Liv has an unusual student job, working in a funeral home. But things get even stranger when after kids from her school get killed she start to be able to have conversations with the deceased.
At the start this was a very compelling read. I didn’t even plan on reading more than a few pages but before I knew it I was at page 90. I thought I would love the book and finish it really fast. However, after the very good start, it slowed down quite a lot for me. There were quite some moments where I couldn’t understand why Liv would be doing these things (as they were quite dangerous) even if she wanted to find the killer. Where the police was for the biggest part of the story, remains a mystery as well.
I quite liked the writing, and although Liv was a character with a lot of the not-so-popular school girl but somehow this super-popular-hot-guy is in love with me cliché I couldn’t help but feel sorry for her at times. I didn’t particularly liked all the prom drama, it seemed too over the top for me.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!