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The Love That Split the World by Emily Henry
Jan 26, 2016 | ISBN 9780698408159

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“Henry’s story captivates, both as a romance and as an imaginative rethinking of time and space. The relationship between Beau and Natalie sizzles while also reflecting the innocence of first love, and the unfolding mystery of their changing realities is enough to keep readers turning pages…. Henry delivers a story with depth, originality, and complexity.” Publishers Weekly

“An utterly gorgeous and touching tale of love, hope and sacrifice; this novel broke my heart and then stitched it back together just in time to break it all over again. You will emerge breathless, longing for even a glimpse of those rolling bluegrass hills of Kentucky, and completely certain of the possibility of young love. I know I did.” –Leslye Walton, author of the award-winning novel,The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender


“The Love That Split the World is a YA game changer. Every scene sizzles with emotional intensity, and Emily Henry’s pitch-perfect sentences will echo in my head for a long time to come.” –Kass Morgan, New York Times bestselling author of The 100

“With aching first love, stunning world-building and a supporting cast that beg for their own books,The Love That Split the World has everything a story needs to turn me into an obsessed reader, begging for more. I am absolutely in love!” Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling author 

“The sweet, summertime mist of small-town Kentucky sets the perfect stage for this authentic, magical, and oh-so-swoony debut. An evocative exploration of first love, identity and the power of story! A must read.” –Wendy Wunder, author of The Probability of Miracles and The Museum of Intangible Things

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