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Wednesday, August 24, 2016


Flashback (Until Next Time #2) by Liz Costanzo
YA historical contemporary mystery fantasy paranormal
72700 words, 278 pages
$12.49 in print

High school's hard. It's even harder when your past--or past life--comes back to haunt you.

Senior Jack Vander Zee seems to be living the dream. He made the All Iowa Football Team, he's the star of his own YouTube show, and it looks like he's getting a full ride to college. Jack's dreams, however, are more like memories...memories of a soldier from the Vietnam War and a girl named Christine.

Ivy Drake moves to Newton, Iowa, for her senior year in high school. Moving senior year is hard, and it's even harder when Ivy starts dreaming about stuff from 1969. The dreams feel more like memories of a girl named Christine and her boyfriend Johnny.

Jack and Ivy meet, and Jack knocks Ivy off her feet, literally, onto the high school track in front of...well, pretty much everyone. Jack and Ivy have an immediate connection that grows stronger as they discover their dreams may actually be memories of another couple from the past. Jack and Ivy try to reconnect in the twenty-first century while dealing with frenemies, a potential murderer, and senior year.

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