The Seven Year Slip By Ashley Poston
Closing the book on October…
We are fully into fall (and I love it so much!), and didn’t this book just feel perfect for October? It was such a warm love story full of magic and wonder, but also didn’t shy away from grief in its tender-hearted forms. I’m so excited to hear what you thought of The Seven Year Slip by Ashley Poston!
About The Author
About The Author
Ashley Poston is the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of The Dead Romantics. After graduating from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s in English, she spent the last decade working in the publishing industry before deciding to pursue writing full-time. She bides her time between South Carolina and New York, and all the bookstores between.
More about the author and her books here!
The Seven Year Slip was full of so many lovable quotes, here are a few we underlined…
“Nothing lasts forever. Not the good things, not the bad. So just find what makes you happy, and do it for as long as you can.”
“Love was an invitation into the wild unknown, one step at a time together.”
“Isn’t it strange how the world works sometimes? It’s never a matter of time, but a matter of timing.”
“There was something just so reassuring about books. They had beginnings and middles and ends, and if you didn’t like a part, you could skip to the next chapter. If someone died, you could stop on the last page before, and they’d live on forever. Happy endings were definite, evils defeated, and the good lasted forever.”
Did you have a favorite quote from the book?
The Seven Year Slip Discussion Questions
I really loved that this story was full of charm, mystery, and romance! Below are a few questions I was thinking about when reading… feel free to answer in the comments below, over on the Ashley Brooke Book Club Instagram or with your IRL bookish friends.
1. I loved the magical element in this story! Especially between Clementine and Iwan. What did you think of the time travel mystery?
2. The apartment can only travel seven years into the future or past. Which direction would you travel… future or past?
3. If you had a plane ticket to anywhere in the world, where would you go? And where do you think Clementine went?
What To Read Next
For similar-vibe books about love and loss, sprinkled with just a little bit of magic, may we suggest: Other Birds by Sarah Addison Allen, The Magic of Lemon Drop Pie by Rachel Linden, and The Dead Romantics also by Ashley Poston.
See you next month! xx