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You'd Be Home Now (MP3)
Written by:
Kathleen Glasgow 
Read by:
Julia Knippen 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
12 hours 11 minutes 
MP3 size:
540 MB 
September 01 2022 
Available Date:
September 01 2022 
Age Category:
Young Adult (13+) 
Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; General Fiction; Young Adult Fiction 
Bolinda/HarperCollins audio 
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NZD$ 44.95
NZD$ 44.95

New York Times bestselling author

From the New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces comes a stunning story about a teenaged girl who struggles to find herself amidst the fallout of her brother's addiction in a town ravaged by the opioid crisis.

Emmy is the good one. Not strong-willed like her beautiful older sister, Maddie, and not difficult like her brother, Joey. She takes up as little space as possible. When Joey returns from rehab, her parents ask her to act as his guardian. She’s also expected to keep on top of her grades and hold everything together after the tragic events of that summer. The only person who makes her feel seen is her secret lover, Gage, but no one can find out about that … How long can Emmy keep up her careful balancing act before it topples?

'As beautiful as it is raw, You’d Be Home Now is an unflinching tale of addiction. Vivid with fear and resplendent with truth, Kathleen Glasgow’s stories will always break your heart, but so too will they give you the hope to rebuild it.'
Amy Beashel, author of The Sky is Mine

'Raw, honest, and over-flowing with feelings, You’d Be Home Now does the real work of healing and acceptance unlike anything I’ve ever experienced on the page.'
Erin Hahn, author of You’d Be Mine

'Emory and Joey’s story as devoted sister and brother will tear you apart and put you back together again.'
Hayley Krischer, author of Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf

'I absolutely loved it. An insightful and powerful story about the impact of addiction on young people and their families, filled with gut-wrenching emotion and hope.'
Anna Day, author of The Fandom