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Every Moment and Not a Second More

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In 2012, scientists used the world’s largest machine to slam matter together and discover ‘The God Particle’. At the same time the universe sends Emily, a dysfunctional middle aged woman, crashing into three strangers.

She meets an airplane machinist turned drag queen in a battle over dripping bathtub. A scientist on the brink of discovery and destruction. And a young man
Kindle Edition, 287 pages
Published July 6th 2018
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Aug 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
‘I’m a thirty-six-year-old single woman who eats cereal for dinner and paints in my bra. Does that count as emerging?’

Washington author and screenwriter Natalie Hanson appears to be making her published novel debut with EVERY MOMENT AND NOT A SECOND MORE. According to another site she has also penned AN ISOPTIC ANALYSIS OF ECOSYSTEM CONNECTIVITY: ARE ANADROMOUS ALOSA HERRING NUTRIENT VECTOR? For an author whose bent is satire and humor that second publication seems unlikely…! She lives in
Renee Iglesias
Feb 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
First of all, thank you to the author and publishing company for a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Full review at

This was one of those books where I didn't exactly know what I was getting into until I was about 100 pages in. However, I absolutely loved the characters from the beginning. I think Natalie Hanson does a fantastic job making each character feel and sound different - something that is actually quite tricky to get right. This book deserves all the
Jan 27, 2019 rated it it was ok
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I was provided a complimentary review copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

"Every Moment" follows a diverse set of characters who are all, in some way, tied to the Blue Diamond apartment complex in Seattle. The chapters alternate between each character's story, and as they become more intertwined, you see more of them together in each other's pages. I found that the storylines stayed pretty separate throughout the book and came together rather quickly at the end with sudden resolutions and
Aug 03, 2018 rated it really liked it
Every Moment and Not a Second More by Natalie Hanson is a fast-witted, sardonic humor infused book filled with an ensemble of characters like none you've seen before. The cast of characters includes a drag queen, a handsome scientist, Emily our seemingly lost heroine, and Colby, a mysterious kid who lives in the same apartment building. Emily has issues with her dad Warren, and just about everyone is hiding something, wishing for something, or changing something. You will want to keep reading ...more
Amy Shannon
Sep 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This was a very interesting read, as Every Moment and Not a Second More is filled with unique characters, and a loveable heroine. Emily is the main character, who has a lot of depth, has issues of her own, which I like. She is far from perfect, and a little bit lost. This is one of those reads you don't put down until the end, and then you want to tell others about. I find it very well-written, filled with humor, and some action and a journey that keeps you on the edge of your seat. A very ...more
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