WOWOWOWOWOWOOWOWOW!!!!! This book was so good!!!!!! And not like anything I was expecting. This book was such an amazing twist in my reading life! I found myself struggling to put it down and also dying to find answers. This book had so many turns and actually surprised me in the end!
This book follows a girl named Grey who returns to her first home every summer in La Cachette, Louisiana. This town is also the psychic capital in the world so like how flipping fun is that! Anyways back to the drama…. While Grey usually looks forward to all of her summers this summer there are not plans for fun or happiness because she’s returning home to the town that her best friend has vanished from. Grey is apart of a group called the summer children which is at the beginning made up of 10 people. Only 7 children are still “alive” or at home and not missing. These children were all born during the same summer and all have their own gifts. So when Grey returns home she is thrown into heartbreak and confusion. She plans to spend her summer finding out what secrets this little town is holding and where her best friend has disappeared too.
So good! Please read!!!!
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