The Summer That Made Us

The Summer That Made Us

Book - 2017
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Returning to her childhood summer home after losing her job, a television talk show host determines to reunite her family years after a tragic event that they seem to remember quite differently.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ontario : Mira Books, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780778331049
0778331040
Branch Call Number: F CARR
Characteristics: 330 pages ; 24 cm

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bookworm48
Jan 09, 2018

This book just pulls you in. I've read nearly all of Robyn Carr's books and this is one of her best. I put on my pjs planning to read a couple hours before bed. Well......I ended up reading it until I finished the entire book, about 6 hours:) It is a more serious theme but still an enjoyable read!

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gymgurl
Nov 27, 2017

A very touching story. I love the way she writes about family and women's lives. It is a very satisfying story.

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diannemarie52
Oct 02, 2017

Robyn never fails to draw you in to the storyline allowing you to feel the characters emotions. This is a wonderful story of life and death, of the complexities of family relationships and our insecurities as individuals. I would give it six stars if I could. She is one of a handful of authors that I always read and look forward to her next novel.

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