REVIEW: Summer’s List by Anita Higman

Summer Snow is sent on a mission by her dying grandmother.  She is asked to fulfill a list of items on a list composed by her grandmother, after much prayer on the grandmother’s part. Having given up her college days by helping with her injured-from-an-accident parents, Summer has missed out on a period of life that the grandmother wishes to recapture.  Martin Langhtree, a childhood friend, has also had an usual youth and is key to the completion of Summer’s list.  Martin’s social awkwardness and his dependent, but adult brothers bring a unique side story to the novel.

I found the story rather odd.  I finished it, but just thought it was peculiar mostly in the circumstances of Martin’s story.  I was given an advance copy by Moody Publishers.  And, this is a review in my own words.

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