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On her way to visit her best friend, Autumn, Jenni Green suddenly finds she's been transported exactly one year forward in time. Now she discovers that in the year that's gone by, tragedy has struck and her friendship with Autumn will never be the same again. But what caused the tragedy?...

Title : A Year Without Autumn
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ISBN : 9781842555866
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Number of Pages : 256 Pages
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A Year Without Autumn Reviews

  • Brenda
    2019-05-03 14:26

    Jenni, her little brother and her parents visited the same park every year for a week. So did her very best friend Autumn, her little brother and parents. The day of their arrival was the same as it always was, and when the girls saw each other they were full of excitement for the week ahead. But the plan to go horse riding the following day was thwarted by a strange and frightening occurrence for Jenni. When she finally found Autumn, everything had changed. And to Jenni’s horror it appeared she had somehow been transported one year forward – in the meantime tragedy had struck and the girls’ friendship was not the way it was. What could Jenni do? When she discovered what had happened she knew she had to somehow go back in time to change the outcome. But could she? Was it even possible for her to do that? Or was she stuck in the future?A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler is an fun time travel novel which I enjoyed. The adventure that surrounds Jenni was well thought out; the obvious friendship between the two girls was important. A lovely novel for tweens, A Year Without Autumn is one I recommend.

  • Jia Jia
    2019-05-22 17:28

    I think that A Year Without Autumn is a good book and it’s written by Liz Kessler. It is fantasy and all but I won’t recommend it to adults because it’s for children. Adults will probably think it’s boring and childish. It’s about a 12 year old girl called Jenni. She and Autumn are best friends and they are inseparable. One day, they decided to go on a trip together. They were supposed to go horse-riding, but everything seemed to change when she used an old elevator to Autumn’s condo. She was shocked when she saw Autumn’s face. The face that was up all the time, the hair that was messy all over…… It all turned into a face like a ghost and hair in a neat ponytail. Where was crazy old Autumn?! Everyone seems to have changed and the only one left behind was her…… The author wasn’t very good with writing personalities because, the main character, Jenni, lacks personality. She is very quiet in the story and has only a little thought going on. Autumn, on the other hand, was described as a crazy and popular girl. Both girls have opposite personalities and it makes their friendship a bit unbelievable. The author should have focused more on giving both characters enough personality. Although Liz Kessler wasn’t really good with personalities, she made the story easy to understand. She didn’t stop in one scene and go to another, it was flowing on and on. By doing this, readers won’t get confused when they are reading the book. This is a book about friendship and about not wasting time. Time’s ticking and you’d better appreciate what you have now when you can because they or it might disappear without warning, anytime.

  • Ciaran Mcnamee
    2019-05-08 16:22

    Jenni and Autumn are twelve years old and best friends. Jenni, the narrator of the story, is somewhat in awe of Autumn: Autumn is the more outgoing of the two girls and comes from a slightly more affluent and bohemian family. While the two families are on holiday together Jenni finds herself transported to a year into the future. She discovers that in the year that has passed a terrible tragedy has occurred with consequences for both families and the girls’ friendship. This was a truly bizarre book. The story is both a time-travel adventure and a coming-of-age story and while it is quite good fun I’m not really convinced that either aspect of the story really worked. Throughout the course of the novel Jenni finds herself up to three years in her future. I’m prepared to accept the author’s explanation that Jenni looks older when she travels into the future. It is harder to believe that the three years of emotional maturity that Jenni has missed would not pose some sort of a barrier to her friendship with the older Autumn, but this is not addressed at all in the story. Even more ridiculous is the character of Mrs Smith, another time-traveller that Jenni meets. She is a 50 year-old woman who as a young girl imagined herself running the resort as an older woman. She and her then boyfriend broke up and lost touch some 35 years ago but she has returned to the resort in the hope that he will remember her dream and they will rekindle their romance. If this was a braver novel it might have explored the idea that sometimes childhood friendships decline because the children simply grow apart. David Almond conveys Michael’s alienation from his childhood friends beautifully in Skellig. There was certainly scope to do this in A Year Without Autumn: I found Autumn more interesting and likeable as a grief-stricken 13 year-old than an excitable twelve year-old. Instead, the story fell back into clichés about friendship lasting forever and love being about meeting the one and seizing the moment. It’s pretty obvious from the moment that Jenni arrives in the future that the lift is a time machine. However, no explanation is given as to why there is a time machine posing as a lift. No one has built it; it’s just there. Fortunately, despite being in the middle of a time-share resort, it has not led to the widespread displacement of holidaymakers. More worryingly, from the perspective of the story’s internal logic and Mrs Smith’s love life, Jenni manages to change history by taking an object from an alternative future back to the present day, thus ensuring that the alternative future never happens. Back to the Future II and the 1972 Dr Who story The Day of the Daleks both explore the impossibility of changing the past by means obtained from the future. Here the contradiction is breezily ignored, resulting in an unsatisfying conclusion to the story arc. A Year Without Autumn is a teenage melodrama. I think some upper Key Stage 2 girls would enjoy it for independent reading but it does not have sufficient depth to be used as a class novel. All of the central characters are girls and so I do not think it is aimed at or would particularly appeal to boys.

