Open Mic Night at the Westminster Cemetery by Mary Amato

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.

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