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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Waiting On Wednesday!

Anyone who’s had something truly crappy happen to them will tell you: It’s all about Before and After. What I’m talking about here is the ka-pow, shake-you-to-your-core-and-turn-your-bones-to-plastic kind of crappy.

Sixteen-year-old Laurel’s world changes instantly when her parents and brother are killed in a terrible car accident. Behind the wheel is the father of her bad-boy neighbor, David Kaufman, whose mother is also killed. In the aftermath of the tragedy, Laurel navigates a new reality in which she and her best friend grow apart, boys may or may not be approaching her out of pity, overpowering memories lurk everywhere, and Mr. Kaufman is comatose but still very much alive. Through it all there is David, who swoops in and out of Laurel’s life and to whom she finds herself attracted against her better judgment. She will forever be connected to him by their mutual loss—a connection that will change them both in unexpected ways.

Jennifer Castle’s debut novel is a heart-wrenching, surprisingly witty testament to how drastically life can change in the span of a single moment.



This one comes out next month and it sounds amazing! I'm quite excited. :)




5 comments:

Jillian said...

Hm this sounds a lot like If I Stay by Gayle Forman. And that's probably a good thing, because I really liked that book. I will keep a look out for this one too when it comes out.

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Stunning post and i enjoyed reading it here. thanks and keep sharing this type of posts.

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Cheyenne Williams said...

Hi! I just joined Southern Book Bloggers, and I'm trying to connect with the other people on the site. I'm following your blog now—it's really cute! Here's mine if you want to check it out: www.thisxgirlxreads.blogspot.com

Thanks!

Jeff Rivera said...

Looks like a lovely story. I cannot wait to read it. Thanks for sharing. I am looking forward for more reviews!

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