  • Batul
    2019-05-02 09:23

    کتاب خوبی بود. برای نوجوانان بین 12 تا 15 سال، یا کمی بالا پایین، خیلی مناسبه. در مورد دوستی و ارزش یه دوست خوب. در مورد خانواده و اطرافیان و اینکه چقدر برخوردهای ما موثر هست توی زندگی خودمون و زندگی دیگران و البته با تم سفر به آینده که خیلی هم داستان هیجان‌انگیزی داشت.‏فقط مشکلش توصیف تقریبا ضعیف صحنه‌ها بود که من خیلی نمی‌تونستم تصورش کنم.‏دومین کتابی که تو فیدیبو خوندم که البته برای خواهرم خریده بودمش

  • Stephanie (Stepping out of the Page)
    2019-05-05 14:33

    I liked the premise of this book, but I was also quite weary about it when I first heard about it. I thought the idea behind it was interesting, but I'm always a little apprehensive of time-travel novels (I can find them very confusing) and I think that this book is aimed more towards middle grade children rather than young adults. However, I found it surprisingly enjoyable!I admit that, at the start, I didn't think that I was going to enjoy this book as much as I did. Our protagonist, Jenni, is 12 years old and so talks quite immaturely, but this should be expected. She is quite excitable and the overuse of exclamation marks did start to bug me a little. However, as things start to change in Jenni's life, when she finds a lift which can transport her through time, her attitude, outlook and emotions quickly begin to mature, which I was thankful for. I'm glad that she didn't completely mature though - it was definitely as though it was a young teenager communicating with us.I'd say that this is probably aimed more towards 9-12 year olds, but as the book progressed, I think some of the issues discussed and the story in general could appeal to young adults. I actually liked the simple style that it was written in. The time travel idea wasn't made to be complex, and as it was straight forward, it was really easy to follow. It is, despite some serious subjects, a light and easy read that a lot of people may enjoy. Jenni tries to visit her friend Autumn one day, and finds that she has travelled a year into the future, where we learn that something disastrous has happened which has destroyed Autumn's life and that also threatens their friendship. I found the way that Jenni handled herself and the situation to be both believable and interesting. I didn't really find the sub plot, where Jenni meets a woman who has also travelled into the future, to be particularly interesting but it was a good attempt of adding something extra to the story and I can see why people would enjoy it. The story flowed well and it was certainly a page turner at points. I found myself to get quite absorbed into Jenni and Autumn's story, wishing I could help. As I was so enthralled, it didn't take me very long at all to finish this one. The story unravelled at a good pace and it wasn't very predictable, especially towards the end, which I really enjoyed. Everything was summed up by the end, and so there was a satisfying ending. If you find reading about changing and developing friendships, you'd probably enjoy this. Don't be put off by the sci-fi idea, even if you're not usually a fan - this is a simple, quick and enjoyable read.

  • Sara
    2019-05-25 09:37

    A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler follows Autumn and Jenny who are headed to the timeshare that their families have vacationed at for years. While on the way to Autumn's house Jenni takes an elevator and finds another woman in Jenni's apartment. She soon learns that the elevator has taken her one year into the future, a future where Jenni and Autumn's life has fallen apart because of a horrible accident. Jenni must deal with everything and figure out how she keeps ending up in the future.This is a terrific and original book about how one thing can change everything and how loss and tragedy can effect a whole community. A book of family and friendship. I loved both Jenni and Autumn and the interaction between their families. The magic aspect was added perfectly and even slightly believable, making it just a little more than a contemporary novel. I finished the book very quickly and couldn't put it down.Appropriateness: There is no adult content in this book. There is no romance (except a bit of matchmaking with older characters) and the middle school age characters act like normal middle school aged students. I would recommend this book to readers 10-14

