Scarlett Dedd

(1 reviews with an average rating of 3 out of 5)

Publisher: Hodder Headline

Scarlett is dead. Which sucks. She's stupidly gone and accidentally killed herself while trying to get out of a school trip. Even worse, she's taken her entire family with her. So she needs to adjust to her new existence and devise ways in which to make her old (still alive) friends notice her.

But the depths to which Scarlett will descend in order to hang onto her past could have devastating consequences. Will she go too far?

Scarlett and her friends JP, Ripley, Taz and Psycho wouldn’t be out of place in any emo hangout, and the varying page layout and different fonts give this the appeal of a graphic novel. Follow the blog if you’re a horror fan!

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