Ghost Flower

Ghost Flower

Book - 2012
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Eve is a runaway with a shadowy past. Bain and Bridgett approach her as Eve is working at the Starbucks on the outskirts of Tucson. They want Eve, who looks exactly like their cousin Aurora, who disappeared three years ago, to stage Aurora's dramatic return, fool the family, and get the money Aurora is due to inherit and split it with Bain and Bridgett. Eve slips easily into the role of Aurora until the ghost of Eva's friend Liza, who died on the night Aurora disappeared, says that there is more to her own death than anyone thinks. And is Liza's ghost there to protect Eve, or does it have an agenda of its own?
Publisher: New York : Razorbill, c2012
ISBN: 9781595143969
Branch Call Number: YA FIC JAF
Characteristics: 358 p. ;,21 cm.


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Jun 01, 2013

It was a really great book. I literally read it in one night, i could not put the book down no matter what. If you love mystery and suspense you should definitely give the book a go.

Jul 24, 2012

This is a really interesting mystery/ghost story. I loved it! The one criticism is the "romance" which is awkward and seems to be added as some weird afterthought. She should have left that out and kept it a creepy mystery!

Sabrina Rabideau
Jun 12, 2012

Loved it! It was so good, and I hope there will be a next one. I'm sad that he one guy I liked turned out to be the creepy killer... Just great.

Hathor Jun 06, 2012

The main character, Eve, has a spotty memory of what happened to her. She is an exact copy of Bain and Bridgett's cousin, Aurora, who disappeared. However, it all goes wrong when the person who killed Aurora's best friend, Liza, starts coming after her as well. It is suspenseful, romantic and the characters are well written and realistic.

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