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Book Review: All These Things I’ve Done by Gabrielle Zevin
Reader Reviews Click here and be the first to review this book! Gabrielle Zevin has published six adult and young adult novels, including Elsewhere, an American Library Association Notable Children's Book, which has been translated in over twenty languages.
She lives in Los Angeles.
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A vivid novel about the intense rivalry between iconic fashion designers Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli. But after a terrible misjudgment leaves Anya fighting for her life, she is forced to reckon with her choices and to let people help her for the first time in her life. It will make you remember why you loved her writing in the first place. Could you help me? Thank you! Lovely to hear from a French reader.
I can not wait.. I believe it will come out sometime in , though I am not sure if a date has been set yet! I was late delivering the third book, which throws the schedule of the German publisher a bit. Thanks very much for reading!
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I read it in about a week. Are you planning on writing a fourth book because I really want to know what happens between Win and Anya. I want to know what happens to Natty, too.
The third book was so great. With every that happened with Leo. I cried while reading these books.
Thank you for writing them!! The books might reach my shore in ! Is there any way I could get the books from you directly? Many thanks for taking time to read my little rant, kindest regards N. This series has broken my heart and mended it again, many time over. Sign up for our newsletters! Gabrielle Zevin is both versatile and talented.
The book is set in a futuristic dystopian New York City in the year Chocolate and caffeine are both illegal although anyone can have alcohol, even teenagers water and paper are rationed, and crime and poverty are the norms. Even the familiar landscapes of New York from Central Park to the Statue of Liberty to the Metropolitan Museum of Art are run down, unrecognizable and even dangerous.
As readers, though, we don't really know what catastrophe or series of events have led to this dire state of affairs a choice on Zevin's part that makes the whole atmosphere, especially her characters' matter-of-fact attitude toward their world even more unsettling. At the center of the novel is year-old Anya Balanchine, daughter of Leonyd Balanchine, formerly the most notorious mafiya boss in the United States. The head of Balanchine Chocolate Company, Leonyd also oversaw the country's most notorious crime family, until his murder several years earlier while Anya and her younger sister Natty were in the room.