The Ghost of You

The Ghost of You Review

Emmy has everything she’s ever wanted: a hot boyfriend she adores, great friends, a promising future, and even a well-connected family. But one night rips it all away.

A car accident shatters her world, claiming the lives of her twin brother and her best friend. In the wake of the accident, her friends drift away, her family falls apart, and her boyfriend cheats.

The grief is more than she can handle, so she finds escape at the bottom of a bottle of painkillers. Taking the pills makes her brother alive again, if only in her head. Seeing and talking to her brother as if he were still alive is the only thing that keeps her going. Until Logan King moves to town.

Logan sees past the mask of pristine popularity she wears in public and he’s the only one who can tell she hasn’t moved on. His uncanny ability to read her forces her to open up and she starts to fall for him, no matter how unwilling she is to admit it. But Emmy isn’t the only one keeping secrets and when a close brush with death sparks events that bring everything to light, Emmy will have to decide what’s more important: learning how to forgive and move on, or holding onto the pills and the ghost of her past.

"A lovely, haunting, captivating tale from the first page to the last. It grips your heart and keeps it until the very end." - Natalie Decker

Title:The Ghost of You
Edition Language:English

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    The Ghost of You Reviews

  • Kim at Divergent Gryffindor

    Emmy has the perfect life - perfect grades, friends, family and boyfriend. But when her twin and his girlfriend dies in a car accident, everything goes astray. She takes pills to "see" her brother, he...

  • Julia

    THE GHOST OF YOU is a haunting and captivating YA novel about loss, grief, and how every person deals with the demons of their past differently. It's a beautiful and gripping story that had me hooked ...

  • Natalie Decker

    A lovely, haunting, captivating tale from the first page to the last. It grips your heart and keeps it until the very end....

  • Jess at Such a Novel Idea

    This review originally appeared on Such a Novel Idea.I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This did not affect my opinion in any way.4.5 / 5 starsI’ve read a lot of books ...

  • Bri

    What I liked: I liked seeing how Emmy changed over the book. It's clear from the chapter after the funeral for her twin how she's changed. It's in the way she talks, the way she acts. Yet despite all ...

  • Sarah LeBlanc

    Powerful. Heart breaking. Emotional. Affecting. Compelling. These are just a few of the words I would use to describe this amazing book, which had me crying in bed at 2am. Crying like a complete and u...

  • Lynda Dickson

    On the eve of their junior year of high school, Emmy loses her brother Derek and his girlfriend Jess in a car crash. Unable to cope with his loss, Emmy turns to painkillers, which literally allow her ...

  • Kim Person

    I adored this YA romance ~ but so much more. I don't know what it is but YA is so much more angsty and seeing that my YA, heck even NA, years are well past me perhaps I'm able to stand back and gauge ...

  • Nicole

    4.5/5I enjoyed this one way more than I thought I would! So intense; I couldn't put it down!...

  • Raven Desroches

    This book was such a wild ride, my emotions are everywhere but I loved The Ghost of You so much. Definitely recommend it. Full review to be posted Feb. 24th :D...