Teenage artist Amy Love feels someone in the room with her, even if she can’t see them—the goosebumps and hair prickles on her neck don’t lie. The most popular boy in school finally asks her out and now a ghost is following her on the date? So unfair.
Finally unable to take it anymore, Amy confronts her invisible stalker only to have him jump into her body to communicate with her. He’s Jonathan Miller, the teenage son of a famous cartoonist, who was in a recent car crash. Jonathan has somehow lost touch with the corporeal world and needs Amy’s help.
In order to get her privacy back, Amy teams up with Jonathan to find out what went wrong for him. She’s the only one he can count on and, as they search for answers, he turns out to be the one person she can trust. Before too long, their friendship deepens and so do other feelings. But how can she be falling for a boy she’s never really seen and maybe never will?
Great read by Susan Hatler
I love this book by Susan Hatler. I was surprised by the ending. Amy feels invisible to everyone in her life from her mom to those at school. At the her body is taken over by a ghost and her best friend does not realize it is not her in the body this feeling intensifies. She realized that he wasn’t evil and they said out on the quest to save him by finding his body. It is hilarious how people don’t believe her until he takes over their bodies. I would definitely recommend reading this book about love and looking at things from others perspectives.
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This book was fascinating. The characters came to life for me - excuse the pun! I could not put it down until I had completed the read. Thanks for your interesting spin on no one seeing you. This book could certainly help in today’s society of lost kids, to encourage that things are never as they appear, so look deeper, try to understand and be optimistic.
Jo A - Festus, MO.
I laughed, cried, it was an amazing read.