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AMANDA BROOKE

 

Yesterday's Sun (2012)

 

Life for Holly was perfect and in line with her five-year plan - that is until she and her husband Tom buy a country home in a picture-perfect English village. While renovating, Holly discovers an old sundial which turns out to be a moondial which can show visions of the future with one condition; it's a life for a life. In Holly's visions, she has died during childbirth, leaving Tom to raise their newborn daughter Libby alone. Holly sets out to try to change their path away from this vision. Things get tense when Tom starts to pressure her about starting a family. Will Holly do everything in her power to avoid becoming pregnant, so that she may live or will she sacrifice herself for her unborn child? Yesterday's Sun reads as a flashback leading up to the main event in which we discover the outcome in the last chapter. The ending is one the reader does not expect and will have your eyes tearing up as you read. This is a heartbreaking and haunting read that I enjoyed more than I thought I would. (PP) 9/10

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