Subway Love
Subway Love
Subway Love
Kate Rudd, Todd Haberkorn, Nora Raleigh Baskin
What if destiny leads you to your soul mate, but the laws of time conspire to keep you apart?If her parents had never divorced, Laura wouldn't have to live in the shadow of Bruce, her mom's unpredictable boyfriend. Her mom wouldn't say things like "Be groovy," and Laura wouldn't panic every weekend on the way to Dad's Manhattan apartment. But when Laura spots a boy on a facing platform, lifting a camera to his face, looking right at her, Laura feels anything but afraid, and she can't forget him. Jonas, meanwhile, thinks nonstop about the pretty hippie girl he glimpsed on the platform—trying to comprehend how she vanished, but mostly wondering whether he will see her again in a city of millions—and whether if he searches, he would have any chance of finding her. In a lyrical meditation on love, Nora Raleigh Baskin explores the soul's ability to connect, and heal, outside the bounds of time and reason.

Book Details


  • Fantasy
  • Fiction

Age Level: 

  • Mature Young Adult
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Subway Love is characterized by many "what if's". What if Laura's parents hadn't gotten divorced? What if Laura and her brother were late to meet their dad at the train station?

In a whirlwind, time-travel filled romance that explores spirituality and the complex nature of time, Laura and Jonas must compete against all odds and fall in love in the only space possible: a subway car. 

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