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Janesville, Wisconsin (cold in the sense that there is no God)

The worst thing that's ever happened to Craig is also the best: Amy. Amy and Craig never should've gotten together. Craig is an awkward, Dungeons & Dragons-playing geek, and Amy is the beautiful, fiercely intelligent student-body president of their high school.

Yet somehow they did. Until Amy dumped him. Then got back together with him. Then dumped him again. Then got back together with him again. Over and over and over.

Unfolding during their senior year, Amy and Craig's exhilarating, tumultuous relationship is a kaleidoscope of joy, pain, and laughter as an uncertain future-and adult responsibility-loom on the horizon.

Craig fights for his dream of escaping Janesville and finding his place at a quirky college, while Amy's quest to uncover her true self sometimes involves being Craig's girlfriend?and sometimes doesn't.

Seven heartbreaks. Seven joys.Told nonsequentially, acclaimed playwright Don Zolidis's debut novel is a brutally funny, bittersweet taste of the utterly unique and utterly universal experience of first love.

352 pages, Hardcover

First published October 16, 2018

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Don Zolidis

100 books119 followers
Originally from Wisconsin, Don Zolidis is a novelist and one of the most-produced playwrights in America.

His 102 published plays have received more than 12,000 productions and have appeared in every state and 64 countries.

His first novel, The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig, will be published by Disney-Hyperion in October 2018.

He currently splits time between Texas and New York and aspires to owning a dog.

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Author 100 books119 followers
April 8, 2019
So I may have written this book, but I will say clearly that it is the best thing I've ever done. So there.
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Author 4 books155 followers
May 2, 2019
Okay, so this wasn't what I expected it would be, and that's not to say I didn't enjoy it. I really did. I love Craig's voice and humor. I laughed out loud several times. I also listened to this on audiobook, and the narrator did a FLAWLESS job of re-creating a Wisconsin accent.

This story tells the relationship of Amy and Craig who meet in their senior year of high school and break-up 7 times. We start the book on break-up number 3 and bounce a little bit between timelines, which confused me a couple of times because I couldn't remember what had happened in which order. I think I could have done without the broken timeline.

This is set in the 90s, and I'm always cautious when YA books are set in the 90s. Does that time period really resonate with teens today? Is it set during that time as an excuse to avoid cellphones and Internet? Is the author trying to wax nostalgic about their own teen years?

And I feel like the last one is the case here. This almost reads like a memoir, like an adult looking back on a high school relationship with that sort of distanced, mature perspective. I'm pretty sure "stupid" and "idiot" were used in this book 1000 times, and I love self-deprecating humor as much as the next person, but that's what felt adult to me. As a teen, in the moment, I didn't think what I was doing was dumb. As an adult, looking back...yeah, I did some dumb stuff.

So, no. This isn't your typical YA. I'm not even sure it's technically YA at all. I loved this for its humor and 90s nostalgia and recommended it immediately to a friend who happens to be a 40-something-year-old man who plays D&D. He will love this. He could have WRITTEN this. So I don't know how a fifteen-year old boy today would feel about it, but I'd love to get some feedback on that.

I absolutely recommend this to anyone who wasn't cool in the 90's, or for people who loved The Perks of Being a Wallflower. If you got all the Rocky Horror and punk references in that, you'll love this.
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481 reviews
August 4, 2018
I had the good fortune to get an advance proof of this title, and I'm really glad I did. YA isn't a frequent genre (age bracket?) for me to read, but given that I finished this in two days, I'd say that this was a welcome and engaging departure from my usual fare. The author captures small-town Wisconsin and all its weirdness perfectly - deer widows indeed. And the group of his friends - they're so accurate to my teenage experience that it's almost painful. I nearly laughed out loud in a restaurant, reading the scene where the narrator is trying to convince his nerdy friends to let him bring his girlfriend to a D&D session. Looking back on that era of my life through these characters, it's a bit amazing any of us that grew up in that time period made it out as functional, semi-successful adults. This was a really fun read, and if I could go back to my angsty, painful teenager years and show myself this book... finding out that everyone else suffered the same awkward, insecure, obsessive feelings that I did, it would have been a game changer. Reading it as an adult, it was fun to go back and laugh at the ridiculous weight we all gave to every single look, action, and gesture. It was especially sweet to see the wisdom that the narrator gains, in spite of himself at times, via some of the... no spoilers... events of the book. Turns out it's not deer hunting that makes you a man - who knew. :)
April 7, 2018
I was prepared for this book to be hilarious, which it was. What I wasn’t prepared for was for it to be genuinely touching. Craig’s journey through his seven breakups with the same girl is a thoughtful and moving depiction of growing up and recognizing your own faults.
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1,171 reviews251 followers
October 21, 2018
“Are you Okay?” she asked
“You seem a little messed up.”
“I’m getting dumped! And I’m probably having an aneurysm or something.”
“I’m sorry.”
“I would appreciate in the future if you would stop breaking up with me.”

