What would you do if you realized you were a ghost but didn’t know why or how? Libby Grace is about to find out. She must figure out what happened and return to her body before she gets exorcised to the spirit world forever.
And not only is she a ghost, but she is the prime suspect of a murder. Could this get any worse for her?
Reader traverses through the story all through Casper’s eyes. Libby hones her ghost skills (holding her appearance to the living, possessing people, etc.) while trying to solve a murder and find her body. Some of the details as to how Libby can “phase through,” appearing somewhere else instantaneously was confusing. I also thought her being aided by a vampire was a little out of sorts. I mean, where do vampires play into all this? Well, we do have ghosts here.
But the fact of the matter is: Where is Libby’s body? You want to find out. I liked the ghost idea and knowing what it’s like to be a ghost. But the ending was a little unsatisfying. It was nice that we caught the murderer (won’t tell you who,) but Libby stays a ghost, which means the series continues in the next book.
There were also a few typos here and there, but, overall, this was a nice, little mystery.
My rating: 3 stars