Date Released: July 1st 2008
Pages: 390 pages
Source: Friend's Shelf
The story centers around Chloe Saunders, a normal teenager – well, as normal as being a teenager gets – until the day she starts seeing ghost – yeah, that ain’t normal – so a few stuff happens and she ends up in Lyle House, Lyle House being a place for not so normal people. A loony. Yup, people think she’s crazy, but I mean, if you’re seeing people that don’t exist, maybe you are crazy, aren’t you?
As Chloe questions her own sanity, she begins to discover that not everything is nice and sunny at Lyle’s House. Things start to get really off and a new question comes to her, is she really crazy, or do They make her want to believe she is? And who are They? Well, you’ll never guess, once you hop on board this train, you’re up for a juicy ride.
The whole story is very unpredictable and addicting. The things that happen are incredible and chilling and there’s a cliff-hanger ending.
The Summoning is one of my favorite books and series, completely enjoyable and addicting, a must read.
He pivoted, gaze following me as I crossed to the shower and turned on the cold water, so it would drown out our conversation without steaming up the room.Great," he muttered."Now they're going to think we're showering together. Maybe we can just tell them we were washing off the crawl space dirt and trying to conserve water."