Fantastic! Lacy wakes up in the Westminister Cemetery, not realizing that she is dead. She is the first person buried in the cemetery in decades and immediately thrusts the place into a silent revolution. Under the stern, watchful eye of Mrs. Steele, residents have been ruled and scared into sleeping. What started as a challenge, blossomed into a reawakening and honest uprising that helped all the residents.
I especially loved the final open-mic night when all souls are bared, and truth pours from all directions. I would have liked a different ending, but that’s only because I was not ready to say goodbye. The only downside to the book is Amato’s interruptions. It’s like watching a TV show with someone who asks questions during it or insists on chatting about this and that. Eventually, I just stopped reading the interruptions.
I didn’t want the book to end.