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Be glad in the Lord and rejoice! Psalm 32:11



Saturday, August 28, 2010

Rockin' the Reviews once again! Spooky Little Girl by Laurie Notaro

Had a horrible computer week with my beloved laptop dying - but I'm back up and running with a brand, spanking new desktop and I'm ready to rock the reviews once again!

One of the most clever, imaginative books I've read in a while is Laurie Nataro's SPOOKY LITTLE GIRL! It is just a delight -



Lucy Fisher has lots of plans for straightening out her life – too bad she’s dead – but that’s not going to stop her from trying to make a difference!

In Laurie Notaro’s hysterical novel, “Spooky Little Girl,” death truly becomes Lucy as her stint as a fledgling ghost will mean the difference between going to her heavenly reward and being stuck in limbo.

Lucy’s life fell apart when she came home from her pre-wedding Hawaiian honeymoon for herself. She finds all her belongings scattered outside her fiancĂ©’s home, that she is being accused of embezzlement at work, and her life careening down the toilet with no brakes to be applied. She flees to her sister’s home in Flagstaff only to wind up on the losing end of an argument with a city bus. When she comes to, Lucy is shocked to find out that she’s dead, and enrolled in ghost school – where she will have learn how to go back and make a difference in order to go on to the next phase of afterlife.

So, with a little help from her dearly departed, also ghostly grandma, Lucy takes up residence at her former boyfriend’s house where Lucy is determined that she may be gone, but she certainly isn’t going to be forgotten – not if she can help it!

Part mystery/part paranormal and a whole lot of fun, “Spooky Little Girl” is one of the cutest ghost stories I’ve encountered in a long time. Notaro’s wicked sense of humor shines through in this creative tale, and is just a juicy, delicious delight to read.

Check out Laurie's website at www.idiotgirls.com for more information on this book and her other projects!


I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Villard Books.

5 comments:

Nikki-ann said...

I've never heard of this one before, but it does sound like a good read :)

Anonymous said...

I agree! I may have to check this one out!

Sharon's Garden of Book Reviews said...

It's really cute - hope you like it!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Sorry for your loss..... (death of a laptop)

The book looks good and your gushing makes me want to pick up a copy :D

Lisa R/alterlisa said...

Sounds like a deliciously cute book.