A Million Times Goodnight

A Million Times Goodnight A teen Sliding Doors One choice creates parallel dual narratives in this romantic contemporary mystery thriller perfect for fans of Just Like Fate and Pivot Point One Night Two Paths Infinite Danger O

  • Title: A Million Times Goodnight
  • Author: Kristina McBride
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  • Page: 135
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A teen Sliding Doors One choice creates parallel dual narratives in this romantic contemporary mystery thriller perfect for fans of Just Like Fate and Pivot Point.One Night Two Paths Infinite Danger.On the night of the big Spring Break party, Hadley borrows her boyfriend Ben s car without telling him As payback, he posts a naked picture of her online for the entire sA teen Sliding Doors One choice creates parallel dual narratives in this romantic contemporary mystery thriller perfect for fans of Just Like Fate and Pivot Point.One Night Two Paths Infinite Danger.On the night of the big Spring Break party, Hadley borrows her boyfriend Ben s car without telling him As payback, he posts a naked picture of her online for the entire senior class to see Now Hadley has a choice go back to the party and force Ben to delete the picture or raise the stakes and take his beloved car on a road trip as far away from their hometown of Oak Grove, Ohio, as she can get.Chapters alternate to reveal each possible future as Hadley, her ex boyfriend, Josh, and her best friends embark on a night of reckless adventure where old feelings are rekindled, friendships are tested, and secrets are uncovered that are so much worse than a scandalous photo.

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    • Kristina McBride

      Kristina McBride has published four novels for young adults THE TENSION OF OPPOSITES, ONE MOMENT, A MILLION TIMES GOODNIGHT, and THE BAKERSVILLE DOZEN Kristina is a former high school English teacher and yearbook advisor, as well as an adjunct professor at Antioch University Midwest and Wright State University Kristina has a thing for music, trees, purses, and chocolate You might be surprised to learn that Kristina was almost kidnapped when she was a child She also bookstalks people on a regular basis Kristina lives in Ohio with her husband and two young children You can learn at kristinamcbride.



    103 thoughts on “A Million Times Goodnight

    • 3.5+ Stars!Mysterious, thought-provoking, and romantic!A Million Times Goodnight is a young adult novel that reminds us that every choice has a consequence and sometimes those consequences have far-reaching ramifications.The characters are young, fearless, and at times irresponsible. The writing style is unique and delves into the idea of parallel universes by utilizing alternating chapters to present the different "what if" scenarios. And the plot is a fast-paced, twisty thrill ride full of ad [...]


    • (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Egmont USA, and NetGalley.)“We’re with you, Hadley,” Mia said. “No matter what.”This was an okay story, but I found it confusing and slow.Hadley came across as quite determined in this story, but she also did some really stupid things. Stealing your boyfriend’s car is never a good idea, no matter how many naked pictures of you he’s posted on facebook.“You are going to get in my car and d [...]


    • A Million Times Goodnight is one of those reads that is hard to review, simply because it is hard to describe. At times, hard to tell if it was a great read, a hard read, or maybe even an indifferent read. If you have ever watched the movie Sliding Doors with Gwenyth Paltrow then you might have a feel for this read in the aspect of parallel universes and the what ifs'.Throw in a mystery, a death, and one wild night (instead of days of events) and in a nut shell, you have this book.I think what m [...]


    • • My review of this book is on my YouTube Channel here: A Million Times Goodnight by Kristina McBride + GIVEAWAY


    • You can also find this review on my blog Seamless Reader.*I received an e-Arc of this book from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*I'm not really sure how to rate or even begin to talk about this book. I really liked it, that's for sure. I did have some minor problems with it, but nothing that I couldn't handle. I, personally, have never read a book quite like this one. This book is written in a very peculiar and distinctive way. It is told from the main character's [...]


    • DNF at 56%I was pretty excited about this book. I loved the premise and was hoping for some excellent mindfuckery. Hadley wasn't the best character. She's impulsive which isn't bad, but she comes across as shallow and really self-centered. I didn't care for her BFFs or boyfriend either. The only seemingly redeeming character was Josh. Of course there's a girl's death/maybe murder and a huge secret revolving around that event. My main problem was how it was revealed. It wasn't until about 40% i [...]


