This Is All Your Fault

Aminah Mae Safi (Author)
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Description

Set over the course of one day, Aminah Mae Safi's This Is All Your Fault is a smart and voice-driven YA novel that follows three young women determined to save their indie bookstore.

Rinn Olivera is finally going to tell her longtime crush AJ that she's in love with him.

Daniella Korres writes poetry for her own account, but nobody knows it's her.

Imogen Azar is just trying to make it through the day.

When Rinn, Daniella, and Imogen clock into work at Wild Nights Bookstore on the first day of summer, they're expecting the hours to drift by the way they always do. Instead, they have to deal with the news that the bookstore is closing. Before the day is out, there'll be shaved heads, a diva author, and a very large shipment of Air Jordans to contend with.

And it will take all three of them working together if they have any chance to save Wild Nights Bookstore.

Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Feiwel & Friends
Publish Date
October 13, 2020
Pages
304
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.3 X 1.2 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781250242341
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About the Author

Aminah Mae Safi is a Muslim-American writer. Safi was the winner of the We Need Diverse Books short story contest, and that story appeared in the anthology Fresh Ink. She lives in Los Angeles, California, with her partner and cat. This Is All Your Fault is her third novel, following Not the Girls You're Looking For and Tell Me How You Really Feel.

Reviews

Each brooding, sarcastic, and honest voice is entertaining. ... Readers who appreciate strong character arcs and character-driven stories with clashing personalities will eat this right up. --Booklist

Praise for Tell Me How You Really Feel:

Wonderful and fulfilling-- an enemies-to-lovers story that stands out all on its own. --NPR

This well-written and supremely satisfying romance should be in all collections. --School Library Journal, starred review

The best kind of rom-com: genuine and absorbing, with wonderfully over-the-top declarations of love. --Shelf Awareness

Praise for Not the Girls You're Looking For:

"Safi's prose style has a lively staccato rhythm . . . Her story provides a candid perspective on female friendships that are full of conflict, love, and angst." --Publishers Weekly, starred review

Delightful and funny but still giving voice to serious issues of sexual consent and xenophobia. --Kirkus Reviews

These authentic teen girls are smart, complicated, sexual, and sensitive." --School Library Journal

"Engaging and unexpected, voice-y and full of verve, this a whip-smart swan dive into all the messiness of best friendships and new romance, fitting in and growing up." --Katie Cotugno, New York Times-bestselling author of How to Love