Autumn Sommers is not a fan of dreams.
When your dreams have the power to foretell tragedy and you
donít know why and when they will choose to show up it is
not pleasant. It has been twelve years since the last time
her dreams scared her. Now she is dreaming about a girl who
needs her help. She needs to help her Ė no one else can.
Ben McKenzie has lived every parentís
nightmare, the loss and death of a child. Now Autumn is
telling him his beloved Molly is not dead only stolen and
Autumn needs his help to find his daughter. Can he survive
the heartache of going through the search again or will it
tear him apart? Does he dare give up the shred of hope?
Convincing Ben that she is not out to
hurt him or his family, or to gain financially from their
tragedy, is not going to be easy. But Autumn canít give up.
Molly needs her help and no one else can help her.
The Summit is an intense,
gripping novel. I found myself being rung through a gamut of
emotions. The pain that Ben feels is not treated lightly but
is shown in a tactful and intense manner. Autumn is just the
right amount of uncertain in what she dreams, but at the
same time certain that she needs to try and help Molly.
Rachel Gibson has written a book that draws on the readerís
emotions. A novel well worth reading.