I haven’t read such an exaggerated book in a while. Alona, the ghost, is a b.i.t.c.h. Unsympathetic and way too caught up in her own drama (which really isn’t that bad), she isn’t a relatable character. And Will? OK, he’s more relatable but I have never seen EVERYONE (including the principal) out to get you. It’s way too cliché.Thankfully halfway through the book something changed. I giggled –twice – but it still wasn’t enough for me to really get into the book. It’s just too unbelievable and has no relatability to carry it through.This book is an ehhhhhh read. Like it or leave it. .... Please click for the full review.