Opposite of Always

by Justin Reynolds (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 12 - 18 years

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First rule of time-travel? Don’t change anything! Tough: Jack’s there to save the girl he loves. Not much in life is certain. But when Jack meets Kate at a party, he knows at once that it’s true love. But what’s the other certainty in life? Death. That’s right: Kate dies. Their story should end there. Only it doesn’t. Instead, Jack goes back to the start of it all. Back to the moment when they first met. There’s Kate: happy, healthy, alive. Is Jack losing his mind? Well – who even cares? This time-travel, or whatever it is, might be his chance to prevent Kate’s death. How can it be wrong when it feels so right?

  • A hilarious and heartfelt debut from a razor-sharp new voice
  • Explores the choices we make and the moments that define us
  • Perfect for fans of Nicola Yoon, John Green and Lauren Oliver
  • Powerful, universal themes of love, grief and learning to let go

“One of the best love stories I’ve ever read.” Angie Thomas, author of THE HATE U GIVE

*Please note this book contains mature content and language more suitable for older readers.

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Macmillan Children's Books

Date published

April 4th, 2019

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  • 320 pages


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