But Then I Came Back
By Estelle Laure
A stunning new voice to rival John Green and Rainbow Rowell
Estelle Laure is a bright new talent with a gorgeous voice - perfect for fans of John Green and Rainbow Rowell.
Eden has always let her head lead the way. It's why she excels at ballet, at school, and at life in general. But when she nearly drowns and then wakes from a month-long coma, everything is different. She's troubled by dreams that seem more real than waking life, and her neat cookie-cutter existence is no longer satisfying.
Unable to stifle her passionate heart anymore, she finds herself drawn to a boy with melting-chocolate eyes, and to a future different to what she ever imagined.
That's when Eden discovers that when it comes to love, first you fall, then you have to leap.
Estelle Laure's debut, This Raging Light, was a stunning debut with an unforgettable voice that has captured the hearts of readers around the world.
Estelle Laure believes in love, magic, and the power of facing hard truths. She has a BA in Theatre Arts and an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts in Writing for Children and Young Adults, and lives in Taos, New Mexico, with her two children.
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06 Apr 2017
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Poignant and magical, But Then I Came Back is about an ordinary girl telling an extraordinary story. [...] Now is the time to discuss Estelle Laure; one of the newest and most distinct voices in YA fiction. — Read by Jess
It is heartening to see such a variety and complexity of issues discussed within the confines of the young adult genre and it proves that any age and every reader can benefit from an exploration of this book. — United by Pop
A strong message about finding things to keep you going when you are having a really hard time. — Naomi Simpson, teen reviewer, Teen Titles
An original plot, and I'd recommend it. — Amber Oag, teen reviewer, Teen Titles