Words in Deep Blue

Crowley, C. (2017). Words in Deep Blue. NY: Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers .

Heartbreaking but beautiful, . Two best friends, Henry and Rachel were inseparable childhood friends. Now as teens, Rachel is in love with Henry even when Henry becomes31952703 obsessed with Amy, the pretty, new girl at their school. Rachel’s life is in an up swirl because her family is moving away, and she decides to confess her love to Henry, so she writes Henry a love letter and leaves it in his favourite book. The letter asks Henry to meet her, only Henry never shows up. Wrecked, Rachel decides to push it all behind her. Three years later, Rachel returns to her home town after her younger brother whom she adored has drowned, only everything feels different. She and Henry haven not spoken in years, but as fate has it, she finds herself and Henry together again and they may be given a second chance of love.

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One thought on “Words in Deep Blue

  1. For once I haven’t read this one 🙂
    In fact, I lie. You’ve reviewed books that I read afterwards, intrigued by your review.
    I’m pretty sure I will love this one with its mix of sadness, grief and romance.
    Thank you!
    P.S. The book cover is really great too!

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