A friend loaned this one to me a while ago and since it wasn't in my usual genres, it sort of sat on my shelf until now. It's an interesting take on a coming of age story. There's no real plot, no beginning or end, just a snapshot of the life of a 13yr old boy taking one summer out of his life to look at. It was a remarkable summer for him in which he found incredible things washed up on the shore where he lived but more than that, it was a summer when he learned more about himself than the sea.
Again, not really my type of book in a lot of ways. I found it a little disjointed and I just couldn't really connect with the main character. Not a bad book and I can see why it was recommended, but not really my kind of thing.
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