Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Ghosting by Edith Pattou

Today, I bring you a review of a different sort in honor of the blog tour for Ghosting by Edith Pattou. 

Maxie -
Old, yet new.
Pretty, desirous, artsy.

Faith -
Emma's little.
Sweet, innocent, good.

Anil -
Different.
Smart, athletic, conscientious.

Emma -
Popular.
Free, rebellious, indifferent.

Chloe -
Gorgeous.
Pretty, cheery, klutzy.

Felix -
Stoner.
Loner, struggling, excitable.

Brendan -
Jock.
Handsome, average, jerk.

Walter -
Cowboy.
Alone, confused, protective.

Eight teens.
One night.
Ghosting prank
turned deadly.

Pattou -
daring,
skillful.

Ghosting -
unique,
haunting,
beautiful,
worthy,
quick.

Leaves you
pondering,
desiring,
satisfied.

Read it.

Have you already?
Thoughts?
Reactions?

For more information, visit Goodreads or the author's website.

Thank you to BookSparksPR for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

6 comments:

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    1. Becca Lostinbooks ... Yes. The book is written almost completely in verse, and it really, really worked for me.

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    2. Cool! I really loved that style when I read The Lightning Dreamer by Margarita Engle. You'd probably enjoy it as well.

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    3. Becca Lostinbooks ... I will have to check that title out as well. Thanks for the recommendation!

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  2. I have this...I can't wait to get to it!

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    1. Patty Magyar ... When you do, it will be a quick read. I read it all in one day in a couple of hour spurts.

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