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Posted August 13, 2013
I was given this book in return for an honest review through LOP
I was given this book in return for an honest review through LOP.
Basically, this is the story of a cranky, isolated 75 year old women named May who chokes on a piece of cake and dies. While when alive, she had pushed away the company of others, once dead, she finds herself for some unexplained reason drawn to helping another ghost named Penny. Penny is trying to help her daughter Chloe raise money to maintain the family house and continue her education. Through the help of some other geriatrics, they begin doing seances because May can communicate with both the dead and the living.
I struggled trying to finish this book. Not necessarily because it was a bad book, it just wasn't one I really got into. There were a few spelling issues, and one time I noticed that the character Martin was once referred to as Matthew, but other than that, the book was well written. This book just never lit my fire so to speak though. I didn't feel a connection to the characters or the story.
The book did have some funny moments though, and I like the way everything seemed to come full circle in the end as far as May's estate and who it went to
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