Cemetery Girl by Joseph Cognard
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Adolescent Janie lives for her art, and she is accomplished. Unbeknownst to her, she is also mediumistic: she draws what is significant to a person, even if that person is long dead. When she discovers that (via a widow of a man she drew in the Cemetery), she and her best friend Bobby begin to investigate her capacity. Named “Cemetery Girl” by her other supposed-to-be best friend Vanessa, Janie spends much of her time in the graveyard near her house, just drawing (and unintentionally channeling the various deceased). Life goes on until a new student moves in from California, and most of the girls focus on him; and Janie discovers she needs to decide between Keith, the new boy; and long-term friend Bobby.
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