Lily has always felt as if she were in the shadow of Budgie, the worldly one in the center of all the attention. Having spent summers together on the small peninsula of Seaview, RI, although she’s grown and at Smith College, she still feels inferior to Budgie who is able to navigate the world of men so smoothly – or at least, that is what is feels like. As Lily begins her romance with a football star from Dartmouth, Nick, she learns gradually, as we do, that things are not exactly as they appear to be.
The author utilizes a back and forth, between time periods 7 years apart, which tells the story from 2 sides and maintains a great aura of suspense. The characters are beautiful, the writing is elegant and the story whips into a twisted plot and a stormy ending.
Another beautiful story by Beatriz Williams!
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Thank you for reviewing A Hundred Summers. I had never heard of it, or of Beatriz Williams, but it was just the type of book I was looking for for our vacation. I enjoyed it immensely.