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As Many Nows as I Can Get

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As Many Nows as I Can Get by Shana Youngdahl
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Aug 20, 2019 | ISBN 9780525553854
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    Aug 20, 2019 | ISBN 9780525553854 | Young Adult

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    Aug 20, 2019 | ISBN 9780525553878 | Young Adult

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“A daring, inventive story about love and loss and longing, reminding us that every choice can be a new chance. A dazzling, not-to-be-missed debut.” —Kathleen Glasgow, author of Girl in Pieces

“Vivid.” —Seventeen.com

“You’ll speed read through [it].” —PopSugar

“Real relationships, timeless loss, and a story you won’t forget.” —Huntley Fitzpatrick, author of My Life Next Door

“Good plot twists and surprising emotional connections . . . The writing is John Green–like, intelligent and peppered with witty repartee. Recommended.” —Booklist

★ “Grief, addiction, first loves, and traveling an unplanned road are among the many themes explored in this debut novel. . . . Heartfelt yet often sardonic . . . deeply authentic . . . [and] marvelously complex . . . [A] smart, poignant story that . . . readers shouldn’t miss.” Kirkus (starred review)

“If you like HBO’s Euphoria? You should give this a try.” —Culturess

“Mystery . . . Heartbreak . . . Hope . . . Readers will not be able to put this one down.” SLJ

“A complex, compassionately written love story.” —Publishers Weekly

“Time is relative in this unique blend of romance and drama. . . . A definite purchase and must read.” —VOYA

“This heartbreaking, exquisitely crafted story captures the moments of intersection between choice and regret, the circular nature of grief, and everything that is nuanced about being a person.” —Estelle Laure, author of This Raging Light

“YA literature, some say, is about the moments when one state of being changes to another. In its structure and its story, As Many Nows as I Can Get is a perfect example of this sometimes bumpy, sometimes poignant transition.” —BookPage

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