The Summer of Skinny Dipping

The Summer of Skinny Dipping

eBook - 2010
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There Are Some Summers You'll Always Remember Sometimes I wake up shivering in the early hours of the morning, drowning in dreams of being out there in the ocean that summer, of looking up at the moon and feeling as invisible and free as a fish. But I'm jumping ahead, and to tell the story right I have to go back to the beginning. To a place called Indigo Beach. To a boy with pale skin that glowed against the dark waves. To the start of something neither of us could have predicted, and which would mark us forever, making everything that came after and before seem like it belonged to another life. My name is Mia Gordon: I was sixteen years old, and I remember everything.
Publisher: Made available through hoopla, 2010.
[United States] : Sourcebooks Inc, 2010.
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Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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addui
Jun 07, 2014

Love it!! So sad and fun at the same time. Could not put down!

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jasmintasia
Nov 05, 2012

I fell in love with this book the moment i started it. The plot grows and grows and is quite predictable yet not at all. The ending kind of ends the book badly and is to short and ruins the end but i stilled loved the book aand i could read it over and over again.

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musicwithdance
Aug 01, 2012

Sad ending, good though

chiangtingchen Jul 18, 2012

Ehhhhhh. It wasn't very good. I thought the ending was predictable.

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jhailley13
Nov 12, 2011

I absolutely loved this book! I was seconds from crying before I realized that I was at school in class. I REALLY wish that I knew what would've happened if he hadn't died. But seriously, this is one of the best books that I've ever read.

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22950009027244
Jun 18, 2011

My 14 year old daughter absolutely loved this book. Touching and sweet.

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bookworm356
Apr 26, 2011

Magestic! You can't help yourself from falling love witht the characters and you never want to let to go.

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Felicia360
Dec 28, 2010

Great Book!
the begining was boring i scanned through a couple of pages... close to the ending was intreasting and when she met simon was good!

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E_Kazan
Sep 29, 2010

Pretty good book.
The beginning is kind of boring but it get's better when she meets Simon.
:( Awww Simon!
Fairly obvious ending...

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jhailley13
Nov 12, 2011

jhailley13 thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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22950009027244
Jun 18, 2011

22950009027244 thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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E_Kazan
Sep 29, 2010

E_Kazan thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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E_Kazan
Sep 29, 2010

The back:
Sometimes I still wake up shivering in the early hours of the morning, drowning in dreams of being out there in the ocean that summer, of looking up at the moon and feeling as invisible and free as a fish. But I'm jumping ahead, and to tell the story right I have to go back to the very beginning. To a place called Indigo Beach. To a boy with pale skin that glowed against the dark waves. To the start of something neither of us could have predicted, and which would mark us forever, making everything that came after and before seem like it belonged to another life.

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E_Kazan
Sep 29, 2010

"The rest of the girls out here are just shooting stars," Simon whispered into my ear."They're on a crash course to nowhere. But you, my lady friend, you're a black hole. You've sucked me in, and now there's no escape..."

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