three friends and the horrendous feelings of guilt he is dealing with. Add to that a mystery laden ghost story and you have the elements of a well written story that will keep you on your toes and begging for more from this author.
And now for the interview!