Check out this review of the book, The Summer of Impossible Things, by Rowan Coleman, from this guest review by Abbie Osborne on the My Chestnut Reading Tree blog.
Today I welcome back my guest reviewer author Abbie Osborne with a review of one of my favourite books of the year The Summer of Impossible Things by Rowan Coleman.
If you could change the past, would you?
It is only after her mother’s death that Luna begins to discover her secrets.
While in New York to settle the estate, something impossible happens to Luna. She finds herself in 1977, face to face with her mother as a young woman, in the week that changed her life forever.
If time can be turned back, can it also be rewritten? Luna becomes convinced she can save her mother from the moment that will eventually drive her to suicide.
But in doing anything – everything – to save her mother’s life, will Luna have to sacrifice her own?
From the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Memory Book, this is…
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