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Bestselling author Jaclyn Moriarty returns to Ashbury High for a deliciously thrilling senior yearThis is the story of Amelia and Riley bad kids from bad Brookfield High who have transferred to Ashbury High for senior year They've been in love since they were fourteen they go out dancing every night and. I have a strange relationship with Jaclyn Moriarty I like her books but I think they are full of a special maybe Australian weirdness The Ghosts of Ashbury High is no exceptionThis book is the 4th about Ashbury High the other 3 are in chronological order Feeling Sorry for Celia A Novel The Year Of Secret Assignments and The Murder Of Bindy Mackenzie but it's not a series each book can be read independently even though the cast of characters is pretty much the sameAt the center of the story are two new scholarship Ashbury students Riley and Amelia They are mysterious the have been together since they were 14 they are talented they have dark past Everyone in the school especially Emily is obsessed about them and wants to know what hides behind their distant facadesAs always Jaclyn Moriarty offers a fresh approach to story telling Her previous books were written in the form of letters notes memos This time the majority of the book is written in the form of the writing assignments for Gothic Fiction class Therefore from the very beginning you have to be cautious to take everything the students say with a grain of salt because after all they all are writing gothic fiction stories This part of the novel is often bizarre I find ALL Moriarty's books seem bizarre when you start reading them and uirky and weird humorous in a way I sometimes don't get but beneath all this strangeness are great real sometimes heartbreaking stories of passion despair loss friendship and love Moriarty's remarkable ability to write several distinct voices deserves special recognition In spite of the slow and weird start I enjoyed this book immensely especially the latter part Jaclyn Moriarty remains one of my favorite YA writers

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Dreaming of AmeliaOcal history And the new kids are hiding a secret that could ruin than just senior yearJaclyn Moriarty returns to Ashbury High for a story about ghosts secrets madness locked doors femmes fatales and that terrifying moment in the final year of high school when you realize that the future's come to get y. This was a very distressing time for meview spoilerMY OTPS HAVE ALL BEEN SAVED HALLELUJAH hide spoiler

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Read & Download Dreaming of Amelia Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Bestselling author Jaclyn Moriarty returns to Ashbury High for a deliciously thrilling senior yearThis is the story of Amelia and Riley bad kids from bad Brookfield High who have transferred to Ashbury High for senior year They've been in love since they wereSleep through school all day And Ashbury can't get enough of them But strange things are happening at Ashbury this year Emily Thompson is certain that a ghost is haunting the Art Rooms There are nonstop parties at Lydia Jaackson Oberman's house Toby Mazzerati has taken an unusually strong interest in l. Another winner from MoriartySeriously I love the Ashbury series It has these uirky – but not too uirky – characters and just the right mix of humour family issues friendship romance and suspense While I would say that I liked Feeling Sorry For Celia and Finding Cassie Crazy a tiny bit better Dreaming of Amelia brought back some of my favourite characters Lydia and Seb but also introduced new ones I grew to love It is a big book over 500 pages and slightly different in style from the first two haven’t read Bindy yet but I didn’t feel like it was too long or drawn out Sure at first all those pages of high school students’ attempts at writing gothic fiction seemed a bit too much but I soon got into the story and the pages just flew by I laughed out loud at Em’s extensive use of exclamation marks her recurring weather descriptions and her tendency to mix up words of foreign origin my favourite incontinence instead of inconsistence And even though I didn’t particularly care for the storyline following Tom an Irish convict settling in Australia in the 1800 he played his part in the conclusion and I don’t think he should have been left outWhat I love so much about Moriarty’s books By telling her stories in the form of letters emails notes essays protocols newspaper articles she gives her readers the chance to discover things for themselves without telling them what happens but showing them instead I love finding out for myself what might have happened if something is only hinted at described by one of her characters but you are not entirely sure what exactly has been going on For me her books are a little bit like those detective books I used to have when I was younger where you were supposed to find out who the murderer is along with the hero or the heroine of the story #3 Aussie YA Challenge 2011