Drupi Graff Graff de Diamond Bluff, WI , USA
Cute book with a feisty heroine. The book surprised me with a bit more violence than I was expecting, but it's not done in a distasteful way. It is a book about a girl that can see, talk and touch ghosts. Ghosts are dead people, so obviously they won't have all passed away peacefully in their sleep. Some will be angry. Suze's job is as a mediator and she helps ghosts move on in her own special way (often involving her fists). I guess I was expecting a little more from the book. This if the first Meg Cabot YA book other than Abandon that I've read. I wanted to know more about Heather and why she was the way she was. I realize that this is the first book of a series, so I know other characters will get filled out, like Jesse, but the book just felt a little light to me. But I still enjoyed the book and found Doc/Dave to be adorable, and it was nice to have an albino character in a book that wasn't there just for comic relief or as the villain. I really hope Meg Cabot has a new Heather Wells book in the works!