The author, J. A. Templeton, is a good writer and I enjoyed the interaction of the teens in this book. I had some trouble believing the ghosts in the story. They were too solid and powerful. The story was a simple one, nothing very complex. It was a decent read.
I had to check out an Amanda Hocking book. The opening line of this book is a grabber. As for the main character, Remy. She's a good strong female character. Lazlo was a bit too weak for me. The story was fun. Didn't like the ending, but then I suppose I could read book two, except I don't really want to. I didn't care about Remy's brother until I met him. Then I really liked him. If I state the obvious I'll give away a spoiler, but, oh well. (stop if you don't want a spoiler) I mean really, if the brother has DNA or antibodies or whatever he may have than can save the world, wouldn't the powers that be grab the sister at the same time they took the brother because she's related? This book has some good stuff in it. Took me a while to get hooked. It will keep you reading.
Here goes . . .
I write novels. I've written screenplays, short stories, newsletters, business communications and articles. I'm not great at thank you notes. My sister is, but she doesn't know it. I'm not much for blogging. Don't have something to say worth reading everyday. But this is a blog and we'll see what turns up.