  • Sara
    2019-05-03 13:12

    Although it took me a few chapters to really be pulled into this novel, I found it to be quite a fun, sweet read overall. It's summer and 12-year-old Jenni is going on the annual family vacation with her family; her best friend Autumn's family has a condo nearby as well, so the two girls get to spend the whole week together. One day, heading to Autumn's place, Jenni uses this old elevator that she thought was broken and it takes her forward in the future, where she sees how awful things have become: her baby sister's been born and her parents are fighting all the time, Autumn's little brother has been seriously hurt, and no one seems happy. The more Jenni looks into the future and tries to figure out what went wrong, the more she realizes that she has to change things somehow, only she doesn't know how.Jenni and Autumn didn't feel like fully developed characters at the beginning of the book, but they really grew on me as the pages went on. At first, Jenni was too passive and Autumn was almost bossy, so I didn't get a good feel on why they were friends or why I should care, but when the time travel began, they suddenly came to life and developed real emotions. I feel like the target age group for this book would love these characters, since they're normal girls who rely on each other for support through tough times. The magic of the elevator played a big role in the book's plot, obviously, since it revolves around time travel, but there were no other magical elements in the book, making it seem very contemporary despite this science fiction-y catalyst. Jenni is a very smart main character, trying to figure out what's going on and how she can stop it, and I liked seeing the ways in which she tried to observe the future without giving herself away. Her appearance ages, so no one notices anything different about her, but she has no knowledge of the past year, nor has she mentally aged. Still, she came off as an extremely smart and endearing 12 year old, determined to make things right despite everything seeming so far out of her reach. I didn't know how this book would end, as I couldn't think of an easy way to wrap things up, but the author did a good job finding a smart and believable way to end it. I closed the book feeling satisfied and feel confident that many others will too.

  • Emma
    2019-04-26 16:30

    Jenni is looking forward to spending the end of her summer vacation with her family at their timeshare apartment. While it’s great to get away, she also gets to spend the last weeks of summer with her best friend Autumn and her family. Autumn is the best friend Jenni could wish for: she’s exciting while Jenni is cautious. After Jenni takes a ride in the rickety old elevator in their building, she knocks on Autumn’s apartment door only to find someone else living there. Although it might seem impossible, Jenni seems to have travelled a year in the future. It seems unimaginable to Jenni, but something has happened in the last year that has put a wedge in Jenni and Autumn’s friendship. As Jenni keeps travelling further into the future, she sees everything she knows unravel each year. While her friendship with Autumn once seemed indestructible, a tragic event has distanced them and Jenni actually went a year without talking to Autumn. Was it really worth it for Jenni to see the future and is it set in stone? I love time travel and was looking forward to A Year Without Autumn, but once I started reading this book and realized that the main character was twelve, I wasn’t so sure anymore. As the story started to unfold, I was sure I knew what was going to happen. Autumn’s bossy ways and Jenni’s belief that she didn’t deserve her best friend would push them apart. As it turns out, things were much more complicated than this. As Jenni tries to piece together what happened to ruin her friendship with Autumn, she finds out that a tragic event occurred on the very day she travelled to the future. As she travels into the future a year at a time, she finds that this event didn’t just affect her friendship with Autumn but her whole family as well. This aspect of the plot was touching and made me emotionally invested in the story. The characters also proved to be less superficial than they first appeared. As I said, I love time travel. Some of the particulars of the time travel made my head spin and I think there were a few things that didn’t make sense. However, the overall affect worked well. Another thing I didn’t like was the character of Mrs. Smith: that plotline felt a bit forced to me. Of course, a few flaws doesn’t stop me from liking a book. I easily found myself wrapped up in the story and sitting on the edge of my seat, wondering what would happen next. A Year Without Autumn is not only about time travel and fantasy, but also about friendship and family. It’s a great read for younger readers looking for a story about friendship and growing up with a twist. 3.5/5

  • Nicole Beaudry
    2019-05-24 09:35

    This was a quick and easy read. The time travel aspect of it was interesting, but Jenni and Autumn both felt a little "undercooked". While I appreciate that Middle Grade fiction has a considerable amount of constraints in terms of character development and also plot, the ending was a little too pat for me, and I think it might have been interesting to take it in a different direction -- all things considered, however, the ending I would have liked would be too bleak for MG fiction, most likely. I don't see why a younger reader (or one less likely to overthink) wouldn't really enjoy this book, though.

