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Chloe Saunders used to have a relatively normal lifeBut now she finds herself in the middle of some really strange situations becauseShe suddenly starts seeing dead peopleShe gets locked up in a group home for unstable teensThe group home isn't what it seems My name is Chloe Saunders and my life will never be the same againAll I wanted was to make friends meet boys and keep on being ordinary I don't even know what that means any It all started on the day that I saw my first ghost—and the ghost saw meNow there are ghosts everywhere and they won't leave me alone To top it all off I somehow got myself locked up in Lyle House a special home for troubled teens Yet the home isn't what it seems Don't tell anyone but I think there might be to my housemates than meets the eye The question is whose side are they on? It's up to me to figure out the dangerous secrets behind Lyle House before its skeletons come back to haunt me


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    I sat down at my computer this morning and tried to think of something interesting to say about my reading experience of The Summoning It seems though that all of my creative faculties have been sucked away since I spent eighty percent of this book imagining what the story COULD have beenThe story is like the little engine that could It has the potential it's chugging away it's working hard Only as it turns out it's The Little Engine That Could Have Been Something interestingThe first part of The Summoning was great It was creepy with freaky ghosts and our protagonist Chloe Saunders being put in a Group Home for disturbed children That's the first eighty or so pages and then the story abruptly stops there The ghosts the spooky atmosphere and all that doesn't show up very much from then on There's a few instances but they're no longer scary and frankly the focus of the story is on the Group Home from then on which I found really frustrating and annoyingThere's even these tantalizing hints that there's a supernatural community out there somewhere that Chloe could escape to Yet do we get to see it? No I doubt there could have been a effective way of annoying me This book was the biggest tease Everything it seemed to promise was just smoke and mirrors behind what it really provided What it really provided wasn't at all greatChloe is not a great character Armstrong seems unable to decide what kind of person Chloe is Most of the time she is docile and a bit of a push over She's a self prescribed rich brat She never puts up a fight with anyone oh of course EXCEPT for the people who could help her That's right The big intimidating guy with a violent history is the perfect person to practice your bravado on I know she's only supposed to be fourteen but she's just a non event There's nothing interesting about her She spends most of the story just annoying me with her patheticnessThe other characters are just boring I had no interest in any of them I kept waiting for something interesting to happen someone interesting to come along but they never did It was agonizingly painful and disappointing Warning Spoilers belowWhat the hell? I have never been so disappointed in the ending of a book my life She has this great escape from the Group Home that we've been forced to suffer through for pretty much the entire book only to end up in yet another asylum? I have no interest in reading on I've already read Armstrong's Stolen and the asylum in that was boring enough Not interested in going through it againAnd the big reveal at the end? Okay sit around kiddies it's time for a plot lesson from Mrs Kennedy Gather in close okay? For all of you writing a story or novel do not and I repeat do not make the big reveal at the end of your story so painfully obvious from a quarter in okay?The Group Home is evil? Dang I didn't figure that out two hundred pages ago Stop I never saw THAT coming Rolls eyes Oh no Who are we to believe in now that it turns out that the Group Home is evil? The very foundation of our world has been turned upside down Okay I just woke up so my sarcasm o'meter is on full throttle right nowAunt Lauren made absolutely no freakin' sense by the way I feel like it was flung in there at the last moment as a shock and awe tactic It wasn't shocking it wasn't awing it was just stupidSo over all I was quite underwhelmed with this book and I have absolutely no intention of reading the others I'll stick with Armstrong's adult fiction from now on like Tatiana told me I should