The Turning by Francine Prose; reviewed by Frances D.

The Turning by Francine Prose; reviewed by Frances D.

"This was a very good book, and I really enjoyed reading it. It was suspenseful and full of plot twists. The book was narrated in a series of letters, mainly from the main character, Jack (who was working on a tiny, isolated island), to his father and his girlfriend, Sophie. There were also letters to Jack, from those two. This way of narration was interesting and creative, and made you feel like someone was really there, telling the story to you personally. It was a really nice, new way of hearing a story. The ending of The Turning was really well done and kept you thinking about what's real and what's not." - Frances D.

If this book sounds good to you, find out more here! FYI, this book isn't available until September, but we're all eagerly awaiting its release.

This review is part of our Summer Reading Challenge.

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