I’m linking up for another WoW! Because, basically, there are so many books I want to read.
What is “Waiting on Wednesday”? It’s a weekly linkup hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. You spotlight a book you can’t-wait-to-read.
Josie Byrne’s life is spiraling out of control. Her parents are divorcing, her boyfriend Nick has grown distant, and her physics teacher has it in for her. When she’s betrayed by the two people she trusts most, Josie thinks things can’t get worse.
Until she starts having dreams about a girl named Jo. Every night at the same time—3:59 a.m.
Jo’s life is everything Josie wants: she’s popular, her parents are happily married, and Nick adores her. It all seems real, but they’re just dreams, right? Josie thinks so, until she wakes one night to a shadowy image of herself in the bedroom mirror – Jo.
Josie and Jo realize that they are doppelgängers living in parallel universes that overlap every twelve hours at exactly 3:59. Fascinated by Jo’s perfect world, Josie jumps at the chance to jump through the portal and switch places for a day.
But Jo’s world is far from perfect. Not only is Nick not Jo’s boyfriend, he hates her. Jo’s mom is missing, possibly insane. And at night, shadowy creatures feed on human flesh.
By the end of the day, Josie is desperate to return to her own life. But there’s a problem: Jo has sealed the portal, trapping Josie in this dangerous world. Can she figure out a way home before it’s too late?
From master of suspense Gretchen McNeil comes a riveting and deliciously eerie story about the lives we wish we had – and how they just might kill you.
why do i want to read it?
Look at the cover. Just look at it. Isn’t it fabulous?!!
Okay, okay…also the premise is intriguing and I’m a sucker for an evil-twin story. Who isn’t?
when does it come out?
cait folds paper planes for money. well, she would if someone payed her for the endeavours. besides wasting her life on goodreads (obviously that’s what she does), she explodes glue guns (there were flames) and dreams up sequels for books she hasn’t written (logical). she really, really likes ice cream. she thinks she should be given it more often.