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Now That You're Here (Duplexity, Part I) by Amy K. Nichols
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Now That You're Here (Duplexity, Part I) by Amy K. Nichols
Dec 09, 2014 | ISBN 9780385753913

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Publishers Weekly, October 2014, starred review:
“Riveting…. Nichols infuses the story with a smattering of science fiction and science fact, while making a welcome departure from the stereotype of the book-smart outcast trying to fit in.”

Kirkus review, October 2014:
“While the world-jumping is fantastical, the personalities and characters (fully individual, without reaching trying-too-hard levels of quirkiness) ring true…. A debut with great characters and huge nerd appeal.”

Booklist review, October 2014:
“A mysterious, sometimes tense, yet sweet story about young love and science gone awry.”

VOYA review, December 2014:
“Debut novelist Nichols has such an engaging writing style that readers will have little problem accepting the premise of parallel worlds….Think of the intrigue in Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series, softened by the romance of a Sarah Dessen novel.”

School Library Journal review, November 2014
“A mystery set against a sweet romance that will envelop teens. String theory enthusiasts, as well as fans of the television series Fringe or Ann Brashares’s The Here and Now will particularly enjoy this.”

“With the flips between universes, this book will keep you on your toes the whole way through.” —

“The perfect blend of sci-fi and swoons, Now That You’re Here is like no other book I’ve read. Riveting, romantic and utterly original, it kept me up late!”  —Amie Kaufman, New York Times bestselling author of These Broken Stars

“Dynamic, dizzying, and downright daring, Now That You’re Here kept me guessing until the end, and ready for the next.” —Shannon Messenger, author of Let the Sky Fall

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