Other Breakable Things
by Kelley York and Rowan Altwood
Publication Date: April 4 ,2017
Publisher: Entangled Teen
According to Japanese legend, folding a thousand paper cranes will grant you healing.
Evelyn Abel will fold two thousand if it will bring Luc back to her.
Luc Argent has always been intimately acquainted with death. After a car crash got him a second chance at life—via someone else’s transplanted heart—he tried to embrace it. He truly did. But he always knew death could be right around the corner again.
And now it is.
Sick of hospitals and tired of transplants, Luc is ready to let his failing heart give out, ready to give up. A road trip to Oregon—where death with dignity is legal—is his answer. But along for the ride is his best friend, Evelyn.
And she’s not giving up so easily.
A thousand miles, a handful of roadside attractions, and one life-altering kiss later, Evelyn’s fallen, and Luc’s heart is full. But is it enough to save him? Evelyn’s betting her heart, her life, that it can be.
Right down to the thousandth paper crane.
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Kelley York and Rowan Altwood are a wife and wife writing team living in central California with their daughter and way too many cats. Kelley is the author of Hushed, Made of Stars, and Modern Monsters, and Other Breakable Things is Rowan’s debut.
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PLEASE WELCOME KELLY AND ROWAN TO BOOKHOUNDS YA
Welcome to my desk! I don’t have a designated office in our small apartment, so this occupies a corner of our living room, instead. I spend a lot of time writing on my laptop on the couch or in bed, but that would be a boring picture. Instead, here is where I do a lot of more intensive work—things like editing, cover design, schoolwork, etc. The second computer monitor there makes things easier, especially when I’m working on graphic design stuff. There’s disparity between how something looks on a laptop screen, desktop screen, and a mobile screen. By alternating between those two, it gives me better control of brightness/contrast and colors. I also loathe touchpads on laptops, so having a mouse when I do things like book edits and Photoshop work spares me the headache.
You can see my and Rowan’s POP collection on the shelves. (We have a few stragglers in the bedroom, but this is the majority of them.) Those are my Witcher figurines keeping me company on the left shelf (except for poor Eredin, who was banished to the other shelf because there was no room for him—and let me tell you, we went to like four different GameStops looking for Ciri the day these figurines were released), and the Marvel and Resident Evil ones on the right. There are also small urns with ashes of my dog and one of my cats; kind of morbid for some, I know, but I like having them where I can see them. The odd little tree to the right on the desk is made of beads by my Grandma when I was little, and she gave me this one a few years ago at my request.
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danielle hammelef says
My fave YA romance is Summer of Supernovas. My daughter’s girl scout troop and parents all made 1000 origami cranes for a sibling of a scout with cancer and she’s doing well now!
Maria Malaveci says
I loved loved Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon
Cynthia R says
My favorite YA romance with an emotional heart is The Fault In Our Stars by John Green.
Lisa Coomer Queen says
The Fault in Our Stars would have to be my favorite. I’ve read it several times!