Saturday, March 14, 2015

Around The World ARC Tours Presents The Last Good Day of the Year by Jessica Warman

About The Book:

Ten years ago, seven-year-old Samantha and her next door neighbor Remy watched helplessly as Sam's little sister was kidnapped. Later, Remy and Sam identified the man and he was sent to prison.

Now, Sam's shattered family is returning to her childhood home in an effort to heal. As long-buried memories begin to surface, she and Remy wonder what they really saw. The more they re-examine the events of that fateful night, the more questions they have about what happened to Turtle . . . and they become more certain that Turtle's killer is still out there, hidden amongst the members of their tight-knit community.

Master storyteller Jessica Warman keeps readers guessing in an arresting page-turner that questions whether the potential for evil lurks within us all.

ebook, 304 pages

Expected publication: May 12th 2015 by Walker Childrens


What can I say about this book without giving away everything....... It reminded me of the Ramsey case and that was very scary because I remember my parents telling me to always lock the door and never ever go anywhere unless you go with someone else.

Sam and her best friend Remy watch as someone kidnaps Sam's little sister Turtle. As the police look for the kidnapper Sam's family decides to move away for awhile to heal. But not even moving can heal them so they move back to the old house and try to get on. Sam and Remy start to rethink about the kidnapping and what they really saw and who they really saw. Being so young they are not sure that they have the right man in prison.

As things start to come back to the girls in flashes they realize they may have not have seen what they told the police and the wrong man may be in prison. Is there a predator lurking in there neighborhood that everyone loves and trusts or is the right man in prison and the girls just don't remember because they were so young?

This story will have you at the end of your seat wanting to read faster just to find out if the girls were wrong or if they were right.

You will need your tissues for this one because I did.

About The Author:

JESSICA WARMAN is the author of Breathless, Where the Truth Lies, and Between, which have received six starred reviews among them. Between was published in a total of twelve countries around the world. Jessica has an MA in creative writing and lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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