Old soul with a thirst for literature & ravishing reads.
I'm still not sure what I think about Frost. It wasn't "hairs on the back of your neck stand up" creepy, which I was really hoping for. There was unexplained brusies, a broken vase... that kind of thing. I guess the Paranormal Activity movies have dulled my senses. I did however, relate to Leena on several different levels. She just wanted her senior year at boarding school to be mellow and care-free. Even when Celeste moved into Frost House, Leena actually tried to be genuinely nice to her and she helped her feel as comfortable as possible.
Leena had an uncanny attraction to Frost House which was a bit weird. It was an integral part of the story and I can see how someone can become attached and protective of something like that. I have a couple of things in my house that I like to take out of their boxes and just hold sometimes... just to relive the memories associated with it. Throughout the book, Leena does what she thinks is right time and time again. She is a very strong and determined character that really made the book good. I'd recommend this book to anyone who enjoys paranomal, ghosts, or even a little mystery in their reads.