Rose Asher believes in ghosts. She should, since she has one for a best friend: Logan, her annoying, Netflix-addicted brother, who is forever stuck at fifteen. But Rose is growing up, and when an old friend moves back to Laguna Canyon and appears in her drama class, things get complicated.Jamie Aldridge is charming, confident, and a painful reminder of the life Rose has been missing out on since her brother's death. She watches as Jamie easily rejoins their former friends--a group of magnificently silly theater nerds--while avoiding her so intensely that it must be deliberate.Yet when the two of them unexpectedly cross paths, Rose learns that Jamie has a secret of his own, one that changes everything. Rose finds herself drawn back into her old life--and to Jamie. But she quickly starts to suspect that he isn't telling her the whole truth.All Rose knows is that it's becoming harder to choose between the boy who makes her feel alive and the brother she isn't ready to lose....
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Invisible Ghosts Reviews
I received an ARC of this book by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
3.5 ish stars
This book was a really interesting one. A ghost story meets a love story? Sounds odd but was a really compelling story. This book follows our main character Rose who believes in ghost, for one specific reason. Her brother, Logan, died a few years ago but is till alive to Rose. He is stuck at fifteen years old and is still able to interact with his sister. Things become more complicated when Roses ...more
I really enjoy Robyn Schneider’s writing and story-telling style, so it should come as no surprise to anyone that I really loved this book!
Rose has been living with a secret. She sees ghosts… more specifically, one, her brother Logan, who died at 15. Since his death, Rose has pushed aside anything and everything to spend time him. She’s stuck with a group of friends she barely tolerates and sees only at school, until a long-lost friend returns.
Jamie used to be the boy next door. They were frie ...more
It not only covered Rose coming out of her shell and but also difficult subjects such as moving and dealing with death, especially considering she blamed herself for her brother's death and his eventual ghost appearance. Rose fit right inside her old group of friends thanks to Jamie coming back and one thing led to another and not only did Rose deal with her invisible ghosts that were holding her back but also real ghosts, aka her brother Logan, who she outgrew and finally accepted that she need ...more
*An ARC was provided by Edelweiss and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.*
"And that's the part the children's stories never tell you. They never explain that it's okay to let go of things you once needed and find others to take their place."
I have loved Robyn Schneider books since I was an awkward, oddball sixth grader. I remember reading The Beginning of Everything and falling head over heels for her writing, her prose, and of course, her dedication to nerdy references and Doctor Wh ...more
"But then I'd learned that running away is the easy part: it's finding your way back that's almost impossible."
Invisible Ghosts was a short, sweet book that touched my heart and wouldn't let me put the story down. It's a perfect light summer read, with adorable romance and just enough of the supernatural to keep me hooked the entire time.
It's the story of a girl whose brother was killed years ago -- except he stayed behind as a ghost and waits for her every afternoon at their house, ready to ...more
This is one of those books which have an amazing theme, good characters, great relationships but the writing style messes things up.
I loved the relationship between the characters. Rose and Jamie were adorable but there were soo many loose threads. Also, there were soo many parts wherein the characters seemed too childish. For example, when Jamie fell down and dislocated his shoulder his first thought was to google what to do next. I actually thought he was being sarcastic until they started loo ...more
Every time I see Robyn Schneider coming out with a book I think to myself how I'm going to love it because she is so tumblr to me. Her books are infused with fandom life I simply can't resist. Sadly, there's always something missing and I don't end up enjoying them as much as I hoped I would.
I'm not rating and reviewing the book at the moment-I will do it after the release date.
this was amazing, it was everything i didn’t know i needed.
the only reason why this wasn’t a five star was that occasionally the main character was kind of annoying.