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Gone, Gone, Gone

Gone, Gone, Gone

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by Hannah Moskowitz

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In the wake of the post-9/11 sniper shootings, fragile love finds a stronghold in this intense, romantic novel from the author of Break and Invincible Summer.

It's a year after 9/11. Sniper shootings throughout the D.C. area have everyone on edge and trying to make sense of these random acts of violence. Meanwhile, Craig and Lio are just

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Gone, Gone, Gone 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
NikGodwin More than 1 year ago
Really loved this one. It's probably time for a re-read. I loved the vibe of falling in love during a tragedy, but like all of Hannah Moskowitz's books, there was almost too much tragedy. Her books have a tendency to have a LOT of tragic/dramatic elements, and at times, it feels like a bit much. I really loved this one. It's just not quite 5* for me. But if you want intensity and a great LGBT romance with diverse characters and an interracial relationship, this one is it.
Heidi_G More than 1 year ago
In this sometimes sweet, sometimes nerve-wracking novel, Moskowitz takes the reader back to the time of the Beltway snipers, reliving (for adult readers) the terror of not knowing who would be shot next.  But the story is more about the budding relationship of Craig and Lio.  Craig, whose previous boyfriend is institutionalized after his dad's death on 9/11, who can't say no to a stray animal, who seems a bit whiney but you can't help feel for as he frantically searches for his animals.  Lio, a two-time survivor--of cancer and as the one twin in his family who is still liviing. Each chapter alternates between the voices of the two protagonists.  I can see this as popular for both teen boys as girls, as Craig and Lio have that push-pull of most relationships, coming together, pushing each other away, finding their way back to each other.   There is quite a bit of language which makes the book most appropriate for older teens (ages 13+).
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great storyline, plot, and ending. it was a book that was made for me! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I give it 5/5