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    • ISBN:9781405521581
    • Publication date:04 Sep 2012

Through It All

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Can you save a friend who doesn't want to be saved? A powerful debut novel from an exciting new talent.

The first step is the hardest . . .


Waverly Brown is the anchor that keeps her tight circle of friends together. Loyal and generous with her time, she would do anything for Kate and Amy but she can't bring herself to tell even her best friends the truth about her bakery and her increasing debt. She's so consumed with her own worries that she almost misses what is right in front of her; something is wrong with Amy, terribly wrong.

Try as they might to reach out, Waverly and Kate can't make Amy open up to them. She refuses to admit there's anything wrong but Waverly is convinced Amy is in trouble and she's terrified. Can Waverly convince her friend to save herself before it's too late?

Heartbreaking, honest and compelling, Through It All is a masterful novel about the power of friendship and the strength we find in those around us.



(Published under the title How Lucky You Are in the United States of America)

Biographical Notes

Kristyn Lewis has worked in magazines for fifteen years. She has written for The New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, More, Allure and more. Through It All is her first novel.

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  • ISBN: 9780751550900
  • Publication date: 04 Jul 2013
  • Page count: 352
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