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Being dead isn’t as easy as you think.
Tied to the cemetery where her remains came to rest, the ghost of Zoey Harris is stuck. The only bright spot in her miserable afterlife is that every October she gets to visit her daughter. It’s typically a quick fly-by to see what costume she’s wearing for Halloween, but this year the five-year-old can not only sense her mother’s essence, she can see her. The adventure begins when Zoey grows more confident in her newfound haunting abilities and decides to sneak a peek and see what her husband has been up to.
Until death do us part was all Caleb promised. To have the specter of his dead wife reappear the moment he find the courage to take off his wedding band is the stuff nightmares are made of. Their daughter loves it when Zoey drops by each fall, but he’s tired of the sadness and grief. Caleb needs more…even if it means chaining Zoey to her headstone for all eternity.
What a surreal story!
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book. I've loved everything written by this author. This book is no exception. But it's like nothing else I've EVER read. I was on the verge of tears or crying during the whole book. There actually were some funny parts when Zoe the ghost's brother-in-law Brian, made horridly snarky comments to her or threatened to punch her. Zoe could be seen by her 5year old daughter Amy, her husband Caleb and her brother-in-law(after she nearly got him killed). Zoe came back every year in late October for Halloween to see Amy's costume. Zoe was killed in the accident she and her family were in 2 years ago. She hasn't been ready to go. It seems maybe her family is ready to move on. That's what makes the whole story so incredibly sad for them all and for me to read. It was excellent and difficult to put down and difficult to read. And yet also heartwarming and heartbreaking to read. Such a delightful dilemma.