This was a beautifully bittersweet love story that was so grounded in realism and authenticity that I fell head over heels, and had my heartbroken alongside Amy and Craig. The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig details the on-again off-again romance between Amy and Craig. We explore their lives, hopes, dreams, and fears as they keep finding their way to each other.

I loved the writing style in the story. Everything was so realistic and clear. It honestly felt like a movie playing out in front of me. I didn’t want to put the book down. And Craig’s narration was so witty, humorous, and personal - we get so many of his random thoughts and clearly see him. It was just fantastic. Reading this story felt like connecting with a friend and just catching up. It was so good. I would have loved to get to know Amy a bit more, maybe even a POV chapter, and the other side characters were only in the story very briefly, but they did have great interactions with each other.

The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig is an unexpected love story about soulmates, friendships, romance, and everything in between. It’s about finding your happiness, while learning to be content in your everyday moments. It shows the messiness of life, and the joy and hope we seek in forming bonds with other people. We see that there are always new endings, and if we’re lucky there are new beginnings too.

I received a copy of the book from Disney-Hyperion in exchange for an honest review.
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3,430 reviews234 followers
October 25, 2018
First and foremost, I want to thank Zolidis for warning me that though this is a love story, there would be no HEA. So, yeah, he warned me, but I just kept hoping the outcome would change, because I am the sappiest sap alive. He prepared me for it, but I still cried.

This book is called The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig, but to me, this was really Craig's story. It was the story of his first love and subsequent heartbreak, but it also chronicled a rather cataclysmic year in his life, which I guess, was his coming-of-age.

That being said, I LOVED Craig. Right from the start, I knew I was going to adore him. He was witty and wry and he made me laugh. I ached for him every time Amy broke up with him, and scolded him every time he went back to her. My heart broke for him when his family hit a rough patch, and I was proud of his personal growth throughout the story. Good job, Don Zolidis! You wrote a great character, who totally endeared himself to me.

Amy was a little tougher for me to like. The story was told solely from Craig's perspective, therefore, I really had no inkling as to why Amy kept breaking up with Craig. We slowly learn bits and pieces of her life throughout the book, but don't really get the full story until almost the end of the book. That last bit helped me reconcile my feelings about Amy and understand her a lot more, and maybe it was sort of brilliant to make me wait.

There were lots of great supporting characters in this book as well. Amongst my favorites, were Craig's D&D squad. They each had some quirks, and the group as a whole, had a great dynamic. They really rallied around Craig, when he hit some low points during his various "torments". Craig may not have had as many friends as his sister, but he had some quality friends.

I also loved Craig's dad. He goes through a lot in this book, and we see his and Craig's relationship undergo some major changes. This was one of the first times that Craig saw his dad as a fallible human. He saw his father bear his emotions and actually share his feelings. These reveals were huge, and really took Craig and his dad's relationship in a meaningful direction.

Zolidis did a fantastic job taking me through the ups and downs of this relationship. I thought laying it out in a non-linear way worked well, but my favorite thing was the way Craig told the story. I like when the characters talk to me. It's a format that works well for me with films, TV shows, and books. It conveyed this intimacy that fit the confessional nature of this story, which was very memoire-esque.

