- File Size: 2966 KB
- Print Length: 268 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1772331740
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evernight Teen (December 18, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 18, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R75MVFS
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,693,900 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Cleo’s family situation was heartbreaking to read and I just wanted to reach through the pages and give her a big hug. The friendships she made were developed well and I think we all need a Rudy in our lives. His positivity and outlook on life was exactly what Cleo needed and it went a long way in helping her learn to forgive herself and heal.
She lives across the street from an eerie house with flickering lights—from a ghost, from a hermit, from someone who also has a secret in her past? Someone in Cleo’s circle desires to torment whoever is in that mysterious house, but Cleo wants to prevent that. There’s someone in there who can possibly help her heal, and maybe Cleo can do something in return.
The thread of secrecy throughout the book was quite intriguing. The novel is serious with a mournful tone, although there’s a light of hope in these pages. Cleo, her family, and the new people in her life can all get better, even when it seems like they’ve been through the worst. This is a satisfying YA read and a great addition to the author’s body of work.
As soon as the mysteries started to unfold with the protagonist's past and present, I was hooked. Cleo, the main character, is curious, emotional and mildly outgoing. Since we spent a lot of time getting to know her, she is easy to relate to. I suffered as she suffered through her little sister's death and abandonment by both her mother and father and even her grandfather at times.
When Cleo's curiosity about the house across the street starts to take over her life, she becomes more like a detective, opening secrets left and right. As the relationship grows with the strange woman who lives across the street, Cleo opens up more about her own devastating past. It is truly intriguing.
Throughout the book, Cleo has three friends from school; Ethan, Stacy and Rudy. It was nice to see how they all bonded, even though they had their differences. Ethan ended up being a jerk so when Cleo finally came to her senses and went for the good guy, Rudy, it made the book even more enjoyable.
All in all, I loved every character in this story and felt the pain most of them endured. When Cleo's dad finally returns home, I even cried! Now that is good writing!
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This plot was pretty interesting. Not quite exciting, not quite suspenseful, more… intriguing.Read more