The premise is so promising and so unique that I couldn't wait to read more and see how this author brought his characters to life. Unfortunately after only a few chapters, I realized this book was intended just to be a lighter read without much depth. The characters were very stereotypical and never surprised me. There really was nothing interesting that happened or that the characters did. I found myself getting confused at times and being pulled out of the story, not believing how the book characters could hear or even communicate with Wanda. As an author myself, I realize writers need to "hear" and "communicate" with their characters to write the most well-rounded ones they can, but the fact these characters were supposed to really exist or not was never made clear or believable for me.