This book was mostly funny. Zolidis expertly wove the heavier bits in with lots of humor, which was probably why so many tears flowed at the end. That seventh torment was the toughest for me. I just reread the ending, and of course, I am crying. There is a part that was really sad, but the rest was more bittersweet. I liked how Amy and Craig's lives had progressed, and was happy about that, but being a hopeless romantic, I wanted an HEA.

Overall: A charming and humorous look at first love and moving on.

*ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

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453 reviews24 followers
September 7, 2018
The book starts with a spoiler, this is not a happy ending. And yet, you still read it all the time wondering how it will actually end.

3.5, because of a loss in pace around the ending.

Craig is an awkward nerd but he has finally made a move on Amy, one of the most popular girl in school. When they become boyfriend and girlfriend, Amy soon dumps Craig until then they get back together and repeat.

Told in a non linear form by Craig himself starting from one of their breakups before we learn how they met and got together, we can't help but feel morbidly curious where they'll go for Craig to call it a bad ending.

This is surely a different YA. Though I have read one with a similar proposal, it didn't work as well as this one. Craig is a great character, and Amy isn't bad at all, I liked her, though I'm still not sure I understand her reasons.

And that's one of the big falls. I thought I was reaching a good reason they couldn't be together, a bit plot twist. I didn't. On the bright side, the book felt real, as if the author had gone out with an Amy during his teenager days. I did understand there was a deep meaning to the story, it wasn't in vain. I was still a bit disappointed.

Aside from that, this is a really quick-to-read book with charismatic characters, especially Craig's friends. Also, it takes place in the mid-90's. Since I was a teenager around then, I identified a lot with some of the issues, like Craig's parents' rule of no telephones after nine—even though we didn't have one that explicit back home. This nostalgic feeling is something only an older public should be able to enjoy, and that was great. Of course, it's still YA but it did speak to me as well.

I'm recommending this to readers who are after some variety in light-read contemporary YA; there's some drama but nothing too heavy and this was surely entertaining.

Honest review based on an ARC provided by Netgalley. Many thanks to the publisher for this opportunity.
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Author 7 books92 followers
April 12, 2018
This is not your average YA love story, but it's a realistic one. In THE SEVEN TORMENTS OF AMY AND CRAIG, the couple are together, then they're not, then together, then not, then together... You see where I'm going with this. And this isn't a spoiler. It's on the jacket copy and the ending is predicted in the book's first line.
But the brilliance of this book is not in any surprises in the plot; it's in the real look at the uncertainty of teenage years and teenage love. It's hard to give yourself fully to someone else when you're still figuring out who you are, and yet that's exactly what teenagers want and keep trying to do.
On again/off again relationships are a reality for so many teens, and there aren't many YA books that showcase them. This one does, and the author, Don Zolidis, does it wonderfully, telling the story unchronologically and showing how the characters' tumultuous relationship reflects their outside lives and growth as well.
I read this book as part of an ARC tour with no expectation of a review, and I recommend it.
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1,062 reviews488 followers
August 27, 2020
Tohle bylo upřímně řečeno něco úplně jiného, než jsem čekala. Bavilo mě, jak je kniha napsaná - a to až do té míry, že mi bylo úplně fuk, o čem vlastně je. Ano, tenhle příběh i postavy mají mouchy (a to velké!), ale já jsem si to i tak užila. Líbilo se mi, že děj se čtenář dozvídá napřeskáčku, a že se autor nebojí osobitého humoru. A ten konec? Na jedničku.
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503 reviews345 followers
September 30, 2018
3.5 Stars

Readable and interesting, but lacking that special something. I liked reading about the nerdy parts and thought the high school heartbreak parts felt so true. But I wanted that one extra THING to happen to take this book to the next level.
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Author 7 books1,211 followers
November 12, 2018
This is the epitome of the kind of love story I love in YA: there's an ending that feels utterly deserved and that you're told right away would happen (it's not a romance with a capital R), and both of the characters have good and not-so-good qualities to them. Zolidis tells this story in a nonlinear fashion, taking us from the middle of Amy and Craig's rocky relationship, then to the beginning, and then through to the end. We see both characters become well-fleshed, and we see their flaws in powerful ways.

