itle: Invisible Ghosts
Author: Robyn Schneider
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Release Date: June 5, 2018
From the bestselling author of Extraordinary Means and The Beginning of Everything, comes an interesting romance.
Rose Asher’s brother died when he was fifteen. Rose, sixteen now, has surpassed him, but still see’s him everyday. Yes, Rose sees ghosts, and is content to watch Netflix with her dead brother, as long as it means she can see him. However, when a childhood friend moves back to town, Rose begins to gravitate back to her second grade friend group. But when hanging out with these old friends begins to pull her away from Logan, Rose has to choose. Ghost brother, or the friends, and boy who make her feel alive.
Invisible Ghosts was an amazing read. Though I initially thought that it would be more sci-fit than romance, the ghost sightings were more normalized, and it was definitely more romance. However, though unrealistic that ghosts could be seen in real life, I loved the connection between Rose and Logan, and the sibling bond. I also loved how much you could see both characters grow away from what they had known for so long. I would definitely recommend it, and for ages 13 and up.