Bad Girls Don't Die by Katie Alender
First off, I'd like to recommend this book to you if you like ghost stories. I loved this book so much, and I think it may be in my top five favorite books of all time.
"I crept down the hall to Kaysey's room. Inside, the only light was a faint slant of yellow spilling in from the hall, illuminating a little display of threadbare rag dolls on the other side of the room. When my eyes had adjusted and the lumps of blackness had taken on furniture shapes, I began searching for her bookbag."
Warning: There may be some spoilers in here, but I'll keep it to a minimum.
This book is fantastic. I couldn't put it down, not for anything.
Dinner's ready? Be there in a minute.
Brielle, come with me to the store? Lemme finish this chapter.
There's a flaming cat outside my door? That's nice.
Personally, my favorite chapter was probably everybody's least favorite. It's the chapter where the doll is trying to get Shara to kill herself and and her daughter. Shara pushes Megan out of the door, overpowering the doll and saving her daughter.
Alexis, the MC is humorous, memorable also. I love her thought process and her obsession with photography. She isn't a girl you'll easily forget, and it isn't just because she has pink hair.
Kaysey, Lexi's sister, is the perfect mix of creepiness, charming little girl, obsessive freak, and bittersweet sibling. She's your average little sister, except for the fact that she's been possessed by an evil spirt, who's hell-bent on revenge, even if it means murder. Kaysey seems very real, so much that while reading the book, I wanted to save her. I wanted to smack her when I found she did something stupid.
The only thing I disliked was her relationship with Carter Blume. It does take a very long time to get anywhere. Sorry, hopeless romantic. *Cheesy grin*
So go out, grab yourself a copy of this book, and curl up on the couch and read it. When you get finished, tell me what you thought of it.