Saturday, December 13, 2014

FFBC Blog Tour: I Remember You by Cathleen Davitt Bell

I Remember You
by Cathleen Davitt Bell
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Release Date: February 10th 2015
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For fans of THE FUTURE OF US comes an engrossing story of two teens, whose love for each other is tested by time and fate.

Lucas and Juliet couldn’t be more different from each other. But from the moment Lucas sees Juliet, he swears he remembers their first kiss. Their first dance. Their first fight. He even knows what’s going to happen between them—not because he can predict the future, but because he claims to have already lived it.

Juliet doesn’t know whether to be afraid for herself or for Lucas. As Lucas’s memories occur more frequently, they also grow more ominous. All Juliet wants is to keep Lucas safe with her. But how do you hold on to someone you love in the present when they’ve begun slipping away from you in the future?

This is a book that shows you what true love is: heart stopping, mind bending, life changing. I Remember You is unforgettable. - Melissa Kantor, author of Maybe One Day

An ode to the enduring, transforming power of love. - Susane Colasanti, author of Now and Forever

Well-developed and multidimensional supporting characters contribute to the book’s even pace. This romance novel has elements of science fiction, yet remains true and authentic to the intensity of feelings adolescents experience with their first loves. - School Library Journal

Romance with a dash of time travel and a hint of war...a Nicholas Sparks novel for teens. - Kirkus Reviews 

Suspenseful, poignant, and devastatingly romantic, I Remember You perfectly captures the intense, ephemeral magic of first—and forever—love. - Micol Ostow, author of Amity

Cathleen Davitt Bell gets all the gorgeous details right in this smart, fast-paced, romantic thriller about the love you choose and the love that chooses you. This extraordinary love story transcends time and space but lucky for us, each moment happens in the hot here and now. I Remember You is unforgettable. - Arlaina Tibensky, author of And Then Things Fall Apart

I was breathless reading I Remember You, wishing I could time travel to the end and find out exactly what happens—and yet, not wanting to miss a minute of the drama along the way. It read like a younger version of The Time Traveler's Wife. - Jen Calonita, author of Side Effects

A unique romance about a girl who is solidly rooted in the present and a boy who "remembers the future" as if he's already experienced it. Is it possible to alter the future and, if so, how? - Lois Duncan, author of Stranger with My Face and Locked in Time

I was born in Princeton, NJ in 1971 and lived there until I was twelve, when we moved with my mom moved to West Hartford, CT.

My dad and mom had been divorced when I was two, and my dad lived in Williamstown, MA. I spent summers and school vacations with him.

I went to college in New York, at Barnard, and stayed in New York after I graduated. I worked as a newspaper reporter for three months, as a salesperson for a multimedia publisher for three years, and as a market researcher, and finally a copywriter.

I’m married and have two awesome kids ages two and five. I lived in Manhattan for sixteen years, but now am in Brooklyn, living downstairs from my sister and her family. I have two dogs named Oscar and Oprah. My favorite food is pizza and, strangely, in my thirties, I’ve developed a great love for playing catch. Slipping is my first book.

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