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Meanwhile, Scarlet is feeling insecure about her long-distance relationship with Damen just as Petula, who is repeating her senior year, goes into a coma after contracting staph from a pedicure. Feeling guilty, and jealous of Damen's sudden arrival to see Petula, Scarlet uses the possession ritual Charlotte taught her to send herself into a coma and seek out Charlotte's help to find Petula's soul.
Instead, Scarlet joins the new Dead Ed class, who help her to move on using "Early Decision", a risky shortcut. Meanwhile, Petula finds herself in a waiting room, accompanied by another coma patient, Virginia Johnson, a young beauty pageant contestant who is disdainful of Petula's fashion obsession, and wants to grow old normally.
Gradually, the two begin to bond. Scarlet arrives at Charlotte's dormitory, much to her delight, and they sneak out to find Petula, accompanied by Maddy. However, after a disagreement at a fork in the road, Charlotte and Maddy leave Scarlet on her own.
However, Pam and Prue have come after Charlotte, and they meet up with Scarlet and help her to find Petula's soul by getting directions from Green Gary to the hospital intake office. Meanwhile, Damen is desperately trying to revive Scarlet, and he decides to take Petula to Homecoming in the hope of reanimating her, and therefore ending Scarlet's quest.
Maddy and Charlotte follow as Maddy tries to convince Charlotte to possess Petula. Just as Charlotte is about to complete the possession ritual, Scarlet, Pam and Prue arrive to stop her, and explain that Maddy is a murderous soul from hell attempting to turn Charlotte astray so she can "graduate" her own way. Charlotte explains that she had suspected Maddy the whole time, and had intentionally made Pam and Prue suspicious so that they could help her and Charlotte. Petula awakes at Homecoming, and Damen quickly leaves to find Scarlet at the hospital, where they reconcile.
Charlotte returns to her job at the phone bank, and is finally accepted and reunited with her parents. As the class are expecting to move on, they receive one more task: to help a year-old in Hawthorne through their troubles in time for Prom. Scarlet feels out of place as she is leaving her goth fashions behind for a new, more mature look.
While this is her choice, she feels Damen pushed her into it, and that he does not accept her for who she is. When Damen arrives in town for a job at the local radio station and enters one of Scarlet's songs, she feels that he is pressuring her and getting to be mad and furious.
When she meets Eric, not realising he is dead, she is attracted to him, and feels he allows her to be her true self. Meanwhile, Petula's coma has left her feeling uncharacteristically philanthropic, and she has begun to donate her old clothes to the homeless, confusing the Wendys.
A new girl called Darcy begins to steal her status, holding a mock trial which ends in Petula being made an outcast. Scarlet wins the radio competition and chooses as her prize to perform her song at Prom, which she redecorates as a Fantasy Funeral for Charlotte.
As Damen and Darcy have their picture taken, Charlotte sabotages the camera to give Darcy another seizure, which evicts Maddy's spirit and reanimates the real Darcy. Because Maddy technically died from the seizure, she must now attend Dead Ed, while Darcy awakens confused and with no memory of the Wendys or anything else about Hawthorne High. Petula arrives at Prom with her homeless boyfriend, who turns out to be a billionaire in disguise, and the pair are crowned Prom King and Queen.
Coco's work completed, Petula receives a new guardian angel - Virginia. Meanwhile, Eric and Scarlet perform onstage together before Damen and Scarlet reunite, and Eric and Charlotte dance together. After the Prom, Charlotte and Scarlet say goodbye in the graveyard, and Charlotte returns to the afterlife, where she introduces Eric to her parents.
The main themes explored in ghostgirl are popularity , obsession , love and death. The author has said that, although the book contains some elements of horror , she would describe it as a romance.
The cover art shows the silhouette of a girl — used throughout the book's illustrations to represent Charlotte — in a coffin with a banner saying " Rest in Popularity ". The title "ghostgirl" is the name used to refer to Charlotte after her death. The book is unusual in that the pages' proportion of height to width is much larger than usual, making it taller and thinner than most novels.
Inside the book, each chapter begins with a full page illustration, including a quotation and a border of black and pink roses. The illustration usually shows Charlotte's silhouette, as shown on the cover, and forms a chain of actions as the reader progresses through the book. The page afterwards includes a short summary paragraph of a lesson Charlotte learns in the chapter, written in reverse color.
The book's pages are edged with a black and pink floral border, which changes from chapter to chapter, and all illustrations within the book are in these two colours.
Homecoming' s is similarly laid out, but with slightly different floral borders, and purple replacing pink in the color scheme. The pages are also edged in purple.
Also, the illustrations do not include a quotation and do not form a chain — each is separate. The cover displays Charlotte's face in a mirror, and is highly stylised. Lovesick is similar to both books. The difference is the color of the front is red. Its front cover is a heart shaped locket with Charlotte blowing a kiss and a heart on her hand.
The illustrations include a quotation and before the beginning of each chapter, it speaks of the lesson learned in each chapter. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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