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A Certain Slant of Light by Laura Whitcomb
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Jan 11, 2009

Read in February, 2009

If you thought you had problems when it comes to love, then get in line. Because the characters in Laura Whitcomb’s A Certain Slant of Light have got it much worse. For starters, she’s a ghost. More like a vapor, or a wisp maybe. As for him, well, he was a ghost and then he stole a body, but hey, he’s not a thief because the previous occupant had already vacated the body. Anyway, he can see her and she can see him. And once he lays human eyes on her and once she lays ghost eyes on him, she knows she’s gonna need a body too. Because you can’t really kiss a ghost or a vapor or a wisp. She finds a body she can take, but oops…Maybe it wasn’t the right body to take since the new girl’s parents are pretty wacko. Anyway, the long and short is A Certain Slant of Light is full of complications, conflict, drama, lust and love. All the makings of a good read. Oh wait, add more thing it’s full of — ghosts! Which makes it a winner for me.


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