"We all fall down. They call it falling for someone for a reason. ...Either way, you will carry the reminder of it forever. Whether it leaves a tiny scar or a permanent injury, only the future can tell."
My Rating: 9/10
Publisher: Little, Brown Company
Publication: July 2010
Page Count: 311 Pages
Age Range: Young Adult
Tonya Hurley had successfully (again) written a philosophical love story that all we non Dead-Ed kids that we can relate with! Read my review of Ghostgirl here and Ghostgirl: Homecoming here!
In Ghostgirl: Lovesick, Charlotte Usher finally gets a boyfriend in her Dead world; Electric Eric (who died when the lightning struck his guitar's amplifier).
Then Mr. Markov decided that they all have to go back to the living world, to do their job again. Only this time, Charlotte wasn't assigned to help Scarlet, her best friend.
In fact, Charlotte was assigned to be with Damen--the guy who Charlotte was dead for--and be his guardian angel.
So off they go--Eric helplessly watching Charlotte with slight jealousy while Charlotte envies Scarlet who is guarded by Eric.
But love blinds everyone--it makes you want to change your self just to be better (even though sometimes it's for worse).
Ghostgirl: Lovesick tells the story that love, in life or death, is always difficult either way.
What I love about this book: In between the chapters there's quotes and Tonya Hurley's original thoughts on love that shadows the coming chapters and it's really beautiful. Ghostgirl: Lovesick is also funny and sweet; always a good read for everyone who's in or out of love. ;)
What I dislike about the book: At the end, it's always "The end?", it kinda...confuses me, makes me guess if there'll be another book or not....
Tonya Hurley's Official Ghostgirl website
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