Has a good blurb, but is actually mushy and dull. Didn't bother finishing it.
Everyone should read this book! It was so easy to read because it went between different time periods, and never lingered too long on one. It was amazing. Such a different perspective on our lives. Wow! The emotions were so real, we never really think about what feelings and emotions our lost loved ones might have, but this really got me. Wow. Read IT!!!
This is a novel about undying love beautifully told in flashbacks with a mystery at its core. On a hot July day in 1929, Raziela dies in a freak accident, leaving behind a grieving family and boyfriend and her own soul. She lingers by her family and friends until they can stand it no longer; her presence is overwhelming, and the pops of electricity that she creates accidentally become unnerving to her as well. When she finally does try to catch up, she has lost touch with her beloved Andrew and searches through the decades for him. What has he done with his life? And where is he now? These are two of many burning questions for a ghost that is trapped in a world that is populated by other souls that also must find their own way to peace. Raziela''s way, however, will only come when the conundrums of the last day of her life in 1929 is untangled.
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