The Opposite of Me


Product Details

Washington Square Press
Publish Date
5.56 X 1.09 X 8.22 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author

SARAH PEKKANEN is the #1 New York Times bestselling co-author of four novels of suspense including The Golden Couple and The Wife Between Us, and the solo author of the thriller Gone Tonight. A passionate volunteer for rescue animals, she serves as an Ambassador for RRSA India and works hands-on in India to heal and vaccinate street dogs. She lives just outside of Washington, D.C., with her family.


"With her smart, soulful novel, author Pekkanen explores the place where self and sisterhood intersect." - Redbook
"It's warm, it's whimsical, and it's a winner." --The Courier Mail (Australia)
"Pekkanen's wry voice and engaging characters--the bumbling parents are especially lovable--keep things fresh" --People (3.5 out of 4 stars)
"Fresh, appealing...the story is at turns funny and poignant." -- Booklist
"Pekkanen's involving debut is an honest examination of the limits we place on ourselves, with well-drawn female characters." --Kirkus
"If a book makes you think and be introspective, well that's magic, and The Opposite of Me has done just that. Pekkanen has hit the nail on the head with her unique premise and original observation on what makes us who we absolute must read" --New York Journal of Books
"Fresh and funny and satisfying. A terrific book about sisters that actually made me laugh out loud. I was completely drawn into Lindsey's world and rooted for her from beginning to end." -- Jennifer Weiner, New York Times bestselling author of Best Friends Forever and In Her Shoes
"Pekkanen's debut is heartfelt and richly drawn. With a delicate touch, she had me believing and sharing every laugh and every tear - it was a completely satisfying read. I look forward to more from this talented writer." -- Beth Harbison, author of Hope in a Jar
"Sharp-tongued. . .a spot-on portrayal of the existential dilemmas of young adulthood." -- Washington Post
"Sweet, smart, and funny" --
"This story hits the ground running and keeps engaging read that delivers" --The Free Lance-Star