The dead are still with us,
in memories, special places,
or in person…
Yeah, older brother Logan isn’t moving on, stuck at age 15 and only visible to Rose as she grows up and goes to high school. He’s not a very happy ghost.
When Jamie moves back to town, Rose decides that participating in the world of the living again may be okay.
Logan does not agree, and when Logan’s unhappy, things start going wrong, very wrong.
By the author of Extraordinary Means (recommended here).
Ghosts, special psychic gifts… what do you think?
Book info: Invisible Ghosts / Robyn Schneider. Katherine Tegen Books, 2018. [author site] [publisher site] Review copy and cover image courtesy of the publisher.
My book talk: Only Rose can see the ghost of her big brother, and as she begins her junior year, the California teen realizes that he’s not happy that she’s grown older without him, and an unhappy Logan is dangerous indeed!
Mom and Dad told them to look out for each other, and Logan takes this very seriously, even after his death four years ago from bee stings, especially since Rose’s friend Jamie just moved back to town, grown-up and handsome and still funny.
Jamie fits right in with the theater crowd, nudging Rose from the ignored edge of high school cliques into actual conversations with classmates.
And Jamie can actually see Logan… and Logan doesn’t like him hanging around Rose!
If Logan only knew what Jamie can do to ghosts…