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
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.
*Disclaimer* An ARC of Invisible Ghosts by Robyn Schneider was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not effect my review in any way.
What I Liked
The unexpected paranormal. I don't know how I missed the fact that this book had a paranormal twist to it. I just assumed by the synopsis that Rose could see the ghost of her brother because that was the only way she knew how to cope with his death, but nope...she could actually see his ghost. This kind of threw m ...more
Not bad. The romance is nice, and the ghost element interesting enough, even if Logan’s character wasn’t that interesting. The highlight of this book for me was definitely the relationships and interactions of the larger friend group. Which is a pity, because it was about the fourth most important aspect of the book in terms of plot.
The real issue is that our main character just watches TV when she hangs out with the ghost of her dead brother. The unique aspect of this book, and they watch old r ...more
Note: I received a free ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Invisible Ghosts is officially my favorite Robyn Schneider novel. From start to finish, it was heartfelt, unusual, and surprisingly relatable. When Rose's brother, Logan, died years earlier and showed up as a ghost, Rose didn't question it. She missed her brother so much she ignored the fact she might be losing her mind, and spends all her after-school hours watching Netflix with her geeky ghost brother. But when Jam ...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
READ THIS!!! I love this book! I love the lightness of it and the values laden inside. It's a coming of age book that truly touches on school social clique, family, friends, love, acceptance, and personal growth. I really loved and enjoyed reading this book! This is something I'd re-read over when I'm on a vacation!
First, I love the main character, Rose! I was amused by her 'spurious correlations', it's interesting, funny and something new I learned too! I also understood her internal struggles ...more
I love me some Robyn Schneider. This book is fantastic - ghosts, love, and loads of nerdy references.