The Ghost and the Goth

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Disney Electronic Content, Jul 16, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 288 pages
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After a close encounter with a bus, Alona Dare goes from homecoming queen to Queen of the Dead. She's stuck as a ghost in the land of the living with no sign of the big, bright light to take her to a better place. To make matters worse, the only person who might be able to help her is Will Killian, a total loser outcast. More than anything, Will wishes he didn't have the rare ability to communicate with the dead, especially the former mean girl of Groundsboro High
 

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Alona has worked very hard to maintain a veneer of glamor, shine and popularity. Will can see the dead and it has lead his mother and medical professionals to believe that he has a mental disorder ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rosa.Mill - LibraryThing

Alona has worked very hard to maintain a veneer of glamor, shine and popularity. Will can see the dead and it has lead his mother and medical professionals to believe that he has a mental disorder ... Read full review

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Stacey Kade (www.staceykade.com) is the author of The Ghost and the Goth, its sequel Queen of the Dead, and the forthcoming Body & Soul. She lives in the suburbs of Chicago with her husband and three retired racing greyhounds. Look for her on Facebook and Twitter (@StaceyKade).

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