Meg and her sister Molly are completely different. Molly is older, prettier, and popular. Meg is younger, artistic, and not really that pretty. Meg has a lot of resentment towards Molly. But their family has moved to a new house and they are forced to share the same room. Just as they are starting to adjust, Molly is rushed to the hospital. Something is terribly wrong. With the help of new friends like Will, Ben, and Maria, Meg copes with her sister’s illness. Meg gets lost in her photographs and hopes that its not too late to tell Molly how she really feels. I have read this book a few times since the eighth grade when I first read it, and still feel closer to my own sister each time. A Summer to Die is an inspiring story about loving yourself and remembering what is truly important to you.
Reviewed by Emma
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