Summy, Barrie i so don't do famous, 294 pgs. Delacorte Press, 2011. $16.99. Language G ( 0 swears), Sexual Content G; Violence G; When Sherry gets the chance to go to Hollywood because she won a magazine contest, she is planning on a relaxing, sight seeing, and plain old normal vacation. That, however is exactly what she doesn't find. Her mother is talking to her again in her ghostly form, and so is her mother's new boss. But neither of those things are the un-normalness that Sherry finds. Its a new ghost! Along with solving yet another mystery Sherry now finds herself helping this girl who was killed at a young age. But can she get this all done on what was supposed to be her relaxing vacation?
A wonderful new age Nancy Drew type story with a ghost communicator thrown in to spice it up. Its a wonderful captivating mystery that keeps readers on the edge of their seats. Summy uses the way teen girls speak to make this story even more new era-ish than with all the use of technology in place. I loved how relateable this situation was. EL, MS - ADVISABLE. Student Reviewer: KU