Craig is funny, and throughout, his humor shines through. It doesn't feel forced nor does it feel fake. This is a dude who really loves Amy but also knows he's imperfect and immature and in a family that's struggling financially, so some of his plans for the future are in question. Amy is adopted, and one of the through lines in the story is about her close relationship with her adoptive mother, as well as her toying with the idea of connecting with her birth mother.

The book is set in Janesville, Wisconsin, which is a community I'm really familiar with. It's spot on in describing things and for hitting real great Wisconsin humor (the Perkins! The cow! Parker Pens and their layoffs! The GM plant!). It also is a love story to gaming and D&D, which began just a few miles down the road from Janesville and it also highlights Gen Con, back when Gen Con was still in Milwaukee (but after Lake Geneva, of course!). It was refreshing to see this all through Craig's eyes, especially, because I knew so many people who grew up in Janesville not too many years after this story is set, and I know how much it rings true.

The dialog here is great, and both characters feel like actual teens. Zolidis writes plays for high school performers, and his eye for staging, for speech, and for mannerisms shines through.

Pass along to readers who like love stories told in non-linear ways, who love books with a funny male protagonist at the helm, and who like a book that makes them laugh and feel sadness throughout. It's set in the 1990s, so it's one that'll appeal to readers who love that setting. It reminded me a big of A SHORT HISTORY OF THE GIRL NEXT DOOR, which would be a nice pairing. Readers who pick this up and love and/or are fascinated by the setting would do well with reading JANESVILLE, which highlights things like GM and the Parker Pen company and their role in building Janesville to being what it is; it'll also give insight into the off-handed comments Craig makes, particularly about how Janesville is very white (it is, and that's by racist design).
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129 reviews
November 8, 2021
Lol that was awesome. Pointless but awesome. And those last chapters... I'm crying.
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Author 0 books84 followers
November 3, 2018
Who’s ready for a funny YA book? The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig is the first novel from the prolific, frequently-produced playwright Don Zolidis. This on-again-off-again romance is told from Craig’s point of view as Amy breaks up with him not once, not twice, but you guessed it—seven times. Craig is understandably tormented by all this, although his sense of humor keeps the story light and downright funny, even when the plot turns more serious toward the end. Threading through Craig’s explanation of his love life are other misadventures from his early ‘90s teenage existence in Janesville, Wisconsin involving deer hunting, a college visit, Dungeons and Dragons, and comic books. We can give this enjoyable book to high school readers looking for an older-kids version of Diary of A Wimpy Kid.
May 4, 2018
Craig is a senior in high school struggling to be a nerd in the small town of Janesville, Wisconsin. He’s been an outcast at school, at home, and sometimes even with his friends; but his whole life changes when he starts dating Amy. She is the best thing in his life, proof that taking a chance can lead to success. She’s also the worst thing in his life, proof that risk-taking can land you facedown in the snow with your heart broken.

This is the funniest book I’ve read in a long time. I relate to Craig’s nerdy awkwardness, and I know what it’s like to not want to let go of a relationship that is over. Craig sees Amy as the perfect girl at school and not for the person she exposes herself to be. Amy is the valedictorian and president of Youth in Government, but she’s also a daughter and sister under a lot of pressure and struggling with the weight. She’s like us. Craig is like us too for not seeing the truth time and time again. Zolidis has created two characters who are genuine and easy to relate to and love. They will make you laugh, cringe, and maybe even cry. This book is for the hopeless romantic in all of us.
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Author 24 books50 followers
August 13, 2018
I didn't just like this book because I can deeply rate to '90s something nerds (although I can).

I didn't just like this book because it made me laugh out loud (which it did).

I didn't just like this book because it's non-linear and follows an emotional arc rather than a chronological one (and I appreciate creative storytelling like that).

