Daylight Saving
Daylight Saving
Daylight Saving
Edward Hogan
Can you save someone from something that’s already happened?Daniel’s expectations for his forced vacation with his father at the Leisure World Holiday Complex are low. He hates sports, and his father is mostly lost in drink and depression. But then he sees a strange girl swimming in the fake lake, and everything changes. Lexi has a smart mouth and a killer swim stroke, but dark secrets swirl around her. She’s got bruises and cuts that seem to be getting worse instead of better. She’s always alone. And her watch is ticking backwards. When a dark figure begins to stalk Lexi and Daniel, the truth must come out. This gripping ghost story will raise goose bumps and questions: does a traumatic past mean the future is a foregone conclusion?

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  • Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Daniel just wants to be alone.  When his father forces him to go on a trip to Leisure World, he’s anything but enthusiastic.  However, when he meets a strange girl named Lexi, his world begins to spin out of control.  Odd cuts suddenly appear all over his body, and the more he talks to Lexi, the stranger she seems.  Will Daniel save Lexi from a terrible fate?

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