Pub Date 07 Jun 2018
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What if your entire life passed by in just seven days?
16-year-old Delaney Archer’s mother is always complaining that there’s never enough time to get anything done.
Delaney, on the other hand, always waits until the last moment to do everything.
Nevertheless, she’s the top student in her class. She’s even about to graduate as valedictorian . . .
. . . Until one morning, when she wakes up in a strange place.
Suddenly, she finds herself in graduate school. Seven years of her life have disappeared without a trace since she went to bed last night . . . but how?
It takes a while for Delaney to get used to things. But it’s not all bad, right? After all, she can drink alcohol now, and she’s almost finished school . . .
Then she wakes up the next day . . . and another seven years have passed.
Every day is another brand-new adventure for Delaney as she struggles to adjust. But no matter what she tries, she just can’t seem to break the cycle.
Now she just has to figure out what’s happening . . . before time runs out . . .