I can't tell you how many times I've read this book, but this will be the first time that I get to review it. So, I really like the characters of Alona and Will, because the way that they interact is just too funny and cute, and the way that they seem to like each other and also hate each other.
Alona herself in the beginning is actually really annoying and snotty, but she grows throughout the book into a very likeable character. Will is a really, really great character. He's so sarcastic, and also very protective. He completely blows this book out of the water, in his own way. I really loved the whole 'ghost whisperer' thing, and I hope the rest of the books in this series are as good as this one.
I also really liked that it was told in the alternating points of view of Will and Alona. And I must confess, I liked Will's point of view a lot better. He was funny, sarcastic, and completely and amazingly entertaining.
The story was cute, and you definitely were noticing as you read that both of the characters crushing on each other, and neither of them wanted the other to know. So, obvious crushing, a little bit of predictable storyline, and a dash of snotty queen-bee/total loser boy dynamics, and you'll get The Ghost and The Goth. So, all in all, I enjoyed it, but it wasn't insanely amazing or anything. Think of it this way: It took me forever to find a good quote.