The second book featuring the new generation of Brighton-based Moonlight Dreamers.
The Moonlight Dreamers have all gone their separate ways for their half term, each returning with a new dream for their future. Jazz has fallen for the handsome singer that's working with her music producer dad; glamorous Allegra has returned from Spain committed to environmental activism; Portia is on a creative high after her graphic novel idol offers to mentor her own efforts; and Hope … well, Hope’s dreams are getting darker as her heart condition becomes harder to deal with and her OCD spirals.
When the four of them are together anything seem possible, but sometimes life gets in the way. However, the Dreamers soon discover that true friendship isn’t just about sharing your dreams. It’s about who will help make those dreams come true – and who can stop you from chasing the wrong ones.
Best-selling, award-winning author Siobhan Curham has written more than forty books for adults, teenagers and children including the internationally successful Moonlight Dreamers series. As a former council estate kid and university drop-out who very nearly gave up on her writing dream, Siobhan believes in helping as many people as possible achieve their own writing goals through her online writing community, The Writing Adventure.
Many readers will see themselves and their friends and family reflected within the pages of the book… I very much enjoyed it and really liked the idea of the four girls using quotes from Oscar Wilde to inspire them as they went about their lives.
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