Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Summer's List - Review

Summer Snow loves her grandmother. She loves her grandmother so much that when she finds something that her grandmother has kept from her she realizes that it's time to grow up.  Her grandmother helps her in a very unusual way by asking her to quit her job and find out what really is important to Summer.  Her grandmother has made a list of things for Summer to discover about herself and it should be with the help of a long lost friend named Martin. After finding Martin and his family many things are shared that will put things into perspective for Summer. She learns that things are not always as they are perceived.  Will Summer get to the truth of everything that has happened in her life?  Will Martin be a part of it or will he choose another path?

Summer's List started out slow and I really wondered what at this book was all about. But once again, Anita Higman did not disappoint me.  This is a story of self assurance and of soul searching.  Although this was not my most favorite book of Anita's as it was well worth the read.

This was given to my by NetGalley to provide an honest opinion of this book.

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