Wake up. Friday. Clara Hart hits my car. Go to class. Anthony rates the girls. House party. Anthony goes upstairs with Clara. Drink. Clara dies. Wake up. Friday again. Clara Hart hits my car.
Why can’t I break this loop?
Russian Doll meets Promising Young Woman.
Warning: sexual assault
“What a voice. An amazing debut.” Sue Wallman, author of I Know You Did It
“Shows us the complexities of teenage gender relations without teaching or preaching.” Mia Döring, author of Any Girl
“A real page-turner.” Helena Close, author of Things I Know
“If I had my way this fast-paced, thought-provoking and gorgeously crafted book would be required reading in every secondary school. A timely and important story.” Aislinn O’Loughlin, author of Big Bad Me
“This novel is a reminder of how fiction can be an ideal space for exploring philosophical questions … I am glad this superb book exists.” Claire Hennessy, The Irish Times
“An exceptional debut that can be enjoyed by anybody, but especially by teenage boys who can connect to Spence and his struggles.” Paper Lanterns
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“An excellent twist on the time-loop trope. It is a gripping, heart-wrenching and eye-opening story that I cannot recommend enough.” Lois Reads Books
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