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The Second Home A Debut Novel Set On Cape Cod That Centers On A Beloved Family Home And The Summer That Changed The Lives Of Three Siblings Forever, Perfect For Readers Of J Courtney Sullivan And Elin HilderbrandAfter A Disastrous Summer Spent At Her Family S Summer Home On Cape Cod, Seventeen Year Old Ann Gordon Is Left Harboring A Secret That Changes Her Life Forever, And Creates A Rift Between Her Sister, Poppy, And Their Adopted Brother, MichaelNow, Fifteen Years Later, Her Parents Have Died, And Ann And Her Sister Poppy Are Left To Decide The Fate Of The Old Wellfleet Home That S Been In The Gordon Family For Generations While They Both Love The House, They Decide To Sell It And Move Forward But Then Michael Re Enters Their Lives With A Legitimate Claim To A Third Of The Estate He Wants The House But Than That, He Wants To Set The Record Straight About That Long Ago Summer Reunited After Years Apart, These Very Different Siblings Are Forced To Decide If They Can Continue To Be A Family And In The Process, They Ll Discover That The House Might Be The Glue That Holds Them Together

About the Author: Christina Clancy

Like the characters in THE SECOND HOME, I spent the summers of my youth on Cape Cod in the rugged and artsy town of South Wellfleet, MA The outermost Cape is a place of steep sand dunes, pristine fresh water kettle ponds, salty air, scrub pine and oak trees It s a place that has stayed with me everywhere I go.My grandparents lived in a simple cove side house that has been in our family since the

10 thoughts on “The Second Home

  1. says:

    Christina Clancy writes a family drama with some very dark elements, featuring the Gordon family from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with parents Ed and Connie, their teen daughters, Ann and Poppy,and their late adopted son, Michael They spend their summers at Cape Cod at a family home and

  2. says:

    3.5 starsI m always up for a book that revolves around some long standing family drama This story held my interest but I wouldn t say that I loved any of the characters That s okay though because that s not really a requirement for me to enjoy a book I do wish that lack of communication

  3. says:

    Wahooo Goodreads Giveaway winner

  4. says:

    Initially I had a hard time engaging with this debut novel, but at around 30% or so things started to click for me when the pace kicked up The story is set between 1999 and 2015 with a 2017 epilogue and takes place primarily on Cape Cod I thought the author did a great job transporting the reader to t

  5. says:

    3.5 starsThe Second Home was a great debut novel From the plot, and execution, to the writing this book did not read or feel like a debut novel at all.For the biggest part the story focused on the Gordon family, the parents, two girls and their adopted son, and it mainly was set around their vacation home in

  6. says:

    This was an OK novel, but I felt it could have been stronger The premise is that Ann manages to track down her estranged sister, Poppy, after their parents die in a car accident Poppy returns to the Milwaukee, WI, home, where they grew up Ann is going to sell their house on the Cape, where they spent every summer O

  7. says:

    3.75 Cape Cod StarsThe setting alone was cause for me to pick this book up I ve always been fascinated by Cape Cod and have enjoyed the limited amount of time that I ve spent there This debut novel focuses on one Midwest family who spends summers in an old house on the Cape Events in one particular summer cause the family

  8. says:

    I enjoyed this book very much but last chapters of the book was kind of felt rushed But still it was quite an emotional story 3 ARC provided by NetGalley.

  9. says:

    I won this book on a Goodreads first reads giveaway Friendly warning in advance that this review contains spoilers You re probably asking yourself why I gave this such a low rating currently with 21 reviews, 37 ratings, and a cool 4.86 starsI m the first and only person, so far, to rate this below 3 stars There are two reasons for that

  10. says:

    This is a hauntingly beautiful book Told through multiple points of view, the characters are flawed and human, the family dynamic unusual and compelling, and the plot is riveting The writing style reminds of me Joan Dideon or Jean Thompson An amazing debut.

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