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“The story is incredibly compelling–an intriguing future with a classic tale of star-crossed lovers. Readers will be racing to find out the sequel's release date as soon as they finish the last page.” ―School Library Journal
“…romance fans will likely adore the star-crossed passionate romance, the heroic gestures, and the responsibility-be-damned happy ending that brings the protagonists back together.” ―BCCB
“The talented Zevin writes Anya and Win's high-wire romance as jolting for both the participants and readers.” ―Booklist, starred review
“…the achingly realistic romance between this latter-day Romeo and Juliet, told in Anya's earnest voice, will attract readers as surely as chocolate attracts…mobsters.” ―Horn Book Magazine
“In Gabrielle Zevin's All These Things I've Done, we fast-forward to 2083. Chocolate and coffee are contraband (can you imagine?!), paper and water are scarce, and New York is crawling with crime and poverty. But this is normal for sixteen-year-old Anya Balachine, daughter of the city's late crime boss. Until, that is, the chocolate her family manufactures accidentally poisons her ex and all fingers are pointed at her.” ―TeenVogue.com
“The love story's to die for, and the tangled web of relationships will keep readers intrigued to the last page.” ―Kirkus Reviews
“Offering the excitement of a crime drama and the allure of forbidden romance, this introduction to a reluctant Godfather-in-the making will pique the interest of dystopia-hungry readers.” ―Publishers Weekly
Gabrielle Zevin is the author of award-winning books for young adults including Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac and Elsewhere. Her books for adults include The Hole We're In and Margarettown. She was also the screenwriter for Conversations with Other Women, which received an Independent Spirit Award nomination. Of her writing, The New York Times Book Review said, "Zevin's touch is marvelously light even as she considers profundities." A dog lover and Harvard graduate, she lives in New York City.
This book was a good, fast read. The story begins by introducing Anya, a mob family daughter, and her two siblings. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Wannagetinmyvan
The plot is completely juvenile. The miseries left unexplained. The characters utterly unattractive and provincial. Terrible novel. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hui Feng
This was a page turner. I can't wait to read the next book! And the one after that. What will happen next?Published 4 months ago by ejsteinn
Anya Balanchine is one of the best example of what a real "strong female character" is. No, she isn't an expert swordsman or know crazy karate moves (although she does... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elizabeth @ so long and thanks for all the fish
Story: I fairly enjoyed the story line. In this novel, we follow Anya Balanchine, whose father happened to be the same Balanchine who used to run the chocolate company. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Krystianna Straley
I love Gabrielle Zevin and I've been waiting so long to start this new series. It finally came out as an ebook for a good deal so of course I had to get it to try it out. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kayla
A great book, picked it up from my libraries online and so glad I did. This book was a little bit of a love hate but in the end loved it so much I purchased the rest of the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Idiotic Meowserz
Not quite dystopian, not quite a YA read. As an adult found the story very compelling.Good for anyone who likes a gritty coming of age in the future of New York.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is more of a YA book, but I think would be enjoyed by all. I gave this book 5 stars because it is a fun and fast read. Read morePublished 11 months ago by DMCReads