I didn't JUST like it for those reasons, although they were all part of why I fell hard for this book about a boy who falls hard for a complicated girl. More than anything, I liked it because it's just so real; rather than feeling contrived or trite, as too many YA romances can, it felt fresh and funny and relate-able. Will definitely read Don Zolidis' next book.
15 reviews
August 21, 2018
As a teacher, I think the way that Don Zolidis portrays young romance is so spot on. There's none of the romanticized, sickly-sweet romanticizing that can be so detrimental to young relationships. I don't mean to say that it isn't a good story. It definitely is. It's real and down to earth in a way that I haven't seen in a while.
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Author 3 books22 followers
April 20, 2018
Don Zolidis' debut YA is destined to be a hit. By turns laugh-out-loud funny and heart-achingly bittersweet, The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig features an engaging cast of characters and the kind of realistic romance that,many teens will be able to relate to. Highly recommended!
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1,516 reviews66 followers
October 10, 2018
Craig is an obnoxious and self-obsessed butthead who can’t focus on anything else but his own minor problems.

He’s also freaking funny because he’s such an idiot and learns how to NOT be an idiot, so there’s a nice redemption arc that makes reading this book have a nice pay off.

Amy was your typical teenager, acting as though no one will ever understand her and saying things like “it’s better off for you if we aren’t together,” all passive aggressive and shit. I enjoyed it for its authenticity but I forgot how annoying that was—it drove me absolutely insane when my friends did it in high school. DON’T BE CRYPTIC JUST TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT TO TELL ME.

And despite the book being about breakups it’s pretty heartwarming, which is definitely needed in those cold Wisconsin winters the author kept referencing.
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July 27, 2020
I really enjoyed reading this one! Craig's sense of humor is really similar to my own, which was actually pretty new to me in a book, I even laughed out loud a few times - never happened to me while reading before.
I'm glad that it wasn't just a lovestory, I like heavy contemporary and this one is really well balanced for those readers, who don't like the really heavy ones, as it contains some really deep and important problems and messages!
The only thing I didn't like was the time jumps back and forth and sometimes the author describes stuff way too long, but other than that I really like it and I can recommend it for sure!
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211 reviews
May 9, 2021
One of most hilarious, poignant books I’ve read so far this year. You follow the 7 breakups of a couple during their senior year, out of order; the humor pulls you in so the later poignancy wins you over. Could almost be a high school version of 500 Days of Summer.
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46 reviews1 follower
July 16, 2018
Seven Torments chronicles the on-again, off-again romance of Amy and Craig over the course of their senior year. Craig, the geeky Dungeons and Dragons aficionado, is amazed to find that Amy, the beautiful and determined class president is interested in him and they start an unlikely romance. The two main characters are each struggling with trying to reconcile their pasts and figuring out what the future may hold for them. Craig, somewhat of a social outcast living in the shadow of his athletic and popular twin sister, has been laying low in high school, biding his time until he can escape the small town of Janesville WI. Amy is determined to prove that her dyslexia cannot hold her back, and has been over achieving her way to the top of the class and the presidency of nearly every club on campus. Craig’s voice is sarcastic, humorous and thoroughly enlightened despite his myopic focus on his relationship with his dream girl, Amy. And though Amy breaks up with him every other week, Craig steadfastly holds on to the hope that he and Amy will prevail in the end. But Amy is not as committed or optimistic and her mother’s illness and her own self doubts keep her from being there for Craig as she breaks his heart again and again. Though things do not wrap up perfectly, their alternately touching and tortured relationship rings true.
Thoughts: It is refreshing to read a realistic YA romance story with the focus solidly on the male character. A quirky and appealing read and a great choice for fans of John Green and Rainbow Rowell.
Thanks to NetGalley and Disney-Hyperion for providing me with an advance copy of the book in exchange for an unbiased review.
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32 reviews
July 25, 2018
Cleverly structured book that creates a page-turner in that we know this dude is going to be dumped seven times and we need to know why. I loved the male perspective on relationships and whether you're a girl or boy yourself, you'll be entertained by this book, and gain romance tips from a unique perspective.
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74 reviews
December 31, 2018
This is the book I would highly reccomemd!
I liked the writing style and the atmosphere was magnificient. It really felt like I actually were in the 90s. Author is really skilled with words and that blew my mind.And that's the main reason why I gave this book 4 stars. I would like to read this author's next book, just because the way the author manipulates and weave words and how I ended up sucked right in this world. But, there is a reason why this wasn't a 5 star read for me.
My main problem with this book was that I hated the characters. They were really annoying, Amy especially, and I just couldn't connect with any of the characters. I though Amy was really rude to Craig and it seemed to me like she didn't know what she wants to do at all. And Craig was obssesed with Amy so much it got painful. And even though I didn't like that part of the book, I liked how the author showed us how toxic relationship look like. Not every relationship is the perfect one, and not every relationship is bad only if there is an abuser. Sometimes, relationships are toxic because we want them to work so bad that we actually hurt each other. And this story is the perfect example of it. Craig was so in love that all he wanted was to be with Amy, even though Amy wasn't for him. It made their relationship really bad and author made that comes to spotlight.
Anyway, I enjoyed reading this book and it still deserves 4 stars. It's educational, writing is exquisite and atmosphere is spot on.
Sometimes, the book doesn't need to be perfect. Sometimes you just enjoy the words
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138 reviews271 followers
July 16, 2020
Sedm rozchodů Amy a Craiga byla svým námětem vskutku celkem originální YA romance a jejím opravdu velikým plus je její čtivost a dávka humoru, kterou si pro nás autor přichystal. A ten humor, možná až sarkasmus je na téhle knize opravdu to nejlepší. Já osobně měla s touto knihou jeden problém, který ubíral mému čtecímu požitku a tím bylo to, že se autor nedržel chronologického vyprávění, ale začínal třetím rozchodem, pak se vracel na začátek, pak k dalšímu rozchodu atd. Za celou dobu jsem nepochopila, proč se rozhodl to udělat takhle, nicméně kvůli tomu jsem měla docela problém se v příběhu orientovat a udělat si nějaký celkový obrázek na příběh Amy a Craiga hezky od začátku až dokonce.

