By Sarah Marsh
Some secrets are better left at the bottom of the ocean.
Sixteen-year-old Bridey Corkill longs to leave her small island and see the world; the farther from the sea, the better. When Bridey was young, she witnessed something lure her granddad off a cliff and into a watery grave with a smile on his face. Now, in 1913, those haunting memories are dredged to the surface when a young woman is found drowned on the beach. Bridey suspects that whatever compelled her Granddad to leap has made its return to the Isle of Man.
Soon, people in Bridey's idyllic village begin vanishing, and she finds an injured boy on the shore--an outsider who can't remember who he is or where he's from. Bridey's family takes him in so he can rest and heal. In exchange for saving his life, he teaches Bridey how to master her fear of the water--stealing her heart in the process.
But something sinister is lurking in the deep, and Bridey must gather her courage to figure out who--or what--is plaguing her village, and find a way to stop it before she loses everyone she loves.
- 312 pages
- Sky Pony Press (1/9/18)
- 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.3 inches