  • Josie
    2019-05-16 14:34

    This book was SO good. Once I started it I could not stop. I felt really close to the characters. I would recommend this book to people who want a page turner. I liked how you could go into the future with the character and see what happens. This was a really good book.

  • Becky
    2019-05-19 11:32

    I won a copy of this on 'Girls <3 Books' blog ages ago but put it to one side as I had a mountain of other books to read. Every year at the library we do a 'Book of the Year' event where we have to read 6 books then vote for the best, this year this book is on the list. They are all Children's/Middle Grade books. I thought I had better start reading the nominated books and as I had my own copy of this I thought it would be a good place to start.Jenni and her family always go to the same place on holiday, organized little condo's where activities are planned and there is nice places to go walking, and best of all she gets to see her best friend Autumn. In the main building complex there are two lifts, one that everyone uses and one that has been broken for years, but one day Jenni is waiting for the lift and the old one whirs into life, so she takes it, but when she steps out 1 floor up she discovers she has gone 1 year into the future and life has changed drastically. She needs to figure out how to get back and change everything that's gone wrong. I thought this book sounded quite exciting, different and intriguing and I was looking forward to reading it. I started it this morning and finished it at about four this afternoon, it's only 245 pages and easy to read font.I liked Jenni as a character and the air of mystery in the book was good, I liked how the girls relationship changes as the events influence them, but there were also moments where I was disappointed something happened, or one of them said something that caused more problems.There were bits of this book I found myself really getting into and rather enjoying but there were also bits where I started to skim read a little bit, waiting for something to happen again. I liked the conclusion of the book and was glad with the outcome, but there was also a continuation question that arised which i can't say here because it would ruin the storyline and conclusion - major spoiler, but it just didn't make total sense to me.I'm not trying to be negative and it was a sweet little book, as I say there were quite a few parts that I really did enjoy and I liked the narrative style, it just didn't wow me.

  • Zoya S
    2019-05-09 12:18

    When you see a cover likeA Year Without Autumn you're probably thinking that the author is writing about the season Autumn. Well not this time, this is a book about two best friends Jenni and Autumn. Jenni and Autumn have always been best friends but this year everything changes. When Jenni and Autumn take there usually summer vacation they decide to go horseback riding. As Jenni is heading to Autumns condo she sees a new elevator and decides to ride it. After a while she realizes that this elevator took her up one year in her life as the floor numbers went up. Not only did she disturb her present time but in this future Jenni sees many, many problems including serious injurys and even their friendship falling apart. This book made me feel very excited, scared and very worried what the next outcome would be in Autumn and Jenni's struggle in friendship. I would recommend this book to lovers of drama, time traveling and plot twisting books. While I was reading this wonderful book I realized that some parts of it was very similar toIvy and BeanandThe Land Of Stories Series . If you do have a chance to read this book I know that you'll very much enjoy it!

  • Helen Mc
    2019-05-24 15:32

    A Year Without Autumn – Liz KesslerA Year Without Autumn tells of the story of a 12 year old girl (Jenni) who discovers what true friendship is all about. Autumn is Jenni’s best friend. The two girls do everything together and have great love and respect for one another. One day Jenni suddenly finds herself exactly one year ahead, in the future. As the story unfolds, we learn of a tragedy that threatens to destroy their close friendship. As a result. Jenni has to figure out what events have taken place in the previous year that has made the girls bond become strained and on the verge of destruction. It is unravelling the clues that help Jenni find her way home. This book recently won a Blue Peter award (2012). I think that this book is most suitable for girls between the ages of 11/12-14 years old. In my opinion, Kessler captures the stereotypical view of young teenage girls effectively. However, I feel that this stereotypical image is quashed as we see how Jenni grows and matures, as a person, from the challenges she faces throughout the story. Young girls may find this story relatable as they may be at the age which they may face many life’s struggles (that being of fitting in with peer groups and developing their own sense of identity simultaneously).

