Year pub: 2009
Publisher: Scholastic Press
If anyone is going to compare this book to any other book I will definitely punch them. You know why? Because this book is nothing like how I thought it would be. Nothing like how I thought it would end. Nothing like how it would come to.
Bea moves to a new place and finds friends but there she meets the ghostly Ghost Boy, Jonah Tates.
Beatrice she was wonderful. Nicknamed Robot Girl on the Night Light radio show, she covered up emotions. And I was on her side right away. Jonah (AKA Ghost Boy) I loved him! The minute that Robot Girl met him, i loved him. He just felt so real, someone you could find in every school. At least one person who is the outcast, the loner. Every character was enjoyable, they felt real with a few cuss words here and there and Bea's crazy mom and professor dad. Tom Garber(y?) and his girlfriend statuses.
The idea of the Night Lights with people calling was interesting and I really enjoyed all of them. From Larry to Myra to Herb to all the others that called in. It really set something there.
And you know what? The ending!!!! Why?! Why?! Why?! Why did Jonah?!!!! Just... WAHHHHH!!!!!! That must have been the shocker of the life time. If looking for a happy kind of ending, look away, this ones for something that i get to enjoy, finally, sit down, and read, learning of Ghost Boy and Robot Girl. I just...I just....it just totally tore my heart out and in my mind, she does see him again.