I've tried to read this book three times now. No go. If I had finished it, I would have rated it a 2.5 or a 3. As it is, I don't think I've read enough of this book to even write a proper review, so I'll keep it short.It had a great beginning. Just a little creepy (unlike Mark, who is just a lot creepy). Very intriguing.The sad thing is that Julia the dead sister was my favorite character. As the story went on I found it really forced, in a way. Is Ana crazy? Or is she haunted? I didn't care much because I was busy rolling my eyes at this 17-18 year old who sees the guy, decides she's in love with him, lets him do the nasty to her after barely exchanging a word... she has a crying fit when she sees him standing with another girl -- this is DAY TWO of their acquaintance... and we find out he sculpted her naked in the twenty-four hours of seeing her. I'm thinking WHAT A CREEP. She thinks it's the nicest thing anyone has ever done for her. Anyways, you get my point. Clearly Ana and I would never get along.Better just to leave it alone, you know?That being said, I did love what I've seen of writing. It's engaging and it sets the atmosphere just right.*** Free copy of this book provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.