Ghost Hand by Ripley Patton
I would give Ghost Hand a 4/5 stars. If you are into science fiction crossed with some other genres like romance or paranormal, this is a book for you. Ghost Hand is a well written and enjoyable read filled with plot twists. It will leave you with some questions that need answering. In the story, Patton does a nice job of creating a slightly paranormal but seemingly possible medical condition known as PSS or Psyche Sans Soma. PSS is a rare medical condition that plagues the main character, seventeen-year-old Olivia Black. Patton does a nice job of writing Olivia as a strong and relatable teenage girl who's only real difference is her ghost hand and all the abilities that come along with it.
Through out the story Patton leads you on the journey of discovery that Olivia goes through as her ghost hand begins to act up. Patton created very strong and memorable personalities for the other characters in the book who help Olivia along on her journey of discovering what all her ghost hand can do.
I recommend this book to anyone looking for a good read. Patton has a well established plot with strong characters and leads into the second book of the series well.