Finishing the novel of a long dead romance writer is intriguing enough, but finding out that his scratchy penmanship and dull prose are what she's meant to work with sets Nan up for an plenty of trials and opportunities to grow.
What I enjoyed about this story were the relationships that developed between the characters. In the beginning, the animosity between Nan and her resident ghost will keep readers chuckling. Their initial dislike for one another makes watching them change and develop all the more interesting. I enjoyed the character development in Ghost Writer quite a bit. I even was glad to see Nan develop a more caring attitude toward Mitzi, the little dog she never wanted but finds herself responsible for. Readers will enjoy meeting these characters and following their story.
Ghost Writer is available now from Amazon.
About this blog...
The Edible Bookshelf is a place to share thoughts about the books you're reading, good or bad. I love to read, but I don't want to keep good books to myself. Not to mention, I don't want anyone else to have to suffer through a terrible book. Nobody wants that! I read fast, and I read a lot (although lately much of my reading is teeth related). Plus I write, which means I might be a little more critical than other readers, but I also read books for enjoyment. I don't like books with holes in the plot, story lines only put in purely for shock value, or token characters thrown in to appease critics. What I do like are books that have realistic characters that make me care about them and stories that pull me in to the point that I can't put them down. So here's a place to find out what at least one avid reader/writer thinks about the books you've been hearing about. I'll give you my honest opinion, take it or leave it. And if you have a book you've read, or one you want me to read, pass it along. Happy reading everyone!