Review: Moonglass

In Moonglass by Jessi Kirby Anna’s life is uprooted when her dad accepts a job transfer to the place where her parents first met and fell in love, a place filled with memories of her mother that Anna would rather leave buried in the sand. Even though the beach is beautiful and there is a cute lifeguard, the truth about her mother’s death starts to uncover itself and there’s nothing Anna can do to stop it. Anna’s life is falling apart and readers will keep readers entranced until the very end. Intoxicating in its complexity, breathtaking in its secrets, Moonglass will leave readers wishing for more long after they’ve finished.

— Mackinsey, age 14

About the Book:
Title: Moonglass
Author: Jessi Kirby
Release Date: 05/2011

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