Blink Once

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Bloomsbury USA, Sep 4, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
16 Reviews
West is a high school senior who has everything going for him until an accident leaves him paralyzed. Strapped down in his hospital bed, slipping in and out of consciousness, West is terrified and alone. Until he meets Olivia.

She's the girl next door-sort of. A patient in the room next to his, only Olivia can tell what West is thinking, and only Olivia seems to know that the terrible dreams he's been having are not just a result of his medication. Yet as West comes to rely on Olivia-to love her, even-certain questions pull at him: Why has Olivia been in the hospital for so long? And what does it mean that she is at the center of his nightmares? But the biggest question of all comes when West begins to recover and learns that the mysterious girl he's fallen in love with has a secret he could never have seen coming.

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I loved her writing style and her emotional plot. - Goodreads
I wouldn't categorize this as a love story at. - Goodreads
Olivia" Wow. Amazing book, great love story. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Kelli (I'd So Rather Be Reading) - Goodreads

What a haunting story! Reading the summary, I loved the idea of a secret connection between Olivia and West. And that is exactly what they had. Something about being in an accident or similar health ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jasmyne - Goodreads

I absolutely love this book! I learned what it's like to be a patient at a hospital. I liked how through out the book, it kept you wondering how the ending would be. I was very shocked and heart ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

CYLIN BUSBY is the author of several teen books and non-fiction articles as well as the acclaimed young adult memoir, The Year We Disappeared. A former editor with Teen magazine, she now lives in Los Angeles with her family.
www.cylinbusby.com

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