March 22, 2010 | |

The Lovely Bones- Review

Susie Salmon is dead, but not gone. The precious 14 year old lingers between here and heaven as her family struggles to cope with loss and the unnerving fact that her killer has not yet been apprehended. Susie stalks the living world from beyond and narrates the story with mournful meditations on love, life, death and despair. As she comes to grips with her own suspended state of being (or non-being), a feat that takes Patrick Swayze only half the time in Ghost, so do the people whose lives have been touched in many ways by her absence.
Why she chooses to be trapped in a psychedelic afterlife for an entire year instead of ‘heading into the light’ is Read More.

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