Ghostgirl. Día de Muertos (Ghostgirl 5) (Spanish Edition) Tonya Hurley. Charlotte está de regreso y esta vez visita a Scarlet ¡para celebrar el Día de Muertos!. ghostgirl el regreso pdf exigencia social. Estas demandas pueden provenir de un amigo, un familiar, un superior o un desconocido, y. Descargar ” CuestiÃ³n de. Ghost Girl es una saga de novelas de ficción gótica escrita por Tonya Hurley en las Ghostgirl: El regreso; Ghostgirl: Lovesick (traducido al español como Loca .
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Return to Book Page. Pero ahora no se trata de su habitual nostalgia. Published October 1st by Alfaguara Infantil Juvenil. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Is there an English version of this? I Google-translated the synopsis and it sounded pretty good.
Even Tonya’s page says that its a “spanish edition”.
Día de muertos
So, while searching, I have not found this novel to be in english. Lists with This Book. Nov 06, Yazmin Duran rated it really liked it Shelves: Well this was nice. I’m used to Day of the Dead books, there’s quite a few around here, but it’s not often that American authors write about it and get so many things right, and Tonya Hurley clearly did her research, while staying true to her American background.
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She managed to infuse some teenage fun creating a contest to decorate tombs, but in the process she also managed to make Scarlet take wn seriously, and apologising for commercialising with it when she should have been more careful about Well this was nice. She managed to infuse some teenage fun creating a contest to decorate tombs, but in the process she also managed to make Scarlet take it tegreso, and apologising for commercialising with it when she should have been more careful about summoning the dead.
And then the last part of the press telling the stories of the kids so they will always be remembered, and the trip to Janitzio to actually live the real thing, to honour the dead, it was nice. I like that Matias was always honest about how for him it wasn’t a game, and it was lovely to see Scarlet realising that it shouldn’t have been one just because she wanted to see her friend.
That was the good part, I had problems with other things, like Petula. I loved the transformation she had gone through by book 3, and it all seemed to have gone away in this book without explanation. No mention of the guy she met back in Lovesick, no more of a change of heart. She was as mean and despicable as always, probably even more so, and she seemed obsessed with Damen again, and she doesn’t struck me as the kind of girl who’d be obsessed with someone for so long.
And then the Wendys, my Lord, I had never been so disgusted by any other character in my life. They are truly evil. I mean, at least Petula knows she is mean, and she does things on purpose, the Wendys I’m not sure they even realise it. Nov 11, Alice rated it it was amazing Shelves: Y ergreso ello tendran la ayuda de un nuevo personaje: Creo que esta muy bien escritosiendo que su autora es de Estados Unidos y que a pesar de que no habia convivido del todo con esta tradicion, encontro el espiritu de la misma.
Tonya escribio demostrando el respeto que se tiene a esta fiesta y como algo tan bello puede hacernos creer, ver o lo que tu quieras que nuestros seres del mas alla estan con nosotros y que por unos dias, nosotros los vivos podemos demostrarles nuestro amor y que ni la ghostgidl puede separar ese lazo de amor. Espero que pronto salga en los demas paises y lean sobre esta linda tradicion, que por el contrario demuestra que, no es rival del Hallloween.
Al contrario, pueden convivir en un mismo lugar como lo menciona en el libro. De mi parte me gustaria ver una vez como ustedes festejan el Halloween, fescargar mi es una fiesta muy divertida. Aqui en Mexico lo celebran para festejo de los vivos, pero para tanto nuestros muertos y nosotros los vivos ,el dia de muertos es nuestra fiesta nacional.
Espero que un dia ustedes si leen el libro, se animen a ver mas de cerca esta tradicion y tambien sea una puerta para que mas escritores vengan y conoscan este pais. Si me preguntan que es lo que mas me gusta de esta tradicion: Poner mi altar con amor y creer y sentir que por 48 horas nuestros seres queridos vuelven para disfrutar y ver que aun nos acordamos de ellos y que un dia nos volveremos a encontrar.
All things in the cloud sweet Blog Original en Ingles: Aug 31, Jan De la Rosa rated it really liked it Shelves: What would you do If given the chance to go back and try again?
View all 3 comments. Jan 04, Vale rated it really liked gegreso. Todos los personajes parecen como tener un reseteo cada libro y olvidar todos los progresos hechos en el anterior y comenzaba a ser muy notorio y algo cansino.
Era divertido, pero ya no era lo mismo. Aug 14, Janet Sosnowski rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
This one turned out to be the best one of the series, and it totally took me by surprise. The story was cute, guostgirl characters were likeable, the development of the past book was notorious and enjoyable and it was way better than I expected.
