Old Friends: Charlotte Sometimes

Old Friends is a meme I'm creating (though someone has probably already done it before) where I tell you about a book I read a long time ago.

I mean, good books were published years ago, too. Who says we should only blog about new books?

Charlotte goes to boarding school for the first time—the next morning, the scene outside her window is different, her roommate is different (and is calling her by another name) and the whole school has changed. She manages to make it through the day, and the next day,  everything is back to normal…

Charlotte is time-traveling every night with Clare, a girl who slept in the same bed in the same room years ago. They switch every night!

I read this book a long time ago. I think I was still in middle school, or maybe early high school. I remember it so vividly, though. I remember it enough that I can still recall little details, and which characters I liked and which I didn't, and the setting and the landscape described in the book.

Charlotte Sometimes is the third book in a series, but I never knew that until today when I remembered the title and looked it up. You can read it out of the series, and if you ever find it, I encourage you to take the chance. It's totally worth it!

ISBN 9780140305623 | Published 1969 by Penelope Farmer | Amazon | Goodreads

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