When sixteen-year-old Paige Preston and her mother relocated to Dead Lake, Michigan, they were unaware that a seventeen-year-old previous resident of their house had killed himself by jumping off a cliff into the lake six months earlier. But was it really suicide?
Noah Snyder is a ghost. At least he thinks so. Only he's not sure how he died. He recruits the cute Paige to help him get to the bottom of the mystery so he can move on. Before he died, Noah was the captain of the boys swim team and popular at Dead Lake High School. He had also suffered from depression after losing his father when Noah was just a boy.
Paige, who had initially believed she was dealing with an imposter Noah, is stunned to find out that he is a real ghost and that there were more than a few people who may have wanted him dead. Being attracted to a cute teen ghost is no small feat as Paige tries to adjust to life in a new town and help unravel the mystery of his death. In the process, she soon finds herself in danger, as someone wants to keep a deadly secret at all costs...
©2013 R. Barri Flowers (P)2013 R. Barri Flowers
Great book! I also like to read/listen to books with her to engage in conversations about them. This book kept my attention.
I have not read the printed version so cannot comment honestly.
It has to be Paige. Making new friends at school doesn’t seem so bad for her when she meets her ideal boyfriend, ‘Mr Popular’ Noah Snyder. The only problem is, he’s a ghost!
This is something she is unwilling to believe at first, however eventually she has to accept that it’s true, he really is a ghost, and not only that but he actually used to live in her new home until he killed himself six months earlier. The problem is, Noah doesn’t know how he died and needs to find answers. So she sets about helping him to discover who killed this seemingly popular boy, and how it happened. However, as she endeavours to discover the truth, she finds herself unintentionally placed in great danger.
This is the first story I've heard read by Pamela Lorence however I thoroughly enjoyed her narration.
No but it was very enjoyable,
This is a really good story for teens and young adults especially, however, as an adult, I have to say that it kept my attention right through.
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