The Forgotten Secret

The Forgotten Secret

A review of The Forgotten Secret by Linda Demeulemeester

Published on April 1, 2009

The Forgotten Secret
Linda Demeulemeester

Lobster Press

The Forgotten Secret, the latest installment in Linda DeMeulemeester’s popular Grim Hill series, sees Cat Peters still adjusting to her new life in a small town. Besides struggling to keep the peace in her soccer team, Cat desperately wants to earn enough money to buy an outfit for an upcoming dance at her school – not to mention that the malicious denizens of Fairy are readying to break into this world again, using Cat’s town as a portal. Cat thinks she’s found a sympathetic ear in another new arrival, the beautiful Lea, but Lea’s aunt has a dark mission that will threaten their budding friendship. DeMeulemeester offers a realistic heroine in the form of the conflicted Cat, and a storyline that fantasy addicts will devour. (Ages 9 – 12) mRb

Andrea Belcham lives in Saint-Lazare, where many of her best neighbours are trees.



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