Synopses & Reviews
Now I Know
is all at once a compelling meditation on faith and religionand the difference between the twoand an intense love story.
When a body is found hanging from a crane in a scrapyard, Tom sets out to investigate this strange case. Nik embarks on a research mission for a film about a contemporary life of Jesus. Then theres Julie, a girl bandaged from head to toe and laid up in a hospital bed.
These three simultaneous plots presented through a combination of letters, prose, poetry, jotted notes, flashbacks, and puzzlesare woven together into a provocative novel of mystery and self-discovery.
Like the other books in The Dance Sequence, Now I Know can be read alone or as part of the series.
Presented through a combination of letters, prose, poetry, jotted notes, flashbacks, and puzzles, this provocative novel of mystery and self-discovery is an intensely personal chronicle of two teenagers' struggle to understand the differences between faith, belief, and organized religion, as well as their love for one another.
About the Author
Aidan Chambers is the author of the highly acclaimed Dance Sequence of young-adult novels: Breatktime, Dance on My Grave, Now I Know, The Toll Bridge, Postcards from No Mans Land, and This Is All: The Pillow Book of Cordelia Kenn. Aidan won the Michael L. Printz Award and the Carnegie Medal for Postcards from No Mans Land, and was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Award, childrens literatures highest honor, for his body of work. Hes only the second British writer to win it. He lives in the west of England with his American wife, Nancy.