Review: Summer’s Shadow by Anna Wilson

Ashleigh Online

Lovely idea for a novel with some potentially great twists, but they’re just too easy to predict.

Summer's Shadow

Summer’s Shadow summary

Following the sudden death of her mother, Summer has been torn away from London and sent to live with relatives she never even knew existed. Now, stuck in a creepy old mansion in Cornwall with a family of strangers, she’s never felt so alone. Her uncle seems anxious, her aunt has moved out, and her cousin appears to be going out of his way to be mean.

Scared, lonely and feeling haunted by a series of strange occurrences, Summer begins to spend more and more time at a beautiful sheltered beach she discovers nearby. But she’s not alone. Zach, a local boy, seems to think the secret cove is his too.

Can Zach help Summer escape the ghosts of her family’s past? Or will she remain haunted forever?

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