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Charlie is like most high school freshmen: prone to embarrassing moments and little experience with the opposite sex (okay, none). Thank God his older brother can guide him through it all. Well, sometimes. The dead can’t visit on a whim.

DeAndre’s visits are the only things keeping Charlie afloat as he navigates his teenage years. But this blessing is also a curse, strainin
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Published May 13th 2019
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May 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
Charlie's brother DeAndre has died, but as he begins high school, he still has him to guide him. DeAndre still visits his brother and Charlie is the only one who can see him. They don't know how he is able to come back and visit, and DeAndre is confused about the rules or the fact he really is only "awake" when he is visiting his brother, but he's a comfort to Charlie regardless.

Charlie meets Samantha, and for a first relationship, things seem to go good for them. I think she is good for him and
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Aug 06, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Charlie seems like the perfect high school boyfriend. It was an easy read, did get me in my feels a couple of times.
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