Wednesday, June 4, 2008

I Heart You, You Haunt Me by Lisa Schroeder

When Ava's fearless boyfriend dies in an accident. Ava blames herself. She isolates herself in her house.

When she notices the cold air around her and the dreams that feel so real and the strange things that are happening to her when shes alone. She realizes it's her dead boyfriend, Jackson.

Jackson keeps her from sleeping and from leaving her house because he can't go there. He's keeping her from having a life.

When she finally tells him to go, she knows when Jackson goes, all of her guilt will have to go with him.

This novel was told in verse. I thought the verse was good, the plot was good, too. Ava was lonely, and I felt for her.
This is a good read to read right before bed.

It was a little quick paced and short but the writing was great and I can't wait to read her newest book, Far From You, which comes out January 6th, 2009.

Read On!


  1. A ghost story in verse! This sounds interesting.

  2. I really want to read this book, it's not your ordinary story form what it sounds like! I absolutely LOVE the cover.

  3. it does seem like a different sort of novel and i really do want to read this at some point. i'm glad it was a good read for you!

    thanks for the review,

  4. This one had me with the title alone. Can't wait to check it out.
    Thanks for the review.

  5. I'm not so sure about the writing being in verse, but this sounds like an awesome book that I'll definitely have to read.

  6. I really want to read this one. Ever since I first heard about it I wanted to read it. I love books written in verse so I'm sure I'll love this one too. And the cover is awesome!

    Great review! =)



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