Mar 16, 2023

Books from the Backlog #22


Books from the Backlog is a fun way to feature some of those neglected books sitting on your bookshelf unread.  If you are anything like me, you might be surprised by some of the unread books hiding in your stacks. This is a fun meme hosted by Carole's Random Life in Books!


If I Stay meets the movie Ghost in this first book in a teen duology about a teenage-girl-turned-ghost who must cling to the echoes of her former life to save the people she left behind.

Ashes to Ashes is author Melissa Walker's sweeping, romantic, and emotionally rich story about the things that torment and tempt us, even from the Great Beyond. This book is perfect for fans of Die for Me and Imaginary Girls, and its breathtaking ending will leave readers anxiously awaiting the series conclusion, Dust to Dust.

When Callie's life is cut short by a tragic accident, she expects to find nothingness, or maybe some version of heaven.

Instead, her spirit travels to the Prism, an ethereal plane populated by the ghosts she thought were fictional. Here she meets a striking and mysterious ghost named Thatcher, who is meant to guide her as she learns to haunt and bring peace to the loved ones she left behind.

However, Callie uncovers a dark secret about the spirit world: The angry souls who always populate ghost stories are real, dangerous, and willing to do whatever it takes to stay on Earth, threatening the existence of everyone she ever cared about.

As she fights to save them, Callie will learn that while it may no longer beat, her heart can still love-and break.


Ashes to Ashes by Melissa Walker is another book from the good ol TBR pile that I still hope to read one day! I added this to my pile on December 31, 2013! That usually means sometime that week I added it! I didn't always add the book to my Godoreads shelves until that Saturday or Sunday thereabouts when I was working on my Stacking the Shelves post! After briefly skimming the synopsis I can definitely say I want to read it because GHOSTS! I love ghosty books and I feel like they are rare breeds even in the paranormal genre! I do have handfuls of them throughout, either read or to be read in my collections but I still feel like it's not enough! Lol.





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