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A Year Without Autumn

On her way to visit her best friend Autumn Jenni Green suddenly finds she's been transported e 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 Under Her Command (The Bosss Pet, did her very best friend Autumn her little brother and parents The El Gaucho Martín FierroLa vuelta de Martín Fierro 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 Fragonard Art and Eroticism 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 Mao Zedong do When she The Monarchs Are Missing 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 Touchstone 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

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Struck and her friendship with Autumn will never be the same again But what caused the tragedy 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 futureThis 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 than a contemporary novel I finished the book very uickly and couldn t put it downAppropriateness 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

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Xactly one year forward in time Now she discovers that in the year that's gone by tragedy has I liked the premise of this book but I was also uite 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 towards middle grade children rather than young adults However I found it surprisingly enjoyableI 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 uite immaturely but this should be expected She is uite 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 uickly 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 usI d say that this is probably aimed 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 uite 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 uick and enjoyable read


About the Author: Liz Kessler

Liz Kessler is the author of three novels about Philippa Fisher as well as the NEW YORK TIMES best selling Emily Windsnap series She lives in Manchester England.



10 thoughts on “A Year Without Autumn

  1. says:

    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

  2. says:

    i try to imagine keeping something like that a secret for me whole life it would be like always wearing a mask over your face which everyone believed was the real you you would be the only person who knew it wasnt

  3. says:

    one of my all time faves as a kidI related to autumn a lot when I was in fifth grade I understand every single feeling of hers cause I kinda was in the same situation hope nobody drowns in parents related problems like me and autumn did

  4. says:

    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 1

  5. says:

    I liked the premise of this book but I was also uite 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 towards middle grade children rather than young adults However I fo

  6. says:

    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 outgoing of the two girls and comes from a slightly 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 conseuences

  7. says:

    Although it took me a few chapters to really be pulled into this novel I found it to be uite a fun sweet read ove

  8. says:

    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

  9. says:

    This book receives 335 stars from me It was not at all what I was expecting A uick read surprisingly it only took me a few hours to finish It was SOOOO sad and kindove depressing though The ending was happy but the rest of the book was so sad I was on the verge of tears at one point and that’s saying a lot because I’

  10. says:

    This is a story bout time travel I can accept one year forward but two three and Goshh Jenni pissed me off She followed whatever Autumn wanted to do Okay I shouldn't hate her lol what do you expect from 12 years old kid 🤣🌟

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