So This Is the End: A Love Story (Explore Spiritual Freedom, Fantasize True Love, and Ponder Your Own Last 24 Hours in This Near-Future Sc
DescriptionHow Would You Spend Your Last Few Hours on Earth?
Early readers called So This Is the End "a breath of fresh air," "moving and beautiful," and something with which you'll "fall in love the instant you start reading."
#1 New Release in Science Fiction & Fantasy
In Nora Hamilton's world, doctors have found a cure for death, with just one caveat--it only lasts for 24 hours. This beautifully-written novel poses a thoughtful question: how would you spend your last 24 hours before death?
One more day. One more chance to tell family you love them, feel the grass beneath your feet, or finally speak your mind. So This Is The End follows Nora Hamilton as she navigates her last 24 hours before death, and she is determined to do something meaningful with her last moments. While looking for unique bucket list ideas, a friend suggests going on one last first date. What happens next is like a love story. Of course Nora would fall in love in her last 24 hours before death.
Enter: Renzo. Ren, for short. Their connection is immediate. Nora wants love, no lies. Should she tell Ren the truth about her condition--that she has less than 24 hours left before her second death? How will he react? Is it unethical to fall in love with someone if you only have one day left on earth? Or is love a gift, even when it's found on the final day a person has left?
Inside So This Is The End, you'll find:
- A love novel about taking chances, making your own rules, and how love does prevail
- How to treat all days like your final days--escape mundane living
- A moving romantic drama about finding love in your last 24 hours before death
If you liked The Midnight Library, Me Before You, or The Light We Lost, you'll love So This Is The End.
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About the Author
Alexandra Franzen is a "writer's writer" and one of the top creativity and writing teachers in America, teaching 15 courses a year from New York to Hawaii. Franzen's sales track is impressive, selling over a half million books. Alexandra Franzen is the author of the bestselling Q&A a Day, which sold 400,000 copies!
Franzen has a popular blog, website and a newsletter that goes to 20k fans. Her writing has been featured on websites like Time, Forbes, Newsweek, HuffPo, and Lifehacker, in song lyrics, and stenciled onto fine art paintings. She's also one-half of the creative team behind HunnyMilk, a brunch restaurant in Portland. Alexandra Franzen appears on TV, radio, podcasts and in the media regularly. A beloved and nationally known writing teacher, So This Is the End is Franzen's first novel and is a work of visionary fiction.