This book was really good, it has a lot of suspense and you just cant
put it down, you want to keep reading and know what's happening next!
and the end was really cute, I really liked the book. A good read 5/5
Girl meets boy at a car wash. "Dog," she says. "Dude," he says. And
probably this would have been a sweet teen romance. . . . If Beals
hadn't been sitting next to her in the car. If Beals hadn't been a
supernatural repo man looking to repossess her car. And to possess her.
David Macinnis Gill delivers the whole enchilada. With a side of
Eunice Bug Smoot already has a tough time surviving in the world, and her situation grows worse one day when she wakes to the sound of her landlord banging on her door, demanding rent she doesnt have. Then she finds out that some jerk has egged her carher late grandfathers prized 1958 Cadillac Biarritz, the only thing of value he left her. Then, right in front of her, a coyote decides to urinate on the whitewalls. Perfect! Of course, her boss, Vinnie, is none too happy that shell be late again, so that she can wash that stuff off her car before the El Paso sun bakes it on, but Bug has little choice.
Until a demon shows up to repossess the Cadillac.
Bug knows that she cant give up that car for anything if shes going to continue to support herself, and she luckily finds help through her friend, Pesto, who apparently does more than wash cars for a living. Through his connections as an immigration agent to the Underworld, they discover that Bugs Papa C put up her soul and his own as collateral on the Cadillac. Now that her grandfathers soul is evading capture, the demon Beals has come to collect. With a few friends, her own wits, and her mad driving skills, Bug has to bring herself to make a deal that the devil himself cant refuse.
With a strong central character and distinctive voice, this debut novel drives onto the YA scene as an instant classic