Today’s my stop on the BBNYA Spotlight Tour for We Wait by Megan Taylor
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About the Book (From Goodreads): The wealthy Crawleys can’t abide a scandal, so when fifteen-year-old Maddie’s behaviour causes concern, she’s packed off to the family’s country estate, along with her best friend, Ellie. But while Maddie is resentful, Ellie is secretly thrilled. A whole summer at Greywater House, which she’s heard so much about – and with Maddie, who she adores…
But from the moment the girls arrive, it’s clear there’s more to the house and the family than Ellie could ever have imagined. Maddie’s aunt, Natalie, and her bedridden grandmother are far from welcoming – and something has been waiting at Greywaters, something that flits among the shadows and whispers in the night.
As the July heat rises and the girls’ relationship intensifies, the house’s ghosts can’t be contained, and it isn’t just Ellie who has reason to be afraid. Three generations of the Crawley family must face their secrets when past and present violently collide.
Number of Pages: 236
About the Author: [Megan Taylor] was born in Greenwich in South London in 1973. [She] has always loved writing.
[Her] first novel, a dark coming of age story, ‘How We Were Lost’, was placed second in the 2006 Yeovil Prize (the Betty Bollingbroke-Kent award) and went on to be published by Flame Books (www.flamebooks.com) in June 2007.
[She] currently live in Nottingham with [her] young family, where [she’s] working towards a Creative Writing MA online with Manchester Metropolitan University, and completing [her] second novel ‘Before the Light’.
Set against a backdrop of wintry beauty ‘Before the Light’ is a literary thriller following a single family over a single life-changing night.
Although they’re very different stories, both ‘How We Were Lost’ and ‘Before the Light’ reflect [her] continued fascination with the shadows and secrets of people’s inner worlds and the isolation that can exist even within the closest relationships.