By Kristina McBride
Following at the heels of her "must learn" debut novel (New York Times best-selling writer Jay Asher) One Moment is ideal for fanatics of Sara Zarr and Gayle Forman.
This used to be speculated to be the simplest summer time of Maggie’s lifestyles. Now it’s the only she’d do whatever to forget.
Maggie recalls placing out on the gorge together with her closest associates after a blowout celebration. She recalls hiking the path along with her ideal boyfriend, Joey. She recalls that final kiss, smooth, lingering, and intended to reassure her. So why can’t she keep in mind what occurred within the second earlier than they have been purported to dive? Why was once she left cowering on the best of the cliff, whereas Joey floated within the water below–dead?
As Maggie’s stories go back in snatches, not anything turns out to make feel. Why used to be Joey performing so surprisingly on the get together? the place did he cross after taking her domestic? And if Joey used to be holding those secrets and techniques, what else was once he hiding?
The most up-to-date novel from the writer of The rigidity of Opposites, One Moment is a mysterious, searing examine how an quick can swap every thing you think in regards to the international round you.
Praise for One Moment:
"Infused with page-turning secret, One Moment is as heartbreakingly actual because it is without notice romantic."—Cat Patrick, writer of Forgotten and Revived
"One Moment took my breath away. fantastically written, achingly romantic, and rather a lot stress the pages appear like they are turning themselves. the most effective books i have learn in ages."—Lauren Barnholdt, writer of Two-Way Street
"A page-tuner that grabbed me by way of the throat, and used to be very unlikely to place down!"—Katrina Kittle, writer of Reasons to Be Happy
"Good, stable drama concerning the strength of secrets and techniques to check the limits of friendship, with simply enough stress to meet teenager readers."—Kirkus Reviews
"McBride (The stress of Opposites) skillfully interweaves Maggie’s flashes of reminiscence with current motion, making for a stressful and soaking up mental mystery."—Publishers Weekly