Book Tour: Summer’s Edge by Dana Mele | Spotlight

Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for Summer’s Edge by Dana Mele. I absolutely loved Dana Mele’s previous novel, People Like Us, and I’ve been eagerly awaiting her next book! Then it was pitched as I Know What You Did Last Summer meets The Haunting of Hill House and I now have high hopes lol. I’m hoping to share my thoughts soon. In the meantime, be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to see the tour schedule for other content creators and their links, where you can find their thoughts.

Meet Author

Dana Mele is a Pushcart-nominated writer based in the Catskills. A graduate of Wellesley College, Dana holds degrees in theatre, education, and law. Dana’s debut, PEOPLE LIKE US, was published in 2018 and shortlisted for the 2019 ITW Thriller Award for Best Young Adult Novel. A second YA thriller, SUMMER’S EDGE, is forthcoming from Simon & Schuster in Spring 2022, followed by TRAGIC, a graphic novel retelling of Hamlet from Legendary Comics.

About The Book

Title: Summer’s Edge
Author: Dana Mele
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Publishing Date: May 31st, 2022
Page Length: 352
Genre: Horror | Thriller
Age Range: YA
Rep: Lesbian & Bisexual
Synopsis:

I Know What You Did Last Summer meets The Haunting of Hill House  in this atmospheric, eerie teen thriller following an estranged group of friends being haunted by their friend who died last summer.

Emily Joiner was once part of an inseparable group—she was a sister, a best friend, a lover, and a rival. Summers without Emily were unthinkable. Until the fire burned the lake house to ashes with her inside.

A year later, it’s in Emily’s honor that Chelsea and her four friends decide to return. The house awaits them, meticulously rebuilt. Only, Chelsea is haunted by ghostly visions. Loner Ryan stirs up old hurts and forces golden boy Chase to play peacemaker. Which has perfect hostess Kennedy on edge as eerie events culminate in a stunning accusation: Emily’s death wasn’t an accident. And all the clues needed to find the person responsible are right here.

As old betrayals rise to the surface, Chelsea and her friends have one night to unravel a mystery spanning three summers before a killer among them exacts their revenge.

Content warnings: murder, blood, references to (past) suicidal ideations and involuntary admission to a psychiatric hospital, trauma related to the death of a friend, a description of a dead animal (a rabbit), references to drowning, poisoning, fire, fear of sharks, and falling.

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Tour Schedule

Blog Schedule

May 30th
Twirling Book Princess – Promotional Post
Modest Hiccup – Top 5 Reasons to Read Summer’s Edge

May 31st
Kait Plus Books – Interview
The Bookish Coven – Review

June 1st
Nine Bookish Lives – Promotional Post
Rae’s Reading Lounge – Review & Favorite Quotes

June 2nd
The Heart of a Book Blogger – Book Look
Jen Jen Reviews – Review

June 3rd
The Book Dutchesses – Promotional Post
Spiri – Review & Playlist

June 4th
Whispering Stories – Interview
mallory books – Review, Playlist & Journal Spread

June 5th
Stuck in Fiction – Promotional Post
Althea Is Reading – Review

Instagram Schedule

May 30th
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
daniereads87 – Promotional Post
modesthiccup – Blogger’s Choice

May 31st
libraryofretellingsandstars – Review
ignitereads – Review
the_bookish_coven – Blogger’s Choice

June 1st
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
augustisreading – Review & Favorite Quotes

June 2nd
justa.gal.andherbooks – Interview
readergirlie – Playlist
heartofabookblogger – Blogger’s Choice
jenjenreviews – Blogger’s Choice

June 3rd
shereadytoread – Top 5 Reasons to Read Summer’s Edge
pluvioreads – Blogger’s Choice

June 4th
keraalwaysreading – Review
nikki_bookbinges – Review & Favorite Quotes
bookdreamr – Blogger’s Choice

June 5th
feliciareads11 – Blogger’s Choice
writingrosereads – Promotional Post
jaclemik33 – Review

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