Hello, I Must Be Going
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by , written on May 4, 20020
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Hello, I Must Be Going

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A tender, witty ghost story - and an exciting new direction for the internationally bestselling author of Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen.

Celeste and Sorrel, Reuben and Orlando: high school friends who hang out together all the time. When Sorrel gets hit by a car one rainy night, it's not surprising the others fall apart in various ways. But it's not just grief they're struggling with - it's parents. Unfair, demanding, challenging parents who are, quite frankly, making their lives a misery. That's why Sorrel decides she's not going to be properly dead till she's sorted out her friends' lives and can leave them with a clearer sense of what they want out of life. From the bestselling author of Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, this is a tender comedic ghost story which touches on some important issues, like bullying, coming out, and the life-denying way the old want to live through the young and impose their failures on them. It's about the importance of being the person you want to be - or else, being miserable.

"Dyan Sheldon is smart and generous, tough and funny." The New York Times
A tender, witty ghost story - and an exciting new direction for the internationally bestselling author of Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen.

Celeste and Sorrel, Reuben and Orlando: high school friends who hang out together all the time. When Sorrel gets hit by a car one rainy night, it's not surprising the others fall apart in various ways. But it's not just grief they're struggling with - it's parents. Unfair, demanding, challenging parents who are, quite frankly, making their lives a misery. That's why Sorrel decides she's not going to be properly dead till she's sorted out her friends' lives and can leave them with a clearer sense of what they want out of life. From the bestselling author of Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, this is a tender comedic ghost story which touches on some important issues, like bullying, coming out, and the life-denying way the old want to live through the young and impose their failures on them. It's about the importance of being the person you want to be - or else, being miserable.

"Dyan Sheldon is smart and generous, tough and funny." The New York Times
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