  • Raquel
    2019-05-07 11:37

    A very charming story from the author of the Emily Windsnap series. This book is a departure from Emily Windsnap and her fantastical world of mermaids but it bases itself on the same thing. A young girl, put in unusual and magical circumstances and trying to make sense of things on her own. Jenni is in many ways a normal 11 year old. A pair of doting parents, an annoying little brother, a baby sister on the way and a best friend. Said bff, Autumn, is the polar opposite of Jenni. Autumn is vivacious, opinionated, outgoing, erratic and often a spaz. Jenni is calm, thoughtful and dotes on Autumn. They are very close best friends. When Jenni goes to visit Autumn at Condo #210, Jenni takes the wrong elevator and finds herself in another year. And boy have things gone wrong since then. This book is a fun read but also thought-provoking too. I think kids will really like the time-travel element and the best-friend dynamic in the story.

  • Cat
    2019-05-22 17:25

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book from start to finish, although i dont really get how the lift was the time machine or how mrs.smith could still be in Autumn's appartment a year in the future(because Mickey was not in a coma and her parents didn't lose their jobs, and they didn't sell their timeshare etc.), i really couldn't put it down. I spent the whole of today, in school, distracted because i was thinking about possible plot lines for the book ending (: Amazing book, well done Liz Kessler.

  • Megan Mann
    2019-04-27 11:30

    It's the last Saturday of August, the day Jenni and her family settle into their condo for the last week of summer. It's the same thing every year. Jenni's family has always been organized and punctual. Neither quality applies to Jenni's best friend's family. No, Autumn's family is a group of artists that are so full of life that Jenni feels lucky enough just to be in their presence. On the first night, Autumn tells Jenni that they're going horseback riding the next day. All through the next morning, Jenni isn't sure it's such a good idea. Autumn tells her it'll be fine and to meet her in front of her place at exactly two o'clock. Without thinking, Jenni takes the old elevator up to Autumn's condo on the second floor. Only it's no longer Autumn's condo. A woman named Mrs.Smith is there asking her what sort of game she's playing at. 210 is her condo and if Jenni is looking for Autumn, she'd be better off looking on the first floor. But what Jenni finds there isn't what she hoped for. Autumn isn't her usual vivacious self and Jenni looks a year older. Everything has changed and Jenni realizes that she has traveled a year forward in time. A year in which she finds nothing but heartache and pain. A year where nothing makes sense.What brought her here? Can she get back to the present day? Can she fix everything that has happened to those that are most important to her?I'm a pretty big Liz Kessler fan. I LOVE her Emily Windsnap series and have enjoyed reading the Philippa Fisher stories as well, so I was excited to get a non-series book of hers in the mail. It was a fun time traveling romp. It was quite sad at times, but also heroic in the sense that she discovered who she was and what she was capable of. There was a lot of suspense over where it would take her and what would happen next. I thought that was a really nice touch. You wanted everything to work out.If you want a nice, quick read, I'd say this is a good one.

  • Amy
    2019-04-26 12:25

    Recommended for: grades 6+Book talk:This book, more than anything, made me think. It made me think about the fact that small moments and chance coincidences can change our lives forever. Jenni and Autumn are best friends who appear to live a pretty great life. They have loving families who spend a week each year in a vacation home. One day, to get to Autumn’s family’s apartment rental, Jenni takes an old elevator in the building, not the one that she usually takes. As this elevator takes her up to the next floor, it also takes her…. ahead one year.A year into the future, Autumn’s brother is in a coma and Jenni’s parents are constantly fighting. Jenni and Autumn’s friendship is frayed as well. Now that Jenni knows where her life is heading… can she do anything to fix it?Review:Soft fantasy sells, as do books on friendships, so I can see this being a winner in my classroom library. It was absent some of the charms of a Wendy Mass book or a book like Snicker of Magic, but I think my students will enjoy seeing themselves in Jenni’s shoes. Even though the time travel mechanics are simplistic and there’s a wildly implausible romantic side plot (I mean, even in a book that features time travel, this one was unrealistic!) it was an enjoyable if not remarkable read.Some of my students might not have the background knowledge to understand what a timeshare is and some might have no life experience to contextualize the setting -- I wonder whether that will play into comprehension.