Rozhodně bych knize přičetla k dobru i jakousi reálnost příběhu a také dobré vyvážení romantiky a vážnějších věcí. Na léto to byla opravdu fajn oddechová a lehce romantická kniha, která ale bohužel nenaplnila tak úplně moje očekávání, která jsem měla. Za mě lehký nadprůměr a pokud takovýto typ knížek běžně čtete, tak se toho nebojte, třeba budete nadšenější než já.
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3 reviews18 followers
April 9, 2018
As a teacher of ELA, I'm always interested in books for my students to enjoy. Most YA "romance" books have a feminine slant and are a hard sell for my guys. The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig is a great book for guys, and girls as well. I immediately bonded with Craig. As a twin, I know what it's like to be practically the same as someone else and yet feel lesser-than. Craig has the wonderful and vulnerable quality I felt very protective of. My heart broke for him. Maybe it's because I have a daughter and not a son, or I saw some of my favorite students in Craig, his broken heart became mine as well.

Great read- I am so glad I got an advance copy to read. I will definitely share it with students and friends who like YA.
August 2, 2019
Tak toto bolo neskutočné :D! Priznávam, že na tínedžerské knihy chytám v poslednom čase naozaj silnú averziu a aj v tomto prípade som mala enormne veľké obavy... ale akosi slovo dalo slovo, čin dal čin a ja som sa už od prvej strany nefalšovane smiala. Áno, dobre počujete - smiala som sa. Chvíľami nahlas. A bolo to fantastické! Už dlho som nečítala niečo tak milé, svojské, zábavné. Osobne som vo vekovej kategórii hrdinov a táto kniha je niečo s čím sa stotožniť dá. Dá sa v nej nájsť útecha, pobavenie a akýsi oddych od skutočných problémov. Úprimne môžem povedať, že som nadšená a mám radosť, že sa mi príbeh Amy a Craiga dostal do rúk. Mal by sa aj vám pokiaľ máte chuť na veľa úsmevov a pohladení na duši :).
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7 reviews
April 27, 2018
Don Zolidis is a genius! He has created a realistic love story that I could see happening in real life. The best part is that you know how it will end but it still surprises you. I would never imagine Don Zolidis would make me cry, but he did. This master piece should be in everyone's TBR pile ASAP. Thank you for this amazing novel that speaks to the soul.
May 1, 2018
The amount of love and care put into this book is so so evident. I’m so incredibly in awe of how realistic and wonderful this book is. If I could recommend one book every year, this would be the one. A+ work from one of my favorite authors. So excited for the rest of the world to experience what I did.
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