Lost on the Water (Book Review)

Just in time for Halloween comes my review of the ghost story Lost on the Water by D.G. Driver. Driver once again proves a master writer at creating a strong female protagonist that readers will enjoy accompanying on an adventure. She also always manages to touch base on social issues facing our society today. 

The story takes place in a small town in Tennessee. Dannie, a California teenager, is visiting her grandmother for a couple of weeks while her parents jet off to Europe. She is about to unravel a slew of secrets that go back decades and reveal tragic events in her family history - secrets that explain bizarre events in her own childhood, and why she hasn't been back to visit her grandmother since she was three years old. 

Dannie was dreading the entire visit - what would she do all day in the woods where her grandmother's cabin stood? The cell signal was terrible, after all, and she was convinced this was going to be the worst part of her summer. However, on only her first full day in the town, she meets some boys who befriend her and invite her on an adventure of a lifetime. Before the adventure is over, she will uncover the truth behind one of the town's ghost stories, and the boys will discover the truth about Dannie. 

This is the fifth novel by Driver I have read and reviewed, and my favorite yet! This is an intriguing novel that will have you turning the pages until you get to the end. After reading her beautiful descriptions, I am ready to book my own cabin in the Tennessee mountains, ghosts and all! I highly recommend this novel to anyone who likes to go on adventures or has a fascination with old ghost stories. 

NOTE: I received this book free from the author requesting an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's rules and guidelines.

Other novels by D. G. Driver reviewed on Lavender Inspiration

Cry of the Sea

Whisper of the Woods

Echo of the Cliffs

No One Needed to Know


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