- 8,00 kr
Last year, Molly Barlow did something terrible.
Then, her mother wrote a book about it.
And so everyone in their tiny hometown found out that Molly cheated on her childhood sweetheart, the love of her life, her best friend with his brother.
After spending senior year at a boarding school in the middle of nowhere, Molly now has ninety-nine days to endure back in her hometown before she can escape to college.
Ninety-nine days of being the most hated person in town.
Ninety-nine days to heal the hurt she's caused.
Ninety-nine days to figure out what she wants, and who she loves ...
99 Days will captivate fans of John Green and 100 Days of Summer
Molly Barlow has a complicated history with the Donnelly siblings: Patrick was her first love, but then she hooked up with his brother, Gabe, enraging sister Julia, Molly's onetime friend. Making matters worse, her mother wrote a thinly veiled bestselling novel about Molly's love triangle with the brothers, which resulted in Molly skipping town to attend boarding school. Now she's back in Star Lake and taking abuse from all sides except from Gabe and Tess, Patrick's current girlfriend. Soon, Molly and Gabe's romance has reignited, even as she's getting dirty looks from his family, hanging out with Tess, and going running with Patrick. Setting her novel over the "99 days" of summer before Molly starts college, Cotugno (How to Love) explores the powerful bonds that arise between childhood friends who grow up to discover romance, as well as the intense rivalry between brothers. Societal double standards that label girls as promiscuous while boys get off scot-free are front and center in a thought-provoking story that will leave readers thinking about the guilt and shame that are often unfairly attached to sex. Ages 13 up. Agency: Alloy Entertainment.