The Ghost’s Child was tender, fierce, whimsical, and gently heartbreaking. I cried a lot when I read it, and I’m tearing up now just remembering, but in the best way. It was a very different experience than your last book, Surrender, but just as good and maybe better. I was especially pleased by your whimsical touch with this novel–the dreamlike battle at sea, the wild and mysterious love interest, and of course the ghost boy. Five stars, for sure!