Reviewed by Tempest.
I loved the idea behind this book. Teenagers who were able to switch from ghost form to solid ones reminded me of Danny Phantom a show on Nick that my little brother used to watch. It was actually a pretty entertaining show, so I was looking forward to reading it. I was actually pretty disappointed however. While the story idea drew my attention, the actual execution of it did not. Within the first chapter I couldn't help but wonder when things would either 1.) finally pick up, or 2.) be over. The grammar was pretty bad, and because of it it was hard to buy in to any of the characters, or their cause. Another thing is that nothing really ever happened. All of the important scenes were cut too short and all of the unimportant ones were given way to much time. The car crash for instance in the beginning, I would have liked to see more to that. They bought into the whole, "You're now the Chosen Ones" way too easily. And then she just went home like everything was alright? I just couldn't get into it. If the writing style was done a little better then maybe the story would have had a flow to it. I do think though because this idea is such a good one that there is still a story here. The author should just take some time to flesh it out, and maybe work on improving her writing style a little. If that happened, I would try to read this again.