16 Following

Turning Page Books

Book blog here. Book Twitter here.

Currently reading

Moll Flanders
Daniel Defoe, Paul A. Scanlon

I Heart You, You Haunt Me

I Heart You, You Haunt Me - Lisa Schroeder Okay, so I really went out on a limb buying a novel that is written in verse rather than prose. I was pleasantly surprised, however, that I loved it. The story is so sad but also touching. I think it has a unique yet accurate (aside from the ghost aspect) depiction of grief and loss. I was not really one for poetry before this novel, but for years I had it sitting on the shelf of my side table next to "Speak" by Laurie Halse Anderson. This book meant that much to me. I haven't yet read Schroeder's other books, but I certainly plan on it.