I'm not going to lie the covers are what really had me interested in the series. Suffice to say that I've not had a problem with the first two books. The Ghost and the Goth was definitely a first book. We met the characters, we dove into the lives a little bit. We got just enough that we wanted to know more.
I really enjoyed Queen of the Dead. Alona and Will find new troubles as they continue to play ghost hunters. Although they begin their stories together in Queen of the Dead they start to drift and Will becomes invested in learning about this group of ghost talkers who claim to have known his dad. They want him to join their cause, and while doing so he neglects to help Alona whose persistence to help her family not forget her causes more of a problem. She gets herself stuck in Will's comatosa friend.
You really got to hate to love Alona (yes I know it's love to hate, but go with me here.) even in death she knows what she wants. She'll step on people to get what she wants, but I love that she also knows how to show compassion when needed. I can't wait to read the next book to see how she gets outta the predicament shes in.
Poor Will is stuck between what he's always done, and what he's found out so which one is right?