one last stop


From the New York Times top of the line writer of Red, White and Royal Blue comes another rom-com that will leave perusers speechless... 

"Marvelous, other common, brilliant, swoony, insightful, entertaining - all things considered, precisely what you'd anticipate from Casey McQuiston!" - Jasmine Guillory, New York Times top of the line creator of The Proposal and Party for Two 

For critical 23 year-old August, moving to New York City should demonstrate her right: that things like enchantment and true to life romantic tales don't exist, and the solitary savvy approach to carry on with life is separated from everyone else. She can't envision how tending to tables at a 24-hour hotcake cafe and moving in with such a large number of bizarre flat mates might actually change that. What's more, there's surely zero chance of her metro drive being anything over a day by day walk through fatigue and electrical disappointments. 

However, at that point, there's this ravishing young lady on the train. 

Jane. Stunning, beguiling, strange, incomprehensible Jane. Jane with her unpleasant edges and swoopy hair and delicate grin, appearing in a calfskin coat to save August's day when she required it most. August's tram smash turns into the most awesome aspect of her day, however quite soon, she finds there's one major issue: Jane doesn't simply resemble an outdated underground rocker. She's in a real sense uprooted on schedule from the 1970s, and August must utilize all that she attempted to leave in her own past to help her. Perhaps it's an ideal opportunity to begin having faith in certain things, all things considered. 

Casey McQuiston's One Last Stop is an enchanted, hot, huge hearted sentiment where the outlandish gets conceivable as August gives it her best shot to save the young lady lost on schedule. 

"An astonishing sentiment, loaded up with a lot of humor and heart." - Time Magazine, "The 21 Most Anticipated Books of 2021"


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