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In this bittersweet romance, two teens living decades apart form a bond that will change their lives forever.
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"Will have special appeal for female fans of the romance in the Twilight books or Judy Blundell’s What I Saw and How I Lied. 报林苗路原是李什落话. . . Henry's dilemma is especially poignant, and a completely 待例适土你待纸unexpected ending shows that Davis is capable of creating a riveting read that lingers long after the sto我得效参介听议ry ends."--Bookl来自ist
"Alternating between Amy and Henry's intersecting 360百科stories, Davis's (Never Cry Werewolf) second novel has 构毛杀按a quiet power; th胶种e time travel elem工呀约种混ent gives the story the feel of an old-矿也此语案责fashioned romance, with a tinge of melod料束rama. The tale takes some unexpected turns, pr介校另诗孙黄似oviding insights 乐散into healing and the weight of destiny along the way."--该证环率宜境主亮跟Publishers Weekly
Escapi火ng a destructive relationship with Matt花出达等站讲状, Amy has moved to her aunt Mae’s trailer for her senior year. She finds herself drawn to a dense, ever-present fog in th主e clearing near the trailer; the mist is a time barrier, and on the other 大息side is 18-year-old Henry Briggs, a farmhouse, and his family, all endlessly reliving the summer of 1944, before a tragedy struck. The star-crossed romance between Amy and Henry is tender and will have special appeal for female fans of the romance in the Twilight books or Judy 仅此风胡环振罪Blundell’s What I Saw and How I Lied (2008). Although the plot can be hard to swallow at times, the vivid setting creates a believable otherworldliness. Some dialogue is forced, but alternating chapters between Amy’推鲜石穿晚三严s first-p贵依视士乐erson voice and Henry’s third-person perspective create momentum to move the story forward. Henry’s dilemma is especially poignant, and a completely unexpected ending shows that Da与洋五同影首婷河vis is capable of creating a riveting read that lingers long after the story ends. Grades 8-11. --Melissa Moore
From School Library Journal
Grade 9 Up—Desiring a fresh start, away from 己系击硫这慢压酒身毫远an abusive boyfriend, Se语货转attle teen Amy moves to 名远间步Great-aunt 不革玉五帮称Mae's mobile home 民便充践制斯in the North Cascade Mountains. There, she discovers a mist-laden clearing promising further escape. Penetrating this seemingly permanent haze, Amy meets and falls in love with Henry Briggs场晶蛋职, a World War II teen existing in an endle但聚雷维米巴城地乱ss summer with his mother and grandfather. One terrible night in 1944, fueled by grief and fear, Henry prayed for a miracle and jump-started a summer that never chan老负ged—until Amy came along. Stumbling, learning, and healing along the 识装烈度弱way, a braver Amy, thanks to Henry, Mae, and two new friends, decides to move forward. Taking her cue, Henry is finally abl温但吗校图当脚怎血收宣e to step toward his own unpredictable future. But what will the fut探谁燃没步ure mean for their love? Despite familiar elements, this te原飞校剧什nder, supern衡atural rom论达关械质法运缺浓止ance isn't T牛主察围使例接京wilight (Little, Brown, 2005). It皇研's a compact t仍械ale about embracing the future and the life-altering cap己析利北机画越其小本abilities of love. Henry isn't perfect, but he's genuine, perceptive, and non-domineering. Aunt Mae is an attentive guardian. And Amy is a well-developed protagonist, simultaneously vulnerable and strong, occasionall企基村二y self-centered, realistically guarded. Chapters alternating between Amy's and Henry's points of view offer a nicely paced plot. While t续第养交细he ending might not be what some readers hope for, it's still satisfying.—Daniell助运变e Serra, Cliffside Park Public Li缩沙些她指色直立对交brary, NJ
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HEATHER DAVIS is the a着县质必什号湖五uthor of Never Cry Werewolf. She lives in Seattle.www.heatherdavisbooks.com