You Only Live Once: Every Decision You Make Has Consequences
You survived your freshman year at Kings Academy, the prestigious prep school in the New Hampshire hills, but hold the slow clap--turns out sophomore year's the real grinder. You'll have to deal with the stress of keeping up with the soul-crushing homework. Not to mention your glam classmates are throwing glitzy sweet sixteen parties this year and you'll need a job if you want to join.
Will you take that babysitting job in town (and pretend not to notice Hot Dad's flirtatious ways)? Will you bribe your way to a New York Times internship and land a college guy? Filled to the brim with twisting paths and turns, this may end up being the best year of your life . . . or it may send you home to Hope Falls in tears. In Birdie Clark's You Only Live Once, whatever snap decisions you make, it's going to be an unforgettable year.
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"The second book in the Snap Decision series, this gives readers the control in a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure style . . . Clark cleverly arranges the story so that no matter what you choose, you are destined to have a wild year." --Booklist
"Laid out in a "choose your own ending" format and written in a second-person narrative style, the book invites readers to take charge, step into the role of the protagonist, and decide their own fates." --School Library Journal
"The second book in Clark's series includes the same characters and fashion/party vibe of the first book . . . The snapshots lead to sixteen possible endings that touch on such weighty topics as prescription drug abuse, hazing, drunk driving, gay bashing, dating abuse, coach-sanctioned compulsive exercise and dieting, and sexual advances from an adult." --VOYA
"Clark's sequel to Maybe Tonight? (2013) returns "you" to your elite boarding school for your sophomore year of high school, as before ending chapters with Choose Your Own Adventure-style scenarios." --Kirkus Reviews