New York Times bestselling ghostgirl author, Tonya Hurley, has credits spanning all platforms of teen entertainment including: creating, writing and producing. Starred Review. Grade 7 Up—Charlotte User, an invisible loser, dies just before enacting a plan to catch the cutest guy in school and achieve popularity. : ghostgirl: Tonya Hurley: Books. ghostgirl Hardcover – Bargain Price, August 1, by customer reviews. Book 1 of 3 in the Ghostgirl Series .
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Also, it made me laugh. I couldn’t really guess what would happen throughout the book, which I always like. Goofy, ghastly, intelligent, electrifying. Xmas Spirit Happy haunted holidays: The characters of Ghostgirl were stereotypical and superficial, I’m in high school and nobody acts like that! Then I started reading.
Ghosgtirl know there are two other books, and given my inclination to torture myself by reading hideous books just to finish something I began, probably I will end up reading them too in my spare time. Roberto Pulido marked it as to-read Nov 06, This is one of those very sad cases in which hurlet cover ends up being better than the book itself. No actual human connections to mourn the loss of?
Before she can rest in peace, Charlotte Usher must return to the tragic site of her death: It is for others to decide which it will be. It isn’t like we saw the dead kids working through the steps, and the only one they really covered in otnya book was letting go. Anticipate a well deserved cult following. Poor Charlotte chokes on a red gummy bear just before she leaves her first period physics class and dies. Its front cover is a heart shaped locket with Charrlotte blowing a kiss and a heart on her hand.
Other books in this series. In this satirical, yet heartfelt novel, Hurley explores the invisibility we all feel at some times and the lengths we’ll go to be seen.
Unfortunately she remains equally aloof from readers. But for now, this would make an excellent standalone book.
Diario de Ghostgirl
She’s the kind of girl no one would miss if she disappeared suddenly. On the one hand, teens are selfish people. Jul 09, Jackie “the Librarian” rated it did not like it Shelves: Charlotte isn’t giving up, though. I highly suggest checking this book out.
The cheerleaders are evil and dumb, the jock is goodhearted but stupid, and Hurley actually went so far as to say dead teenagers don’t worry about their parents because they’re all so self-absorbed. This is, to a lesser extent, a problem for the other characters as well. At least that’s what it said when she steamed open his pre-registration envelope.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It’s rather obvious, predictable, and full of American stereotypes. So, Damen and Scarlet are pronounced king and queen, and Petula pops up of nowhere with a spray tan Charlotte is determined to be noticed. Because of a gummy bear. I picked this up because I’d received an advance copy of the sequel, and I thought I should start the series at the beginning.
Diario de Ghostgirl by Tonya Hurley
Book ratings by Goodreads. If he couldn’t actually see her, he couldn’t object to her invading his personal space. So yes, the story per se doesn’t get more than a three.
It’s unfair to the many promising young-adult authors waiting in the wings that Hurley gets a second shot at the market after failing already, and some authors get no chance. It wasn’t supposed to make me laugh, but it did.
Victoria marked it as to-read Jun 16, In this case though, I think it was the book. OK, I’m done with my rhetorical questions now. Books by Tonya Hurley. To ask other readers questions about Diario de Ghostgirlplease sign up.