Sunflowers In February By Phyllida Shrimpton

Sunflowers In February By Phyllida Shrimpton



Lily wakes up one crisp Sunday morning on the side of the road.

She has no idea how she got there. It is all very peaceful. And very beautiful. It is only when the police car, and then the ambulance, arrive and she sees her own body that she realises that she is in fact . . . dead.

But what is she supposed do now? 

Lily has no option but to follow her body and sees her family – her parents and her twin brother – start falling apart. And then her twin brother Ben gives her a once in a deathtime opportunity – to use his own body for a while. But will Lily give Ben his body back? She is beginning to have a rather good time . . .

My Thoughts:

I love the cover of this book the colours are really vibrant and eye catching, the plot seemed interesting but I was not sure. I did not feel as though I liked Lily that much as what she does through out the story. The plot flowed well and the writing was easy to read but when I don’t feel as though I have a connection with the main character I just feel a bit let down. I would however look out for more of Phyllida Shrimpton’s books.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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