Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Sentence Sneak Peek - You Know Me Well

You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour and David Levithan

The first sentence from each chapter of You Know Me Well, it's a mini summary of what you can expect to read.

* Read via NetGalley for review
* Spoilers are highlighted like so :)
“Right now, my parents think I’m sleeping on the couch at my best friend Ryan’s house, safely tucked into a suburban silence.”

“Tell me about her again,” I say.”

“Someone is pulling me back to the bar.”

“A tulip, a dahlia, a freesia, a rose.”

“It takes a day for it to hit.”

“When we were little kids, Lehna and I painted a mural in my garage.”

“When I find Katie after school, she looks completely freaked out.”

“She’s smiling her amazing smile, right here, right in front of me, not in a photograph, not on a screen, but here.”

“It feels great for about three seconds.”

“Now there are two of us at a table set for three.”

“I take the train back from the city and walk from the station to Ryan’s house.”

“I wake suddenly—warm summer light through my window—and check my phone.”

“I don’t want her to go.”

“I find him on the sidewalk, exactly where his text said he would be.”

“Do you think it’s him?”

“I can’t find the mirrors.”

“Five nights ago, Katie and I were wandering around a crowded mansion and I felt more lost than I ever had in my life.”

“It’s a normal Thursday morning in my kitchen.”

I dare you.

“Making my way toward Lehna at lunch, I feel the closest I’ve ever felt to being one of those lonely freshmen in the first days of school.”

“We walked through the future and felt we were borrowing it.”

“You’re here!”

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