Ghostgirl is a really cool book! I remember picking it up at Wal-Mart and really liking the cover, then I flipped it over to read the back and was even more intrigued, given that the back summary was only a few sentences long! So I got it with not much to go on but was very excited to read it. The book reeled me in and I finished it fairly quickly!
Ghostgirl is a five book series, books four and five are written in Spanish, that of which I don’t speak, so I only have the first three. After I read the first book and really liked it, my parents had given me the next two books as a gift (I can’t recall if it was for my birthday or Christmas, just that it was a gift)
Books two and three were also good but I’ll save them for another day.
Each chapter page is pretty cool too, because there are quotes written on them, some being song and poem excerpts, quotes from the characters themselves and other real life poets.
I think it’s a good book for young adults who want to read something that they can kind of relate to as far as feeling invisible and want to know if it gets better (Psst, it does!)