After she drops it in a fountain, it will only call one number. and forgo texting for a month if it meant I could have just one more chapter of Gimme a Call. Sarah. Who better to take advice from than your future self? This hilarious novel from the author of Ten Things We Did (And Probably Shouldn’t Have), Don’t. Teens who long to fix past mistakes can do so vicariously in Mlynowski’s (the Magic in Manhattan series) farcical fantasy. After retrieving her.

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This book gets five stars from me for many reasons. Senior Devi realizes that this is her chance, to fix things. So now Devi is awaiting a future in a mediocre yimme totally alone.

Especially given how crucial those high school years; they’re really the springboard to adulthood and the rest of your life for most people. A new life is just a phone call away! I also liked the message about how important a balance life is that Gimme a Call imparted with the readership.

A new life is just a phone call away! Apr 27, Minutes Young Adult. She can tell herself all the right things to do. Her parents come together and apart and sometimes she’s with Bryan again and other times she isn’t.

This is one thing I just love about books in general. Goodreads helps you keep track of books mmlynowski want to read.

Gimme a Call by Sarah Mlynowski

While she’s at it, freshman Devi can even solve a few problems for some friends — steering one friend away from the gymnastics team that led to years of disordered eating and keeping another friend from starting a relationship with a guy that would end in disaster. Highly recommend this book to my fellow avid readers that are ready for a light, fun, engaging book that pushes the boundaries on reality, but delivers some valuable lessons. Oct 20, Andrea Samar rated it really liked it. It’s senior skip day and Devi is spending mmlynowski at the mall alone.


She has alienated her friends and her family, everyone around her, all to spend more time with Bryan. Sometimes they were good like a better prom dress! She wasted three gimne going out with Bryan—cute, adorable, break-your-heart Bryan. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. She needs to just figure out how to get things back to the way they used to be.

It didn’t change my life or anything, but it definitely for me in a better mood. It keeps calling the same number over and over: I had only picked this book up because I was stressed about school and I’ve been going through a lot lately and I just needed to take some stress off my chest, which this book did quite well. These two versions of Devi were so different in the beginning and, by the end, they are still different, but you can see traces of the older version of Devi in her younger self.

Read this fast-paced, absorbing, and sweet story to find out what happens when senior-year wisdom meets starry-eyed freshman dreams!


Apr 27, Minutes Young Adult Buy. Who better to take advice from than your future self? Sarha te vas acostumbrando.


Maybe then she wouldn’t be in so much pain right now.

Wow this book was so good!! But senior Devi soon learns that every small instruction to her freshman self completely alterates the future in unexpected and often unexplainable ways, leaving Devi to wonder if it’s even worth it to try and rewrite the past. May 24, Pages Young Adult Buy. I smiled and giggled and my heart even broke a little at times. Sarah Mylnowski is a great writer, gimne every sentence leads to the next and I was always smiling at something I read.

It also highlighted the way that some couples seem to burn all their bridges once they get together, and how balance is the key to a relationship. They were both great in an accident waiting to happen cwll of way. As she dries off her phone and starts pressing the buttons hoping it still works, she finds she can call only one number… her own.

Devi told herself to join a whole bunch mlyjowski clubs and study a word each day mpynowski SATs. Devi, as a freshman, is skeptical when she receives her first phone call from Devi, as a senior. It brought back high school memories and made me think about what I would have changed in my senior year based on my decisions I made as a freshman.

It was witty and a bit thrilling at exciting parts. Now it only calls one number.