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At the Water's Edge: A Novel by Sara Gruen | Digest & Review

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At the Water's Edge by Sara Gruen | Digest & Review



This is a digest of At the Water’s Edge by Sara Gruen. The setting takes place in Scotland in 1944, and follows a trio of high society adolescents as they set out on a hunt for the mystical Loch Ness monster. Their trek soon becomes much more than that for main character Madeline “Maddie” Hyde, who discovers through this journey what life is all about. She has a social awakening and finds through the harsh realities of ordinary life who she is and how to love.

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