Tremarnock Summer by Emma Burstall
Welcome to my stop on this fantastic blog tour for Emma Brustall brand new book in the Tremarnock series. Today I have a review of the book. Enjoy! xo
Format: Kindle Edition
Published: May 17, 2017
Print Length: 384 pages
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Links: Amazon / GoodReads
The Tremarnock Summer is the third book in the Tremarnock series and my first visit to this wonderfully vibrant Cornish village. And even though I am a bit late to the reading party I still very much enjoyed Emma Burstall descriptive and heartwarming writing style.
Bramble Challoner has had a very normal upbringing. She lives in a semi in the suburbs of London with her parents and works at the call centre down the road. She still goes out with the boy she met at school. At weekends they stay in and watch films on the telly and sometimes hold hands. Bramble is dying for an adventure.
So when her very grand grandfather, Lord Penrose, dies, leaving his huge, rambling house in Cornwall to her, Bramble packs her bags immediately, dragging along her best friend, Katie. The sleepy village of Tremarnock had better be ready for its newest residents...
Bramble Challoner is happy enough, but she seems to be missing a bit of spark and excitement in her life. So it comes as a bit of a surprise when her very distant ( and not very likeable) relative bequests Bramble in his will a large estate Bramble's begins to fizz and spark with lots of possibilities.
I loved Bramble's character she was not afraid of grabbing this one in a life time chance and embarked on an adventurous ( sometimes a bit daunting) journey to discover a bit more about her great grandfather, Lord Penrose. And with her best friend Katie, she finds lots of interesting things she would never expect.
Through into the mix, a few other residents of the seaside town of Tremarnock and their own everyday life dramas and you have a very intriguing and fast paced story.
My only regret is that I haven't read Emma Burstall previous Tremarnock books as I got really fond of Liz and her little family as well as the other residents.
The authors wonderfully descriptive writing made me fall in love with the beautiful place where the sky is blue, the sea has a magical pull, and the people rally around to make you feel happy.
A magical book to get comfy with this summer!
A huge thank you to Head of Zeus for inviting on this blog tour!
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