Everyone loves a sleepover!!! Don't they?
But what about when something really strange and scary happens?
Sydney's sleepover isn't your normal 12-year-old overnight stay!
Sure the girls do the usual things, but then it takes a sudden turn for the worst possible scenario.
However, I'm not going to spoil the surprise by telling you what happens!!!
A game or truth or dare leads to a new girlfriend/boyfriend relationship.
Who will it be? Sydney, Sandy, Rach, Bridget or Susie....
Girls aged 9-12 will love the suspense and drama in this book.
You won't be able to put it down!!!
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As Sydney’s house came into view, Remmy and Sandy both gaped through the car window.
Remmy had thought that their home was big (especially in comparison to her house back in Sweet Lips) but Sydney’s was at least double its size. It had more windows than she could possibly count and there was an elaborate pebbled driveway that was lined with circular pink rose bushes.
‘Well, isn’t this just lovely?’ Janice turned around and looked at the girls. ‘You must both be very excited!’
‘Personally, I think it’s a bit too showy,’ Sandy huffed. ‘And what’s with all of the roses.’
‘I think that the rose bushes are very beautiful, I bet they smell divine.’
‘Whatever!’ Sandy slumped down into her seat.
‘It is a bit OTT,’ Marcus commented.
‘Nonsense, it’s lovely. Sydney’s father must have a very well-paid job.’
‘Or he has rich parents,’ Marcus said under his breath.
‘What was that?’ Janice looked at him.
‘Nothing darling.’ He gave her a forced smile.
Remmy clamped her mouth shut to try and stop herself from laughing. She couldn’t deny that Sydney’s house was impressive but her favorite place to live would always be their home back in Sweet Lips. She believed that it wasn’t the size of a house that was important but the memories that were created within it.
They drove up to the front of the house and parked up behind Bridget’s mom’s dented Ford Fiesta. They all stepped out of the vehicles and Remmy and Janice both stared up at the enormous house.
‘Hi, guys!’ Bridget waved as she skipped her way over to them.
‘Hi, Bridge!’ Remmy beamed at her.
Already translated. Translated by Paola Cappanna
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