Invincible Summer

Hannah Moskowitz (Author)
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Description

Noah's happier than I've seen him in months. So I'd be an awful brother to get in the way of that. It's not like I have some relationship with Melinda. It was just a kiss. Am I going to ruin Noah's happiness because of a kiss?

Across four sun-kissed, drama-drenched summers at his family's beach house, Chase is falling in love, falling in lust, and trying to keep his life from falling apart. But some girls are addictive....

Product Details

Price
$9.99
Publisher
Simon Pulse
Publish Date
April 19, 2011
Pages
269
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.9 X 8.2 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781442407510

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About the Author

Hannah Moskowitz is the author of Invincible and Break, an ALA popular paperback for Young Adults. Of her first middle grade novel, Zombie Tag, Booklist has said, Moskowitz deftly swerves between comedy, pathos, and even terror, and makes it look so effortless readers won't think twice about the strangeness of the mix.

Reviews

""Engrossing, messy, complex, and real. Moskowitz's writing is raw and so right." -Lauren Strasnick, author of Nothing Like You
"An intense, bittersweet novel about how people come together and how they break apart, set over four summers. A powerful story that will stay with you." --Jennifer Hubbard, author of The Secret Year
"It's clear that the author cares deeply about her characters, and she gives their lines density and, frequently, a heavy nostalgic feeling. Teens will welcome the unfiltered dialogue....Chase is a sympathetic protagonist who, like many teens, is on a quest for connection and understanding....Readers will...embrace Moskowitz's introspective characters and the dramatic situations in which they find themselves." -SLJ

"The dreamy alternate world of summer vacations provides the backdrop for this soulful look at the growing pains of a single, outwardly normal family....In four sections, each one year apart, Moskowitz delivers a series of scenes--some so brief and spare you'd almost have to call them 'moments'--that communicate Chase's aching awareness of the passage of valuable time....Coming off the edgy Break, this is surprisingly breezy, and you have to commend Moskowitz for her commitment to writing sensitive books with male protagonists." -Booklist