Gimme a Call
In Gimme a Call, Devi Banks drops her cell phone in a fountain. Crap. Now it can only make calls to one person — herself. At age 14. (For teen and YA readers)
One phone call changes everything...
Devi's life is a mess. She wasted three years going out with Bryan — blowing off her friends and barely studying. Now that Bryan has broken up with her, she has nothing left. Not even her cell phone. After she drops it in a fountain, it will only call one number. Her number. At age fourteen, three years ago.
Devi can't believe her luck. She can tell her younger self all the right things to do...because she's already done the wrong ones! If freshman Devi takes senior Devi's advice, they can hold onto their friends, get into a good — no, incredible — college, and most importantly, spare themselves the heartbreak of Bryan.
Except younger Devi isn't so sure. She likes Bryan. A lot. But who better to listen to than your future self...right?
Praise for Gimme a Call
"Mlynowski is in peak form: an outrageous concept, plot jammed with twists, a laugh on every page, and a heroine — no, two heroines in one! — you completely connect with." —E. Lockhart, author of the Boyfriend List and We Were Liars
"A perfect beach book." —ReadingRants.org
"Mlynowski fans will not be disappointed with this blend of chick lit, light fantasy, and comedic mishaps." —School Library Journal
"A warm, wonderful (and hilarious!) story about learning to be your own hero. I ♥ this book like crazy!!" —Lauren Myracle, New York Times bestselling author of TTYL and Twelve
"I'd use up all my peak minutes, pay overtime charges and forgo texting for a month if it meant I could have just one more chapter of Gimme a Call. Sarah Mlynowski surprises and delights yet again with characters that leap off the page and make you think about love, life, and the perils of spending too much time on your cellphone. This is a must read!" —Jen Calonita, author of Secrets of my Hollywood Life and Sleepaway Girls
"Answers the age-old question — if you knew then, what you know now, would you call your younger self on a cell phone? Read this fast-paced, absorbing, and sweet story to find out what happens when senior-year wisdom meets starry-eyed freshman dreams!" —Melissa de la Cruz, New York Times bestselling author of Blue Bloods, Au Pairs, and the Ashleys