By Rainbow Rowell
#1 New York Times bestselling writer! A New York Times most sensible vendor! Goodreads selection Award Winner for top Fiction of 2014! An Indie subsequent Pick!
IF you were given A moment probability AT LOVE,
WOULD you're making a similar CALL?
As a ways as time machines cross, a magic mobile is lovely useless.
TV author Georgie McCool cannot really stopover at the previous -- all she will be able to do is name it, and wish it alternatives up.
And desire he selections up.
Because as soon as Georgie realizes she has a magic cell that calls into the prior, all she desires to do is make issues correct together with her husband, Neal.
Maybe she will repair the issues of their earlier that appear unfixable within the current. might be this silly telephone is giving her an opportunity to begin over ...
Does Georgie want to begin over?
From Rainbow Rowell, the New York Times bestselling writer of Eleanor & Park and Fangirl, comes this heart-wrenching - and hilarious - tackle destiny, time, tv and precise love.
Landline asks if individuals are ever really at the similar direction, or no matter if love simply ability discovering an individual who will hold assembly you midway, irrespective of the place you finish up.
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In, out. “You’re doing nice, Mom,” the anesthesiologist hummed. Georgie knew she was once mendacity. Neal’s eyes have been pouring fireplace on her. If he continually checked out Georgie like this, it’d be uncomfortable. If he consistently checked out her like this, might be she’d by no means glance away. yet she’d by no means doubt that he enjoyed her. How may she ever doubt that he enjoyed her? Neal was once announcing goodbye to her with that glance. He was once begging her to stick. He used to be telling her that she used to be doing simply fine—just preserve respiring, Georgie. How may well she ever doubt that he enjoyed her? whilst loving her was once what he did larger than all the pieces he did superbly. The anesthesiologist driven a plastic masks onto Georgie’s mouth. Georgie didn’t glance clear of Neal. * * * whilst she awakened, later that evening, in a restoration room, she learned that she hadn’t anticipated to. there has been a clinic bassinet pulled on the subject of her mattress, and Neal used to be asleep within the chair. bankruptcy 34 The airport had introduced out cots and laid them out within the hallway among gates. It appeared like a military box medical institution. Georgie didn’t believe like she may well sleep in entrance of strangers like that—or in any respect, this night. even though she needed she had a blanket. … If any of the airport shops have been open, she’d purchase one of many enormous blue and orange Broncos sweatshirts within the window monitors. humans have been napping round her, too, in chairs, and opposed to the wall. They slept with their heads on their handbags and their arms on their carry-ons. Like they have been fearful approximately pickpockets. Georgie wasn’t fearful approximately pickpockets; she had not anything to thieve. It has to be past due. Or early. Georgie’d misplaced music of time completely—she stored checking her useless cell out of behavior. The airport hadn’t dimmed the lighting, however it used to be nonetheless too darkish to learn and not using a ebook mild. The wind appeared to be pushing the darkness into the terminal. * * * there has been a lull within the typhoon. or even it was once simply death down—Georgie didn’t know the way blizzards have been imagined to finish. there has been a gate switch, then one other wait. Then she used to be boarding, simply half-conscious of which flight was once hers and the place it was once going. “Omaha? ” the flight attendant requested while Georgie stepped onto the airplane. “Omaha,” Georgie responded. The aircraft was once simply approximately fifteen rows lengthy, with simply seats throughout. She’d by no means been on a aircraft this small; she’d basically heard approximately planes this small after they crashed. Georgie puzzled if the pilots have been as drained as she was once. Why even trouble commencing, at this aspect? in the course of the evening? until the flight workforce used to be heading domestic, too. WEDNESDAY CHRISTMAS DAY, 2013 bankruptcy 35 The sunlight used to be emerging after they left Denver, and now Omaha was once a stunning white under them. Georgie gripped her armrests during the touchdown and stood up in her seat ahead of the seat belt mild went off. She’d performed it. She was once right here now. She was once shut. Alice. Noomi. Neal. The Omaha airport appeared deserted. The espresso store was once closed. And the little journal stand. consistently sooner than, while Georgie’d walked previous the safety checkpoint, Neal’s parents—or simply his mom—had been ready correct there, within the little row of chairs.