Published on August 13th, 2014 | by Hayley

The Absolute Value of -1

Ahh the book trailer, one of the best gifts the literary world has given us. See the trailer (above ^!) for Steve  Brezenoff’s The Absolute Value of -1. absolute

From Goodreads: The absolute value of any number, positive or negative, is its distance from zero: |-1| = 1

Noah, Lily, and Simon have been a trio forever. But as they enter high school, their relationships shift and their world starts to fall apart. Privately, each is dealing with a family crisis—divorce, abuse, and a parent’s illness. Yet as they try to escape the pain and reach out for the connections they once counted on, they slip—like soap in a shower. Noah’s got it bad for Lily, but he knows too well Lily sees only Simon. Simon is indifferent, suddenly inscrutable to his friends. All stand alone in their heartache and grief.

Click to read our review on Steve Brezenoff’s newest YA book Guy In Real Life.

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About the Author

Hayley Kelman is a writer, blogger and all around social media enthusiast living in Toronto. She currently acts as Social Media coordinator for the original, Canadian web series Ruby Skye P.I. (and loves every minute of it.)



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