The here and now book 2
Book Excerpt | Here & NowTorn between two men When I woke up after the accident, I couldn't remember anything from the last year - including my relationship with Max Hallowell or anything about Nate Crane. Now my memories are returning, but instead of answering my questions, they're leaving me with more. The man who broke my heart and wants to be my future Max is all I ever wanted, and now he wants to marry me.
Q & A with Ann Brashares
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As recently as the turn of this century, it was just about plausible to hope that anti-Semitism might soon go the way of fear of witches — not extinct, but too manifestly absurd for all but the dumbest of bigots to avow. In the Middle East, it seemed possible that the peace process would lead at least to a softening of hatred toward the Jewish state. And in London, Deborah E. Lipstadt, a professor of Jewish history at Emory, was fighting a defamation suit brought against her by the Holocaust denier David Irving. When the page verdict against Irving was handed down in April , it felt as if a concluding chapter in the history of an infamous lie had been written.
Ann Brashares is the author of the bestselling Sisterhood of the Traveling Parents series , several adult novels , and the newly released The Here and Now Delacorte, Apr. There she meets Ethan and falls in love, though a relationship with him is expressly forbidden. PW caught up with the author at home in New York City to discuss writing about the future, love across time, and what her writing life is like post-Sisterhood. How does it feel to have a new book on the horizon? Why did you return to YA? These distinctions between YA and adult are a little tricky for a writer, I think.
The highly-anticipated second book in the Here and Now trilogy and is intended to be read following Lost in Me. The series concludes in All for This, available.
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