Surprisingly well-written for the cheesy content.
A teen story of how a ghost, who can remember nothing of her past finds her true story, and finds love.
Cliché cliché CLICHÉ : I see repeated themes of Seers and supernatural power in the novel. But thankfully Hudson doesn’t go into details. It is crisp and enjoyable.
This book has all the potential to be made a nice rom-com or a Tim Burton style animation, if handled properly.
I believe it is the first of the Hereafter Trilogy. This book as a stand-alone fares really well, story-wise and narration-wise.
An interesting and breezy read 🙂
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