Archivist Wasp is the kind of weird that I normally don't like and that never fully explains all the references to a deeper world that it throws at you. But the self-contained story of the Archivist following a ghost who asks for her help finding another ghost gets more intriguing as it goes along, and is full of emotional twists and turns. Its weirdness slowly morphs into something wonderful and its metaphors are beautiful. The end I found a bit hard to swallow, though.
Also I totally only picked up this book because Wasp reminded me of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" and "Archivist" sounds cool.
Overall: It's pretty good, but it's no Hunger Games.