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 The Dead Of Summer by Camilla Way

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PostSubject: The Dead Of Summer by Camilla Way   Sat May 19, 2007 11:16 pm

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A strong contemporary novel; a debut from an author with a brilliant, highly original voice. It was hot everywhere that year. During the long summer holidays the days rolled by in blue and gold, the sun bouncing off the dustbins and burning into windscreens. By the end of that summer, three of us were dead. Anita's mother has just died. The family has moved to a new town, a new home, and a new neighbourhood. The long school holidays are about to start and the summer stretches out interminably in front of them. Kyle lives across the road from Anita. Cool, surly, laconic, he knows all the places to hide. He says the area between the houses and the river is littered with hidden, disused mines; a perfect playground for restless kids with nothing better to do. But what they don't know is that these mines will form the scene of the most unsettling crime this community has ever known. This summer everything will change. This summer, the dead days have come home to stay.
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PostSubject: Re: The Dead Of Summer by Camilla Way   Sun May 20, 2007 12:44 pm

I enjoyed this book.
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