I didn’t think that much about it the first time I read it, actually I was even disappointed with it, but the time between I read each book was heck, regresl years, I guess I couldn’t appreciate this one for what it is.
So, what makes this book t Ghostyirl, I’m impressed. So, what makes this book the best one? I mean they are really subtle references of it, but they are so subtle that they don’t really matter.
The characters are most of them really likeable and even some minor forgettable characters from the past books are more remarkable here and even you feel bad for them for example, Dj, Mike and Gary became more memorable in here, you feel bad for them because how they feel forgotten and the feeling it’s genuine. But besides them, the main characters: Charlotte, ok, so, she has two versions, one the despicable selfish asshole and the nice one.
In this case is the nice one, which is so weird considering how brutally selfish she was in the last book. I mean, I guess she was selfish in this one, but I really didn’t feel it and I liked her the whole book. But I really don’t think that she was the main character in this book. Yes she is in the cover and she is a very important character in the plot, but I think that the real protagonist was: Scarlet, She was my favorite character for a while and in here And what surprised me the most is that she was the selfish one in this book, I mean not like Charlotte of course, but yeah she did everything just so she could se her friend again and I think that is a really reasonable thing to do, like, it’s not like Charlotte who can let her past life go, she misses a person that she loves, she misses her best friend and she wants her back for a while at least and it’s totally understandable.
Damen, well, I think this is the most human version of him yet, in the first book he was nearly a god and a gary stu, in the second one, he was more realistic and interesting, in the third and fourth one I think that he was kind of a filler character. But in here, he tries to make her girlfriend happy, he gets jealous, he gets frustrated, he doesn’t know who to trust and it’s the most varied range of emotions that Damen has had.
So I think that for that is the best we’ve had seen him. Some could argue that he has trust issues and getting jealous was annoying, but I can’t blame him. Matias was the only new character in this book, and he was ok, I mean he wasn’t a stereotype which is a really good thing, and a thing that I noticed in the whole book is that, the author really tries to be respectful to the mexican culture and she looked up for information and I even felt some love to the readers in Mexico, sinceI believe that in Mexico is where the ghostgirl books has been more read.
Back to Matias, I liked that he didn’t had any romantic implications with Scarlet and they were just friends, because it really looked like something was about to happen even the book acknowledges this many times but it never did and i’m glad. And the fact that he could also see the ghosts was really cool too, like, it has always felt weird that Scarlet is the only one who can see them but now we got him.
I have noticed that in every book there must be an antagonist, in the first one was Prue, then Maddy, Darcy and heck even Charlotte was more an antagonist in the fourth book tbh And in here is Petula Ok, she redeems herself in the end when he sees Virginia’s tomb, but something about it seems I mean, in the last one she never as in a coma, so it makes sense, but in here I don’t think so.
And, the Wendys were such mean and cruel bitches with her in the third book and I think that is even unforgivable the way they treated her. But I guess that, that is a nitpick. The rest of the characters are the deathology students and, as I said, some of them were more memorable than in the past.
But I think that the most remarkable one is Prue, Damn, I haven’t seen Prue like this since the first book, and I think that in this book she was my favorite character.
And to see her death by her perspective it was Like, honestly I didn’t really understanded her death the way it was explained in the first book, but in here I felt so bad for her, I wanted to kill he aggressor, poor Prue she didn’t deserved what happened to her. But she was also the grumpy one which was even funny I really enjoyed her. Other favorite of mine is Eric He really didn’t do that much in here, like, he didn’t had any fight with Charlotte and I was grateful and I even think that their relationship works way more than in past books, I don’t know why, they do share chemistry and The Wendys, terrible as always, I give up with them hahaha.
I think that this is a decent ending for the series, even though I think it could have a continuation if is good as this book.
And with rereading this series I come across with some nice surprises, I don’t regret anything just the christmas book, seriously WHY and, even though it’s nothing out of this world, is a series that introduced me to the world of reading and they have a special place in my heart. Do I recommend it? I don’t know, the first book it’s pretty bad and some of the characters can be really awful, but if you are interested and can pass the first one, go ahead, you may find something decent Aunque todo lo demas, la historia, es bella.
Sep 19, Matt Ichijoji rated it it was amazing. Un poco repetitivo, si. Aug 07, Rosbook rated it liked it. Jun 09, Noelle rated it it was amazing. Una historia que mexcla las tradiciones mexicanas con una historia muy de halloween, pero supo mezclar muy bien.
El cual me hace recordar la historia de Charlotte.