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The Infinite Moment of Us

by Lauren Myracle

The Infinite Moment of Us
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  • First Published:
    Aug 2013, 336 pages
    Paperback:
    Aug 2014, 352 pages

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The teenage protagonists in this beautiful story explore the varied facets of love and its manifestations.

Life is made of moments and transitions. Some big, some small, all adding up to the experience of being human. Falling in love for the first time is one of the enormous, yet often quiet, moments that can change one's life course.

The Infinite Moment of Us by Lauren Myracle opens with these lines: "It was the ending: high school. It was the beginning: everything that came next." Taking place during the summer after high school graduation, this novel for young adults is written in alternating points of view and tells the love story of privileged only child Wren, and Charlie, a boy living with a loving foster family. They've known each other casually throughout high school, but, in the mysterious way of attraction and love, a sudden connection is made on the last day of school.

The novel takes us from that initial spark of connection through coincidental bumping into each other to ...

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