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Give Up the Ghost by Megan Crewe
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Sep 29, 2009

it was ok
Read in September, 2009

Let me tell you how excited I was for this book; YA supernatural books have been intriguing me for a while now. With so many different authors and mediums out there ghosts (which you can tell by the title is what this book entails) have been shown in so many different lights. Megan Crewe instead takes ghosts somewhere else, they're not trying to scare people or anything of the like instead they essentially watch them and that's where Cassie (or Cass) comes in they tell her the dirty on people and she essentially outs them when the times comes. But giving our generation penchant for reality tv, doesn't it make sense?

But she's approached by a fellow classmate for help in contacting his dead mother. But the book draws you in even though it's only around 240 pages, it's over before you really know it (and how I wished this book was longer).The characters are extremely realistic and you'll be booing for some and rooting for the others. And I really like the growth you see with Cass by the end of the book. All in all it's a very good read and I recommend it for anyone. Doesn't matter if they like Supernatural YA or realistic YA, this book will suit either one of them.
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