Polly, Jo and Ama were best friends.
For no real reason their friendship faded, and now the girls face their long summer holiday without each other.
But this will be a summer filled with drama and memories, love and loss, tears and laughter. This will be a summer that changes everything.
Can the girls get through it without each other…?
Thanks to Random House for this. I think this is the UK version of 3 Willows, but I’m not sure.
Elsa has the perfect excuse for being late: a man tried to kidnap her! She’s got all the details. It’s a really good story. It’s just not true.
But then a girl is kidnapped for real. And now Elsa’s lie might be helping a killer…
I had no idea this was coming. In fact, I don’t even remember giving Barrington Stoke my details!
‘They say that when you die your whole life flashes before your eyes, but that’s not how it happened for me.’
Sam Kingston is dead.
Except she isn’t.
On a rainy February night, eighteen-year-old Sam is killed in a horrific car crash. But then the impossible happens: she wakes up in her own bed, on the morning of the day she died.
Forced to live over and over the last day of her life - the drive to school, skipping class, the fateful party - she desperately struggles to alter the outcome, but every morning she wakes up on the day of the crash.
This is a story of a girl who dies young, but in the process learns how to live.
And who falls in love…a little too late.
Before I Fall is a brave and complex novel about the territory between life and death. As astonishing as The Lovely Bones and as luminous as Jenny Downham’s Before I Die, it will make you want to live every day as if it were your last.
I am beyond excited to read this one. I haven’t heard a bad thing about it.