Titles I've written about:
The Lying Game (2010):
It wouldn't be that gd hard to prove her identity. She has her driver's license, so she'd be in the DMV records. Plus, she's been in foster care since she was five years old. Methinks that there'd be a paper trail, complete with pictures, if not some freaking fingerprints. Dental x-rays, even. Yeesh.
So that was irritating. But, you know. Fun, if served with a large dollop of suspension of disbelief.
Never Have I Ever (2011):
Ghost Sutton's narration is a lot of fun for a few reasons: first, she's growing as a person because her perspective is so different now; second, while she doesn't remember who killed her, she occasionally has flashbacks to the days before, allowing her to carry on her own version of the investigation; and third, her role as watcher results in her occasionally acting like she's watching a movie, and yelling things like, "NOOOOOOOOOO! EMMA, DON'T GO IN THERE!" (<--not a direct quote, but you get the idea) and headdesking as Emma and Ethan almost kiss again and again.