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Summer Storm by Kristina Dunker
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Summer Storm (original 2004; edition 2011)

by Kristina Dunker (Author)

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Annie and her friends are enjoying a lazy day by the lake when ominous clouds appear. In the scramble to escape the storm, Annie's cousin Gina goes missing. After a fruitless search in the rain, the teens call the police for help. But as the days pass without a trace of the lost girl, nerves fray, accusations begin to fly, and disturbing information about the relationships Annie holds so dear come to light. If a girl can't trust her best friends, who can she trust?… (more)
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Title:Summer Storm
Authors:Kristina Dunker (Author)
Info:AmazonCrossing (2011), 146 pages
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Dieses Buch ist ein typischer Jugendroman nach dem Motto: unsere Freundschaft ist recht oberflächlich, ich muss über mich selbst hinauswachsen, psychische Abgründe, was ist wahre Freundschaft überhaupt?
Dabei geht der Roman mir jedoch nicht weit genug, wahre Abgründe lassen sich nicht erkennen, die Protagonistin ist langweilig und wenig tiefgründig, das Herzstück des Romans, "das Kleeblatt", diese "tolle Viererfreundschaft" ist schwammig gezeichnet!
Was genau verbindet die vier? Was ist das tolle daran? Man erfährt zu wenig. Generell ist das Buch oberflächlich, man merkt, dass hier jemand, der lange über die Jugend hinaus ist, einen Jugendroman schreiben möchte, aber keinen tiefeen Zugand mehr zum Jugendlichsein hat.

Unterm Strich handelt es sich um eine "ganz nette" Geschichte, Kategorie: kann man lesen, muss man aber nicht.
Zu einem richtig guten Roman fehlen nämlich noch der Hintergrund, mehr Details, mehr Tiefe. Spannend und unterhaltsam ist er jedoch allemal. ( )
  Superbella | May 31, 2012 |
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Annie and her friends are enjoying a lazy day by the lake when ominous clouds appear. In the scramble to escape the storm, Annie's cousin Gina goes missing. After a fruitless search in the rain, the teens call the police for help. But as the days pass without a trace of the lost girl, nerves fray, accusations begin to fly, and disturbing information about the relationships Annie holds so dear come to light. If a girl can't trust her best friends, who can she trust?

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