Plot summary[ edit ] The novel begins on a seemingly normal day for the protagonist, popular year-old Samantha "Sam" Kingston. That night, she attends the party of Kent McFuller, an unpopular boy at their high school who used to be her best friend, but whom Sam now treats badly despite them both knowing he has feelings for her. Juliet runs out of the house. Sam is killed.
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Plot summary[ edit ] The novel begins on a seemingly normal day for the protagonist, popular year-old Samantha "Sam" Kingston. That night, she attends the party of Kent McFuller, an unpopular boy at their high school who used to be her best friend, but whom Sam now treats badly despite them both knowing he has feelings for her.
Juliet runs out of the house. Sam is killed. Sam wakes up and is confused to find that it is still February 12, and the day has magically restarted. She goes through the day in a confused fog, watching the same events repeat themselves.
Lindsay shrugs her off. They crash, and she dies. Sam wakes up on February 12 again and feigns an illness, showing up to school late. She does a lot of things differently, finding out things about various people she knows. They wake up in the middle of the night to news that Juliet committed suicide. When Elody and Ally worry aloud that it was partially their fault, Lindsay, who led the bullying efforts toward Juliet for years, shuts them down by being indifferent towards what happened.
Elody and Ally, disgusted, leave the basement to sleep upstairs. The next day, Sam is extremely angry. In calculus class, Sam brazenly flirts with her perverted math teacher Mr.
When Juliet enters the party that night, Sam, desperate for a distraction, leads a drunk Rob over to an empty bedroom with the intention of having sex. However, when they are both half-naked, Rob falls asleep because he is too drunk. It turns out Kent was standing there the whole time, and he comforts her and puts her to bed. She ditches school to spend the day at home with her eight-year-old sister Izzy, bonding with her. Defeated by the word "tomorrow" and understanding there will never be a tomorrow, Sam goes back to her table.
Sam chases after her and finds her standing by the highway. She tries to talk to Juliet, but Juliet is past the point of saving and runs out into the road. Juliet is struck and killed by the car that Lindsay is driving, with Elody and Ally also in the car.
The car veers off the road and into a tree. Ally and Lindsay are unhurt, but Elody, who was sitting shotgun in the seat Sam otherwise would have occupied, was killed. Sam realizes the "flash of white" she saw that night was Juliet running out in front of the car. Kent deals with the police and takes care of the situation, then escorts Sam back to the house, helps her warm up, puts her in dry clothes, and puts her to bed.
He replied that, when they were little, Sam defended him from a bully when he was crying because his grandfather had died. She feels his lips on hers but then she drops off to sleep and the day is lost. The next day, Sam is very happy, but in an effort to be a better person, she ends up accidentally wronging some rights. She sends dozens of flowers to Juliet from "her secret admirer", who interprets it as a taunt rather than a compliment. She has a long talk with Juliet in the bathroom before Juliet makes it to Lindsay, Ally, and Elody to insult them, but Sam fails to get through to her.
Juliet escapes into the woods, and Sam chases after her and manages to save her from an oncoming truck. Sam drives Lindsay home after the suicide, and upon dropping her off, talks with her about Juliet.
Lindsay seems defeated, and Sam realizes she is far less fearless than she portrays herself to be. Kent gives Sam a ride home, and they kiss for a few minutes when they arrive at her house. It feels right to Sam, much more right than it felt with Rob, whom Sam now finds kind of gross. Then she goes inside and falls asleep. The day resets. The seventh and last day, Sam wakes up and does everything right. Arriving early to class with Mr. Daimler, Sam calls him out for being a pervert before her classmates arrive.
When Juliet runs into the highway, Sam pushes her out of the way and is struck by a van in her stead. Sam lies on the ground, barely conscious and dying. Above her is Juliet, cradling her head, saying, :You saved me.
Why did you save me? The opposite. In , Awesomness TV came on board to the produce the film. In September , it was announced that Zoey Deutch had been cast as the lead. Later that same month, Scream Queens star Diego Boneta and actress Elena Kampouris were also announced as part of the cast.
Y lo es, hasta que esa noche muere en un terrible accidente. En este libro conoceremos la historia de Samantha Kingston. Los que van de ecologistas se mueven en bicicleta, usan ropa de lino y nunca se lavan la cabeza, como si creyeran que lo de llevar rastas sirve para reducir los gases del efecto invernadero. Para comenzar la portada es muy bonita, aunque es una cubre portada que guarda una cubierta muy parecida a la del libro anterior. En esta portada, podemos ver a Sam, nuestra protagonista. Creen que estoy callada por Rob. Evidentemente, se equivocan: estoy callada porque, desde que han dado las doce de la noche, el miedo ha vuelto a abrirse paso en mi interior y me ha ido llenando lentamente, como un reloj de arena.
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