17-year-old Sophia Wachowski has one week left in Tokyo. This shouldn't be a big deal; she's spent her life ping-ponging around the globe, so she's used to saying goodbye. But that doesn't mean she likes it. In fact, it's awful. Especially since her last 4 years at the Tokyo international school have been near-perfect. She's got a wild best friend, a gorgeous boyfriend to crush on, and a vibrant, electric city on her doorstep. Sophia's determined to enjoy every second of her last week in Japan - until Jamie Foster-Collins moves back to Tokyo and ruins everything. He left for boarding school in North Carolina 3 years ago, and as far as Sophia's concerned, he should have stayed there
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I read Seven Days of You in a day because it hooked me from the start - it was the perfect escapism. Cecilia Vinesse is an exciting voice added to the YA scene and I wouldn't hesitate to pick up any of her future books.
Queen of Contemporary||I could not put this down. I started it in the evening, I finished it in one sitting because I loved it so so much. Cecilia Vinesse is a really talented writer...
Lucy the Reader||Seven Days of You has everything you could possibly want from a YA contemporary, neatly wrapped in Vinesse's skillful writing. If you're in need of some escapism, I highly recommend this.
The Mile Long Bookshelf||This highly readable novel about finding home and discovering oneself will have fans of Stephanie Perkins's Anna and the French Kiss swooning
SLJ||Seven Days of You is a deliciously fizzy, neon-bright romance: a swoony tangle of past and future, love and friendship, and what exactly it means to be home
Katie Cotugno, New York Times bestselling author of 99 DAYS||YOU NEED THIS BOOK IN YOUR LIFE... [...] It's amazing and if you're looking for a book to really escape into, then this is for you.
Is this real life||As a writer myself, Seven Days Of You was one of those books that made me panic and go: how can I ever write something this good?! That's when you know you're reading something pretty damn special.
Read by Jess||A book that may need that box of tissues close to hand and yet a book to make you laugh. An expertly told, captivating story.
Armadillo||How hard am I crushing on Seven Days Of You? I'm crying, laughing, aching, and squealing all at once. I would live in this book if I could.||This dazzling and genuinely romantic story shows just how much your life can change in the course of a single week.
I tried as hard as I could not to think about Jamie. But that was impossible. It was like trying not to get a song stuck in your head. A song you (reluctantly) like. A song you (kind of, sort of) want to hear again. This feeling - this kind of, sort of liking feeling - was massively inconvenient.
'This dazzling and genuinely romantic story shows just how much your life can change in the course of a single week.' - Jennifer E. Smith, author of The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight
'How hard am I crushing on Seven Days of You? I'm crying, laughing, aching, and squealing all at once. I would live in this book if I could.' - Becky Albertalli, author of Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda