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The Light We Lost

The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo (325 pages)
Overview: Gabe and Lucy met in college on one of the worst days in American history, September 11, 2001. That day, and the tragedy that surrounded it, brings them together and leaves a mark on them that they cannot shake. Over eleven years, with more time apart than together, their lives move and change, influencing their love story, but uniting again never quite falls into place. I enjoyed getting to see the scope of two ill fated lovers's relationship, and the way it was built toward the ending made the book impossible to put down. Overall: 4.5

Notes: I did want to point out, this is the first book I've read in the adult fiction category. This story follows two people who meet senior year of college into their thirties. While the story focuses on a different time of life, it still held the delicious YA feel I love, which, after reading the author bio, I was not surprised by as she has written YA and children's novels before.

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