I realize that books with paranormal/magical realism/vampires/ghosts/etc. are in vogue right now. The good ones use their trans-reality elements to enhance the story or deepen the relationships. The bad and/or mediocre ones use them to titillate/frighten/astonish/etc. Sadly, "The Girl Who Chased the Moon" falls into the latter category. If you're into the genre, you'll probably like it. Or even if you like characters who get themselves into trouble by doing stupid things the novelist can get them out of, especially if it involves graphic descriptions of promiscuity, you'll probably like it too. Whatever algorithm Amazon used to suggest I would like this kind of adolescent bumbling needs some really serious tweaking.