i loved this book. i read it in about a day (easy read) and the next day gave it to my friend to borrow it. she loved it and it brought tears to our eyes but it is absolutely an amazing book.
I Heart You, You Haunt Me
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Girl loses boy.
Girl gets boy back...
Ava can't see him or touch him, unless she's dreaming. She can't hear his voice, except for the faint whispers in her mind. Most would think she's crazy, but she knows he's here.
Jackson. The boy Ava thought she'd spend the rest of her life with. He's back from the dead, as proof that love truly knows no bounds.
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I was very surprised t...
I was very surprised to find that I enjoyed this book. It is a simple story, but the way it is written is what makes it so beautiful. It is poetry and prose and a very different writing style altogether. Though it is, of course (the title gives you a bit of a warning) a dramatic story about teen first love, it is not as sickeningly sappy as I expected. The shallow, juvenile feel to the book only serves to make the verse simplistically childish, in a charming sort of way.
This book, was a reall...
This book, was a really good quick read. I finshed it in one night, and thats not normal for me. I got so wrapped up in the characters and what was occuring that i felt like i was in the character's shoes, and i felt her pain about losing the love of her life. I could also relate to my own personal life.
I finished this book i...
I finished this book in one night. Well, being a novel in verse helped I guess, but I really enjoyed the story. It tells of a girl who feels guilty over her boyfriend's death, as she believes it's her fault(in my eyes it was, but whatever). They say that when someone dies with things left unresolved, they can't "move on" until they are resolved. Jackson cannot move on. Whether it be he can't or chooses not to, I'd think the latter. He visits Ava, almost haunts her, when she's alone, sad, but most commonly in her dreams, where they can touch and feel and speak. But soon Ava realizes that a relationship with a ghost might not work out... This book was fantastic. And that's coming from me, Miss I-Hate-Novel-In-Verses-Because-Of-One-Bad-Expirience. It inspired me to read more novel in verse, particularily by this author. I was so glad I read this. You have to!
Picture the one you lo...
Picture the one you love most in life taking a huge leap. Now, take that out of metaphorical land and push it into cold, hard reality. One that is cruel and makes it so your love doesn't come bobbing back to the surface, all smiles and stories; instead, you never see him again. When I was at the bookstore the other day, I saw this and was instantly grabbed by the cover. You aren't supposed to judge a book by it's casing, I know, but something about the girl and boy's clasped hands (and the boy's transparent arm) seemed to call to me. I read the back, gasped at the sad summary and peeled it open to look inside. Imagine my surprise in finding it was a novel-in-verse! I'm a huge Ellen Hopkins fan, so after I saw the formatting, I marched straight up to the check-out and purchased it. And, boy, I'm glad I did. This book was wonderful. It showed me a heartbreaking tale of a girl and her dead boyfriend and how, through it all, he came back to help her ease through her grief. It was a quick read too. So, if you're an Ellen Hopkins fan, or just like paranormal romances, I suggest you pick this up, read it, then give it a home on your bookshelves. You won't be disappointed.
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