There's a new Love in the Old World
Love Bukowski is finally in London! Her term abroad at the London Academy of Drama and Music promises to be anything but average. After leaving Hadley Hall-as well as her dad, who's got a new girlfriend, and her beloved aunt Mable, who is fighting serious health issues-Love faces a new set of challenges across the pond: voice lessons, keeping up with Arabella and her new friends, and falling for a Brit who is completely off limits. Will Love turn around and retreat to the world she's left behind? Or choose to dig deeper into all that London, and love, have to offer?
“Often funny, sometimes wise, a good read.” —Kirkus Reviews on The Principles of Love
“Funny and poignant.” —Elle Girl
“Love Bukowski is the perfect teen heroine, the girl you wish had been your best friend in high school. Love tells all in a voice that is alternately funny and heartwrenching.” —Sarah Dessen, bestselling author of Just Listen
Emily Franklin is the author of Liner Notes and a story collection, The Girls' Almanac. She is also the author or coauthor of over a dozen young adult books including The Half-Life of Planets (nominated for YALSA's Best Book of the Year) and Tessa Masterson Will Go to Prom (named to the 2013 Rainbow List). A former chef, she wrote the cookbook-memoir Too Many Cooks: Kitchen Adventures with 1 Mom, 4 Kids, and 102 Recipes to chronicle a year in the life of new foods, family meals, and heartache around the table. Her fiction and essays have appeared in the Boston Globe, Monkeybicycle, the Mississippi Review, Post Road Magazine, Carve Magazine, and Word Riot, as well as on National Public Radio, among others. Her recipes have been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, and on many food websites. She lives with her husband, four kids, and one-hundred-sixty-pound dog outside of Boston.
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