Monday, April 1, 2013

To Kiss A Ghost (The Hungry Ghost 2) by Becky Pourchot

The Quick Of It - A great story that will make you laugh, smile, and cry as you cheer for Gala in her new mission

Long of it -

First things first. I love the prologue. Since I haven't gotten to read the first book, I'm at least not totally clueless due to the short yet detailing explaination of the first book.
I also like the apparent time and research Becky put into learning aura color meanings and other aspects most people don't notice.
I can sympathize with Gala more than I'd like to in the aspect of ghost communication.
I really started getting into the book around chapter four. The part with the Captcha really had my skin crawling!
Gala at first comes off as annoying and a little selfish. I get that the ability is annoying. I get that more than I should, but she seemed to make a whole lot of decisions she shouldn't have and for selfish reasons. Luckily she got into the swing of things rather quickly.
I loved the ghosts being tied to their places by their own things. From what I've researched on spirits some actually do get bound by objects and will be forced to go where the object is.
I really liked Roy. He was clumsy and funny but really sweet at heart.
I loved how the story can send chills up the spine..but at the same time still be okay with letting your tween read it.
I promise any lover of the paranormal will laugh, smile, and cry while reading this book.. I give it 4 of 5.. It would probably 5 if I'd had a copy of the first book.

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