  • Becky Keir Grace
    2019-05-19 15:30

    Every summer Jenni and her family vacation with her best friend, Autumn, and their family. Everything seems normal until Jenni takes a ride in an old elevator. The world is now one year ahead and Jenni has no recollection of the past year. Jenni then learns that something terrible happens to Autumn's family, something that tests the strength of their friendship. She realizes how people can change after something bad happens. I liked Jenni's character. She was the sidekick and had trouble doing things on her own. She struggling with finding her own voice and standing up for herself. All things to be testes in this book.In another tale of time travel, this one holds a good lesson as well. What happens when you know the future?

  • Diana (Booking an Adventure)
    2019-04-30 10:28

    It was a little slow to get into. I admit I skipped a few pages in the beginning to get to the part where she had her time jump. Only because the beginning seriously made me want to drop the book. But after the time jump, things got serious. Like an unexpected turn of seriousness that I did not see coming. It was interesting to see how Jenni and Autumn worked on their friendship over the years even with the time travel messing up their mojo. The side couple who also time traveled is very cute too. I give props for the creative title though and I'm really attached to the cover. Good book but it just wasn't the most memorable time travel book I've read.For more of my reviews, please visit Booking an Adventure.

  • SusanDunn
    2019-05-23 10:24

    Jenni and her best friend Autumn both spend a week each summer with their families at a timeshare condo. Jenni and Autumn have been best friends forever - Autumn is outgoing and fun, and the much more quiet Jenni has always been a bit in her shadow. The second day of their visit, Jenni takes the old creaky elevator, that hasn't been working up until now, up to Autumn's second floor condo. But when she knocks on Autumn's door, a stranger answers it. The old elevator has somehow sent Jenny forward a whole year - and in that year some terrible things have happened. Jenni must figure out how to get back to her own time, and even more important, how to change the course of events.

  • Dana
    2019-05-15 09:42

    I really enjoyed the Emily Windsnap series so I was expecting to like this new novel by Liz Kessler, but was very disappointed. The story was so frustrating and I forced myself to read it until the end to see if the resolution was worth all the irritation the book caused me. The ending was alright, but this book just put me in a bad mood from all the anxiety and frustration of the two main characters. I also have no idea who I would want to recommend this to, and especially not any children. This idea could have been so much better if it had been lighter or if the main character hadn't been so annoying!

  • Isabel Russo
    2019-05-25 15:41

    I think this is a really fun book for young adults! The amazing author of this book, Liz Kessler, has put together such an suspenseful book! It is a bit challenging with the time changing ,and years switching here, and there. As challenging as it is, this book carries on a message, reminding you that one good friend is better than a bunch of bad friends, and to focus on the present because you don't want to miss a minute of it!

  • Kassia
    2019-04-26 14:22

    I read this book Christmas Break of 2011. I love Liz Kessler's books and when I heard this was coming out, I had to get it. I'm glad I did! The concept of this book is so deep and incredible...but fun. All the characters were amazing and added greatly to the story's plot. The moral of the story has been used before, but the book puts a whole new meaning on it: be careful what you wish for.

  • Fatemeh
    2019-04-27 09:37

    حقیقتا به نظرم ارزش سه ستاره داشت و به خاطر این که به طرز مسخره ای تونست آینده رو تغییر بده (در حالی که من توقع داشتم همه چی بدتر از قبل شه) دو ستاره فقط، اما چون منو یاد بهترین دوستم انداخت لایق پنج ستاره ست.از دست دادن سال های عمر و... اینکه اگه درست بپرسی مردم به سوالات جواب میدن، عالی بوددر کل لذت بردیم:دی

  • Sara Shaw
    2019-05-02 09:14

    I'm SO shocked!!! This book is awful. Stopped at page 52. What I couldn't tolerate was the main character, Jenni. She is TSTL, such a FOLLOWER!!! she thinks everything autumn does is perfect!!! She follows autumn EVERYWHERE and she's so childish and silly. If I can give this 0 stars, I would.

  • Ella
    2019-04-24 09:37

    A Year without Autumn is a spectacular science-fiction novel. It is well written, and it has a great plot. The emotion portrayed in this book is first class, and makes me cry every time I read it. Liz Kessler's A Year without Autumn is one of my favorite novels.

  • LoveToRead
    2019-05-15 12:29

    wow just wow

  • Alaina
    2019-05-07 16:25

    Was a bad written book that will take you through a boring vacation. Terrible

  • Ftmh
    2019-05-13 11:34

    خیلی خوبو عاااااااالییییییییییی

  • Amanda Tollis
    2019-05-13 13:19

    amazing book. You should read it.