Dawn and the Surfer Ghost by Ann M. MartinDawn and the Surfer Ghost Is an American Classic
Penned by prolific genius Ellen Miles, DatSG explores themes of love, loss, betrayal, and carving wicked breakers. A story that exposes the heart of the American West, this tour de force will leave you clamoring for more ghosts, more surfing, and more Ellen Miles. If this timeless masterpiece could be said to have any flaws at all, its that it is perhaps too spooky and too scary. Read with caution. 5. stars.
- Jack Shepherd and Tanner Greenring (we really loved this one.)
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Funny coincidence - I got this at a charity shop for 20c the other day and read it for the first time in about 15 years. I got so sick of Thrash referring to Australia as Down Under all the time. Once, okay, but we get it. Just call it Australia because nobody really calls it Down Under. I seem to recall the Hobarts saying that as well. I still quite like the BSC books but the Australian sterotypes have always pissed me off soo much. I hate stereotyping as well.
I picked this one out of my collection because I had literally forgotten that it existed.
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Dawn is happy to be back in California. She and Sunny are spending all of their time at the beach taking surfing lessons and helping out with an after-school beach group for the younger kids. One day at the surf shop, Sunny points out a year-old guy named Thrash to Dawn, who is one of the hottest surfers on the beach. She learns that Thrash has been surfing all over the world. Several days later, when Dawn and Sunny go back to the beach, they get some bad news.