Just One Year

Just One Year

Book - 2014
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"After spending an amazing day and night with a nameless girl in Paris, Willem embarks on his own transformative journey to find her once again" --Publisher.
Publisher: New York :, Speak, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA),, 2014.
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9780142422960
Characteristics: 323 pages ;,21 cm
Alternative Title: Just 1 year


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Feb 11, 2017

This book was okay. By okay, I mean what I mean. It wasn't good enough to keep me interested the whole way through, but it also wasn't terrible enough that I gave up halfway. I personally didn't find the guy's part of the story that much more interesting. Just because he had a wilder life didn't mean that he was a more exciting person. Personally, I think the girl had a bigger personality. In general, everything flowed rather smoothly, but there wasn't enough to pique my interest at the boring parts. I don't think that this book was one of the author's best, and it's not that I am enforcing my view and being negative, I just didn't enjoy it that much. 2.5/5 stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

Dec 06, 2016

Just one year is an amazing story of two people who had lost each other's love and now they have their love back. "Double Happiness"

BostonPL_LauraB Jun 14, 2016

I liked Willem's side of things a bit better than Alison's and it kept me interested throughout. The ending though, ugh!! Now I have to wait until we purchase the e-book again for the short story. Boo.

Apr 26, 2015

I actually liked this one more than the first. It just completed the first book for me. I loved it!

Jan 23, 2015

Not at good as the first, but still a good read. I wish it didn't end when it did. I want to know more about Willem and Allyson.

Jun 25, 2014

Though not as good as the first book, Just One Year was a really quick, interesting read. Anything that it was lacking in the beginning was made up for by the last few chapters.


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Jul 03, 2015

Saba used to say there was a difference between bravery and courage. Bravery was doing something dangerous without thinking. Courage was walking into danger, knowing full well the risks.

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