    • I loved how intricate the plot was, and the gradual revelation of all the secrets (and there are lots). The odometer reading at the beginning of each chapter was a great way to distinguish timelines. Favorite line: "My feelings were nothing more than ripples from the past." (p. 135)I also liked that the action took place in a 24-hour period. It kept thing tense and moving fast. And all the minor characters had a role to play. Satisfying and unexpected ending-- I liked not knowing exactly how it [...]


    • (I received a copy from Netgalley, In exchange for an honest review.)Hadley was an okay character, and I understood why she was so determined to get the revealing pictures of her off the internet. I did think she went about it the wrong way at times though.This wasn't an awful read, but it didn't hold my attention well. The story felt quite jumpy, so I found it hard to concentrate on at points.Overall, An okay read.


    • Maybe 2.5 stars but that would be generous. I really struggled with this one. A review might come. We'll see.


    • I was provided an ARC of A Million Times Goodnight in exchange for an honest review. I had the privilege, like I’ve said before, of taking a writing class from Kristina McBride, and it was such an amazing experience. Let’s get this review started!A Million Times Goodnight starts with three best friends—Hadley, Brooklyn, and Mia—visiting a spot where their late best friend, Penny Rawlins, loved to go: The Witches’ Tower.“’That’s exactly why we’re out here.’ Strands of hair whi [...]


    • 3.5 stars (Like it a lot) I wanted to read A Million Times Goodnight because I love the concept of parallel universe or alternate stories based on the effects of one choice versus another. I loved Pivot Point as well, so the comparison there also helped.Hadley, our main character, starts out the story with two of her friends, they've borrowed her boyfriend's car to go to a place where a girl they were friends with died a year ago. And I use the term borrowed lightly, because as we find out he is [...]


    • Received this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book. It is my true opinion only.This book had the potential to be something good. I, however, got bored about 25% through the story.I didn't like any of the characters.At times I got confused.And this frustrates me as I normally love parallel lives books like Pivot Point.Unfortunately this book wasn't for me, but it may be for you.


    • Thank you to Sky Pony Press for a couple of this book in exchange for a fair review.Hadley borrows her boyfriend's car on the night of the one year anniversary of her best friend's death. He then posts a naked picture of her on Facebook, and when Hadley runs up into the tower to think, she runs into her ex-boyfriend Josh. She then invites him to go to the party with her and as they are leaving an accident almost occurs and the path diverges. In one path Hadley, Brooklyn, Josh and Mia all head to [...]


    • DNF at 48%I’ve started this book three times, the first two times I gave up around 10-15% and this time I made it all the way to 48% before I just couldnt take it anymore.This book was so hard to start because I didn’t really like any of the characters. Hadley made me really mad at times, she is very self-centred and shallow. Her and her friends do a lot of stupid things and make really dumb decisions that I could just not understand. I thought the way the author wrote the book was very crea [...]



    • ***This review has also been posted on Addicted to YA Fiction so check it out for more reviews! :)Disclaimer: This ARC was provided by Egmont USA via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. **This is a DNF review of A Million Times GoodnightI was expecting something dark and edgy and this book did not deliver.Basically, Hadley borrows her boyfriend's car without telling him so he posts a naked picture of her on Facebook. Then Ben, the asshole boyfriend, calls her up and announces that he'll [...]


    • Have you seen the movie Sliding Doors? Did you like it? If so you will enjoy A Million Times Goodnight by Kristina McBride. Hadley and her boyfriend Ben are the quintessential cute high school couple. Until Hadley borrows Ben's car and he posts nude shots of her online. There is where our tale really opens up. Hadley can return the car and confront Ben or she can keep going and take an epic road trip. Well, she does both. Told in alternating chapters, each version of the story is fleshed out. Kr [...]


    • This book was definitely different due to the fact there were two scenarios going on. In one scenario, Hadley "borrows" her boyfriend's BMW. He puts up a semi nude picture of her on FB and demands the car back. She decides to really show him and goes on a road trip. In the other scenario, Hadley borrows the car and brings it back to the party they were at, only something is missing from the car. Sometimes this got a little confusing for me because I would forget which scenario was what while I w [...]


