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RIP: Rest in Popularity
Charlotte Usher wants to be popular.
It’s all she ever wanted, and this year she has a plan to make sure it happened.
But she’s got her work cut out: the popular girls (and more importantly, Damon, the object of Charlotte’s desires) are completely oblivious to the fact that she even breathes the same air as them. She may as well be dead.
Then one day she is.
So she choked to death on a gummy bear. Admittedly it’s not the most stylist way to die – but why should being dead get in the way of her plans? She’ll just have to be a little more creative about achieving her goals..
A beautiful book based on love, loss and friendship. Charlotte Usher has to come to terms with her death, with the help of the DeadEd class, her and her dead classmates must find the true problems in their life to pass on. So when Charlotte bumps into Scarlot, Petuna's (Miss Popluar herself) goth sister can see her, things will get interesting...
This is a beautiful book on Charlotte Usher, a girl with no parents trying to fit into highschool. Except she doesn't realize she's dead, until she has to sign her death form and is placed in DeadEd.
This book is well written, and without spoiling anything, is a great read.
I love Charlotte's methods to solve her problems, and her partner-in-crime Scarlot.
And I admit it will make you cry.