A short story about waiting and believing — but mostly waiting — by the New York Times bestselling author of Eleanor & Park, Fangirl and Carry On. All proceeds go to the ACLU Foundation.
When Elena decided to camp out for the next Star Wars movie, she was expecting a celebration, a communion — a line full of people who love Star Wars so much, they have to share it.
She wasn’t expecting this: a freezing sidewalk, nowhere to pee, and three nights stuck with a boy who decided not to like her before they even met.
It’s enough to make a girl leave the line…
But Elena came here for Star Wars, and it will take more than bad weather and a dumb boy to squash her spirits.
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I liked it but I didn’t read the part in the description saying it was a short story. I bought it thinking it was going to be a full length novel and was disappointed when I realized that it wasn’t. It’s really cute and I liked it a lot— coming from a Star Wars fan who had also never seen the prequels, I could relate very much.
This short story was amazing! I finished it in less than half an hour, and I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed reading a story so much. I just wish it was longer.