A YA ghostly murder mystery with some twists and stars of Hollywood living. I thought it was a touch predictable but then it had me guessing the wrong bad guy a for a while so it wasn't cut and dry. The main characters where thinly developed but enough to carry the story. The adults were cardboard cutouts with no personality or awareness, thankfully they were hardly ever in the story. Overall it was a good audiobook, okay narration, entertaining.
I picked this up for the cover and the fact it was available from my library's digital system. I like reading a story blind with no expectations. I enjoy a book more when that way, surprise is my friend. I don't know if I would have enjoyed it as much if I had any idea what it was about.