A Year Without Autumn – Book Review
By Angela Youngman Jan 24, 2011, 16:05 GMT
Jenni Green and her family are on holiday at a time share resort where they go every year. So is Jenni's best friend Autumn. On her way to meet Autumn, Jenni gets into a lift. When she reaches the ground she finds she has been transported one year forward in time - and that tragedy has struck.
Autumn's brother Mikey had an accident which has left him in a coma. Jenni's parents marriage has broken up, and Autumn's parent's marriage is in crisis. Jenni wants to prevent all this happening - but first she has to work out just how she managed to skip a year.
Can she manage to get back in time to deal with the consequences of Mikey's fall from a horse? An enjoyable story highlighting how one action can make a tremendous difference to the lives of many people. It is a tale of friendship and determination with characters that really jump off the page.
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