    • Overall I enjoyed this book. I love the movie Sliding Doors and the idea of this was fun. I had an advanced copy so the final might be different, but it took me a bit to figure out which timeline was which. I don't know if the chapter headings in the final copy are clearer or more distinguished, or maybe I just didn't pay much attention early on. The story kept me hooked, and trying to figure out which timeline was the real one. In the end, that wasn't really how it worked, but I still enjoyed b [...]


    • Read the digital version and loved it! I simply love Kristina’s writing and character development. Now that I see it’s going to be available in hardcover with a beautiful image I simply have to snap one up for my collection.


    • This reminded me of the Pivot Point duology by Kasie West which I absolutely loved. I also really enjoyed The Bakersville Dozen by the same author - and I liked that book so much I was inspired to read all of Kristina McBride’s books. Anyway, this story has two parallel storylines following two potential outcomes to an event. The book is linear at first and the switches to the dual viewpoints a few chapters in. When it first happened, I had to flip back to the prior chapter because I was reall [...]


    • So I really don't read contemporary, but I met Kristina at a bookstore event where we were doing an author panel together, and her description of this book hooked me. It was so freaking cool! I seriously loved how we find out little details from each storyline that coincide with the big picture. Pieces of information that pull everything together, even though the characters don't realize it. And I loved the ending. It couldn't have been more perfect for this story.I'm so glad I picked this up, a [...]


    • This book is definitely written for a young adult (I'm 32). We purchased the book because the author was my husbands english teacher. While it may be a young adult book, I found myself wanting to know more about what was happening. She did a great job of making sure the reader didn't know what was going to happen next and it added a whole new dimension to the story. It is a quick read (I read 100 pgs in about an hour and a half) but well worth the time spent. I loved reading about places that I [...]


    • As a reader and editor of YA books, I was impressed by this author, a first for me. The premise of two diverging story line "paths" had me skeptical at first, but was well done. In a less skilled author, I doubt it would have worked. (No more on that - no spoilers!) Very true to traditional YA specs, but a bit more mature and nuanced than the usual. Looking forward to reading more of her work.


    • 3 reasons this book is great1. the friendships are loving & supportive & hilarious 2. heartbreaking but relevant topics are addressed & resolved as they should be 3. parallel universes existRecommend for anyone who enjoyed The Female of the Species, or Exit, Pursued by a Bear



    • On the year anniversary of her best friend’s death, Hadley “borrows” her boyfriend’s car to go visit her memorial. As punishment for taking his car, her boyfriend Ben posts a naked picture of her on Facebook. A picture Hadley did not know existed and has no memory of when it happened. Hadley has a choice to make: to go back to the party and confront her now ex-boyfriend or to take his car and just keep driving.This was a very original, albeit pretty dark, teen fiction story. I was intrig [...]


    • The last book that I read by McBride stayed with me for days, I want to say even weeks. The characters, the story line, everything about that book broke my heart and I just couldn’t move on. I didn’t love the book but it was compelling and interesting, that I couldn’t put it down. When I found out that she was coming out with another book, I knew that I was going to read it. How could I not? So when I finally picked this one up for review and opened the book to start, I was disappointed th [...]


    • Did you see the Gwyneth Paltrow movie Sliding Doors? If so, then you totally understand where this book is going. If not, then you might be a bit confused.Hadley has been dating Ben, the popular jock heartthrob, for a while, but theirs is hardly a happy relationship. On the night of a big spring party, the two have a little tiff, after which Hadley "borrows" Ben's car.This much can be agreed upon.Two different versions of what happens afterwards result, however, and each is in Hadley's mind. Is [...]


    • Check out more reviews at Little Miss Bookmark!This one was a doozy. And not in a good way. But not in a bad way either. It could go either way. Kinda like this story line. I just finished reading this last night and I really can't make heads or tales of this book. I'm not even totally sure of my rating. I'm not sure of anything pertaining to A Million Times Goodnight. Since I don't know where to start with my review at this point, I'm just going to dive right in. This book starts off as one sto [...]


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