Liv, Forever

Liv, Forever

Book - 2014
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Soon after an art scholarship gets Liv a place at prestigious Wickham Hall, she becomes the latest victim of a dark conspiracy spanning 150 years, but her ghost, aided by friend Gabe and boyfriend Malcolm, tries to put a stop to the killing.
Publisher: New York : Soho Teen, [2014]
ISBN: 9781616953225
Branch Call Number: YA FIC TALKINGTON, A.
Characteristics: 278 pages ; 22 cm


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ArapahoeKati Jun 28, 2017

I'm a public school kid so anything about elite boarding school is an instant "yes I want to read that." Add in some creepy ghosts and a good backstory and the hours will fly by.

Apr 13, 2016

I could not stop reading, It had a storyline, And it was REALLY good! Liv was a girl who got a scholarship to a boarding school, Also a very talented art student, Who is in love with a boy, And then she gets killed, And has to find her killer, So good, You may get bored at it some times, But I do recommend it.
And, The end made me want more. I loved it.

Mar 20, 2016

Liv, Forever is a strange book that begins with Liv starting as a scholarship student at a fancy boarding school. Liv falls in love with Malcolm, who is a member of the secret society The Victors. Liv also befriends Gabe, a loner who can see ghosts. Gabe is the most interesting character, and there’s really no explanation given for why he would ever be friends with either Liv or Malcolm. There are a lot of huge plotholes in the book, but overall the book is a different take on the supernatural genre.

A patron review from the Adult Summer Game: "A teen novel about a girl who becomes a ghost at a boarding school and solves an old murder mystery. I thought I wouldn't like it after reading the first page but then I couldn't put it down."


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