Last summer, I reviewed Suzanne Sutherland‘s debut YA novel, When We Were Good, here on YABookShelf.com, and I kind of loved it. You may have read the review already (or if you haven’t yet, you still can), and if you’re at all interested in Canadian YA, novels about suicide or suicidal ideation, LGBT teens, or the city of Toronto and its history, then I suggest you pick up the book. It’s the kind of book that will stick with you long after you’ve reached the ending and offers a realistic, not-wrapped-up-in-a-pretty-bow conclusion that nevertheless leaves the reader with a feeling of hope. What more can you ask for in teen lit?
Sound good? Then if you’re either a Canadian or US resident, get ready to do your happy dance now because I just so happen to have an extra copy lying around my apartment, and I want to give you the chance to win When We Were Good to read, love, and cherish on your exploding bookshelves (hmm…maybe the title of this blog post gave it away..oops).
Use out the Rafflecopter form below to enter between now and January 25, 2014 at midnight, and most importantly, good luck!