Vintage: A Ghost Story

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
In a small New Jersey town, a lonely teen walking along a highway one autumn evening meets the boy of his dreams, a boy who died decades ago and haunts the road. Awkward crushes, both bitter and sweet, lead him to face youthful dreams and childish fears. With a cast of offbeat friends, antiques, and Ouija boards, Vintage offers readers a memorable blend of dark humor, chills and love. More

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Review by: Fran W on Jan. 06, 2012 :
An excellent contemporary YA novel, with a very believable and likeable protagonist who has several problems: he's a goth high-school-dropout trying to find his place in the world; he's a closeted gay boy who's been kicked out by his family; he's a lonely teen who yearns for romance and a boyfriend; and he can see ghosts. The way the problems are intertwined, the unexpected twist in the goth/ghost romance, and the eventual resolution, are very well done. The lessons learned along the way are subtle but solid. And once you start reading you can't stop. This is one of the best YA novels I've ever read. Buy two copies, because you'll want to loan it to your friends.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Timothy Pruett on April 07, 2011 :
I rather liked this book. The plot was well developed, and the ghost was really creepy (without giving the plot away, that's about all you can say about him). The young guys in the book were quite believable and all around nice guys. I recommend the book to people who like ghost stories of this sort. It's a good read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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