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In one town: a novel, vol. 1 of 2 (classic reprint) - One Second After by William R. Forstchen



A now famous novel by Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird, was first published in 1960. The book won the 1961 Pulitzer Prize immediately, becoming a classical book of modern American literature and a bestseller, and was soon adapted into a film in 1962. Being one of only two books by Harper Lee, it brought her instant fame.

The book is written in the genre of American (Southern) Gothic and Bildungsroman, dealing first of all with the themes of racial inequality, injustice, racial and social prejudice, as well as innocence destroyed by harsh realities of life, courage, sympathy, compassion and tolerance.

The historical period when the book was written and published saw the most important and controversial social change in the US South since the Civil War, which was the attempt to change the position of black people in the traditional Southern American society. In spite of the book’s setting taking place in the mid-1930s, the views expressed in it are inspired by the situation in the 1950s.

“Giffin scores again by bringing her discerning understanding of matters of the heart to The One & Only , in which Shea Rigsby must stop living her life on the sidelines.” — Family Circle

“Deep, beautifully written… as with many of her novels [Giffin’s] latest focuses on a forbidden love of sorts, but in a new setting:  a fictional small college town in Texas.” — Marie Claire

“Brace yourself for a tearjerker:  A tale of friendship and loyalty in a small, football-crazed Texas town shows how quickly things can change when tragedy challenges all that the characters hold dear.  [A] page-turner.” — InStyle

A now famous novel by Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird, was first published in 1960. The book won the 1961 Pulitzer Prize immediately, becoming a classical book of modern American literature and a bestseller, and was soon adapted into a film in 1962. Being one of only two books by Harper Lee, it brought her instant fame.

The book is written in the genre of American (Southern) Gothic and Bildungsroman, dealing first of all with the themes of racial inequality, injustice, racial and social prejudice, as well as innocence destroyed by harsh realities of life, courage, sympathy, compassion and tolerance.

The historical period when the book was written and published saw the most important and controversial social change in the US South since the Civil War, which was the attempt to change the position of black people in the traditional Southern American society. In spite of the book’s setting taking place in the mid-1930s, the views expressed in it are inspired by the situation in the 1950s.

A now famous novel by Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird, was first published in 1960. The book won the 1961 Pulitzer Prize immediately, becoming a classical book of modern American literature and a bestseller, and was soon adapted into a film in 1962. Being one of only two books by Harper Lee, it brought her instant fame.

The book is written in the genre of American (Southern) Gothic and Bildungsroman, dealing first of all with the themes of racial inequality, injustice, racial and social prejudice, as well as innocence destroyed by harsh realities of life, courage, sympathy, compassion and tolerance.

The historical period when the book was written and published saw the most important and controversial social change in the US South since the Civil War, which was the attempt to change the position of black people in the traditional Southern American society. In spite of the book’s setting taking place in the mid-1930s, the views expressed in it are inspired by the situation in the 1950s.

“Giffin scores again by bringing her discerning understanding of matters of the heart to The One & Only , in which Shea Rigsby must stop living her life on the sidelines.” — Family Circle

“Deep, beautifully written… as with many of her novels [Giffin’s] latest focuses on a forbidden love of sorts, but in a new setting:  a fictional small college town in Texas.” — Marie Claire

“Brace yourself for a tearjerker:  A tale of friendship and loyalty in a small, football-crazed Texas town shows how quickly things can change when tragedy challenges all that the characters hold dear.  [A] page-turner.” — InStyle

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A now famous novel by Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird, was first published in 1960. The book won the 1961 Pulitzer Prize immediately, becoming a classical book of modern American literature and a bestseller, and was soon adapted into a film in 1962. Being one of only two books by Harper Lee, it brought her instant fame.

The book is written in the genre of American (Southern) Gothic and Bildungsroman, dealing first of all with the themes of racial inequality, injustice, racial and social prejudice, as well as innocence destroyed by harsh realities of life, courage, sympathy, compassion and tolerance.

The historical period when the book was written and published saw the most important and controversial social change in the US South since the Civil War, which was the attempt to change the position of black people in the traditional Southern American society. In spite of the book’s setting taking place in the mid-1930s, the views expressed in it are inspired by the situation in the 1950s.

“Giffin scores again by bringing her discerning understanding of matters of the heart to The One & Only , in which Shea Rigsby must stop living her life on the sidelines.” — Family Circle

“Deep, beautifully written… as with many of her novels [Giffin’s] latest focuses on a forbidden love of sorts, but in a new setting:  a fictional small college town in Texas.” — Marie Claire

“Brace yourself for a tearjerker:  A tale of friendship and loyalty in a small, football-crazed Texas town shows how quickly things can change when tragedy challenges all that the characters hold dear.  [A] page-turner.” — InStyle

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One Day is a novel by David Nicholls , published in 2009. Each chapter covers the lives of two protagonists on 15 July, St. Swithin's Day , for 20 years. The novel attracted generally positive reviews and was named 2010 Galaxy Book of the Year . [1] Nicholls adapted his book into a screenplay; the feature film, also titled One Day , was released in August 2011.

Dexter and Emma spend the night together following their graduation from Edinburgh University , in 1988. They talk about how they will be once they are 40. While they do not become romantically involved completely, this is the beginning of their friendship. The novel visits their lives and their relationship on 15 July in successive years in each chapter, for 20 years.

Emma wants to improve the world, and begins writing and performing plays, which remain unsuccessful, while Dexter travels through the world, drinking and hooking up with women. Eventually both move to London, where Emma becomes a waitress in Kentish Town , at a Tex-Mex restaurant, while Dexter becomes a successful television presenter.


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