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I particularly enjoyed Helen’s delight at the burst of sensations she experiences when as she discovers the touch and taste of certain things for the first time, as well as the sad, aching pull of her attachment to her human hosts.

This is not a “feel-good” story – whitomb unapologetically “heavy” and attempts to send a message.

I liked them well enough and I especially enjoyed their depth, but I wasn’t wholly invested in them for some reason. Ghosts are somewhere down near zombies on the sexiness scale, could I really become invested in such a relationship? The audio book is published by Listening Library. Still, the connection between these two lost souls is undeniable, as they are so well matched as lovers of literature, people of integrity, and most profoundly, as the ente known beings in that plane of existence.

A Certain Slant of Light

The concept of the story, in my opinion, was truly original. It’s more of a love story than anything else, but there is still a bit of suspense and mystery. Helen, on the other hand, possesses the body of a teenage girl who’s parents are extremely religious – right away we are introduced to the “abortion is murder” bumper stickers – they have prayer time and read the Bible every night before bed.


It is selfless and not overbearing. It’s sensational yet sweet, hair-raising yet unhurried – there were a few quotes I took special notice of but now regret not writing down.

The prose is lyrical and pretty without seeming overdone and silly. I did, however, wish Whitcomb had devoted more pages to the romance between Helen and James – but the time they did spend together was beautifully written.

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Jenny is only fifteen years old! It flowed so beautifully and was a real delight. It takes a while for the meaning of the story to become known. Her current host is a senior high English teacher, Mr. I smell mold, I hear the clock ticking, I see an empty chair. Ulz I’m positive I would have loved it no matter the scenario.

There was so much going on – Helen and James’s past lives and their struggle to fit into modern society, Jenny and Billy’s current lives, the spiritual side of the story, etc. I really hope that the sequel is good, I really want to know more about what’s happening to Jenny and Billy. Jul 15, Catie rated it liked it Shelves: The depth of feeling SM failed to achieve in pages of fluff prose is achieved by Laura Whitcomb in Thanks for telling us about the wyitcomb.

A Certain Slant of Light is unconventional in so many ways. The boy’s name entrs Billy, but he tells her his real name is James. She’s not a child and she’s been around for years, so she should be able to act more grown up about some things especially about what happened to Mr. whicomb


A Certain Slant of Light (Light, #1) by Laura Whitcomb

Open Preview See a Problem? And the whole meeting between Jenny and Billy at the end feels so contrived and forced.

Also, even though I’m not a huge fan of romantic story lines, I really like the one in this entrw. Helen and James are haunted by a few scattered and incomplete memories of their past and they must put the pieces together to remember who they are, how they died, and what holds them in this strange descargad. Jun 04, Emily May rated it really liked it Shelves: Like I said, this is not a YA book.

What a beautiful, compelling, and unique story.

View all 32 comments. Aug 22, Morgan F rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oct 21, Jessica rated it really liked it Shelves: By descarrgar time this short volume was over, I was overjoyed. She finds out that it’s not really the student who sees her but James, the ghost inhabiting the student’s body.

Two ghosts who are the only other ghosts each other has ever known would of course feel a spiritual connection to one another.