What advice would you give the younger you...and would you listen?
As far as time machines go, a magic telephone is pretty useless. TV writer Georgie McCool can't actually visit the past; all she can do is call it, and hope it picks up. Is she going crazy or is this a chance to make things right with her husband, Neal?
Maybe she can fix the things in their past that seem unfixable in the present. Maybe this stupid phone is giving her a chance to start over...if that's what she wants...
A heart-wrenching - and hilarious - take on fate, time, television and true love, Landline
asks if two people are ever really on the same path, or whether love just means finding someone who will keep meeting you halfway.
A beautiful, haunting love story ... ELEANOR & PARK reminded me not just what it's like to be young and in love with a girl, but also what it's like to be young and in love with a book - NEW YORK TIMES
Cracking, laugh-out-loud dialogue, characters that feel painfully real, and a sweet premise
Witty, original and easy to relate to, ATTACHMENTS is an absolute pleasure - HEAT
Rowell's writing is like a snug blanket you want to wear for days. - Cosmopolitan
Rainbow Rowell writes books about people who talk a lot. And people who feel like they're screwing up. And people who fall in love. They include ATTACHMENTS, ELEANOR & PARK and LANDLINE. She lives in Nebraska with her husband and two sons.