Not Now, Not Ever

Not Now, Not Ever

The sequel to The Only Thing Worse than Me Is You, inspired by The Importance of Being Earnest. Elliot Gabaroche is very clear on what she isn't going to do this summer. 1. She isn't going to stay home in Sacramento, where she'd have to sit through her stepmother's sixth community theater production of The Importance of Being Earnest. 2. She isn't going to mock trial camp at The sequel to The Only Thing Worse than Me Is You, inspired by The Importance of Being Earnest. Elliot Gabar...

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Title:Not Now, Not Ever
Author:Lily Anderson
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:1250142105
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

Not Now, Not Ever Reviews

  • Sherwood Smith
    Jun 17, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

  • Silvana [The Book Voyagers]
    May 15, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

    Not Now, Not Ever read at times like sort of a nerd Hunger Games, as a bunch of competitive, gifted kids compete for a college scholarship in the intense and hilarious way that only nerdy kids can. (As a former Academic Decathlon participant, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I know a ...

    I didn?t even read the synopsis for this book. Between that cover and Lily?s name attached to it, I was sold. I love love loved Elliot. Her inner monologue is snarky and fantastic. She?s smart and strong and truly delightful. I don?t even know what to say about the adorable...

    4.5 Stars ?I was ready to be comfortably in the middle of a story instead of running toward the end. I was done trying to outpace myself.? This was such a fun book! There was drama and laughs and lots of fantastic banter - everything you could want from an Wildean-inspired ta...

    Thank you, St. Martin?s Press, for my ARC of Not Now, Not Ever. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review; this does not affect my opinion. Any quotes mentioned below are taken from the ARC and are subject to change upon publication. I have fallen in love with Not Now, ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was so much fun! I loved Elliot/Ever and her band of nerdy geniuses, and THAT's how you do an ending. This was one of my Can't-Wait Wednesday picks, and I must say, I had chosen well, because this was such a fun and delightful read. The synopsis does s...

    So fun and cute. I love that Anderson has totally made "Nerdy Rom Coms Based on Classics" her skillful niche. Really liked the military angle to Ever's background, too, as well as the family and racial dynamics. Also, calling it now that Ever will realize she's bi in college. ...

    NOT NOW, NOT EVER was.. not what I was expecting. I had completely forgotten this was a sorta-sequel, definite-companion, to THE ONLY THING WORSE THAN ME IS YOU. So seeing some familiar faces a few years on from Anderson's debut was a total delight and I loved all of them so much. I lo...

    While it took sometime for me to get into the story, it ended up becoming something that I wasn't expecting: fun and hilarious! Probably the best contemporary I've read this year. The only thing that's lacking is a Quidditch match! **Full review now posted in my book blog! Note...

    Thank you to Netgalley and St. Martin's Press for the egalley. All opinions are my own. Lily Anderson wrote a nerdy contemporary YA and it was the best thing in the world. Now I know I have to read the one before this one because the ship (and various characters) appear in this book...

  • Claire (bookscoffeeandrepeat)
    Nov 12, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

    Not Now, Not Ever read at times like sort of a nerd Hunger Games, as a bunch of competitive, gifted kids compete for a college scholarship in the intense and hilarious way that only nerdy kids can. (As a former Academic Decathlon participant, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I know a ...

    I didn?t even read the synopsis for this book. Between that cover and Lily?s name attached to it, I was sold. I love love loved Elliot. Her inner monologue is snarky and fantastic. She?s smart and strong and truly delightful. I don?t even know what to say about the adorable...

    4.5 Stars ?I was ready to be comfortably in the middle of a story instead of running toward the end. I was done trying to outpace myself.? This was such a fun book! There was drama and laughs and lots of fantastic banter - everything you could want from an Wildean-inspired ta...

    Thank you, St. Martin?s Press, for my ARC of Not Now, Not Ever. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review; this does not affect my opinion. Any quotes mentioned below are taken from the ARC and are subject to change upon publication. I have fallen in love with Not Now, ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was so much fun! I loved Elliot/Ever and her band of nerdy geniuses, and THAT's how you do an ending. This was one of my Can't-Wait Wednesday picks, and I must say, I had chosen well, because this was such a fun and delightful read. The synopsis does s...

    So fun and cute. I love that Anderson has totally made "Nerdy Rom Coms Based on Classics" her skillful niche. Really liked the military angle to Ever's background, too, as well as the family and racial dynamics. Also, calling it now that Ever will realize she's bi in college. ...

    NOT NOW, NOT EVER was.. not what I was expecting. I had completely forgotten this was a sorta-sequel, definite-companion, to THE ONLY THING WORSE THAN ME IS YOU. So seeing some familiar faces a few years on from Anderson's debut was a total delight and I loved all of them so much. I lo...

    While it took sometime for me to get into the story, it ended up becoming something that I wasn't expecting: fun and hilarious! Probably the best contemporary I've read this year. The only thing that's lacking is a Quidditch match! **Full review now posted in my book blog! Note...

  • Dahlia
    Jul 02, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

    Not Now, Not Ever read at times like sort of a nerd Hunger Games, as a bunch of competitive, gifted kids compete for a college scholarship in the intense and hilarious way that only nerdy kids can. (As a former Academic Decathlon participant, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I know a ...

    I didn?t even read the synopsis for this book. Between that cover and Lily?s name attached to it, I was sold. I love love loved Elliot. Her inner monologue is snarky and fantastic. She?s smart and strong and truly delightful. I don?t even know what to say about the adorable...

    4.5 Stars ?I was ready to be comfortably in the middle of a story instead of running toward the end. I was done trying to outpace myself.? This was such a fun book! There was drama and laughs and lots of fantastic banter - everything you could want from an Wildean-inspired ta...

    Thank you, St. Martin?s Press, for my ARC of Not Now, Not Ever. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review; this does not affect my opinion. Any quotes mentioned below are taken from the ARC and are subject to change upon publication. I have fallen in love with Not Now, ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was so much fun! I loved Elliot/Ever and her band of nerdy geniuses, and THAT's how you do an ending. This was one of my Can't-Wait Wednesday picks, and I must say, I had chosen well, because this was such a fun and delightful read. The synopsis does s...

    So fun and cute. I love that Anderson has totally made "Nerdy Rom Coms Based on Classics" her skillful niche. Really liked the military angle to Ever's background, too, as well as the family and racial dynamics. Also, calling it now that Ever will realize she's bi in college. ...

  • Jen Ryland
    Nov 06, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

    Not Now, Not Ever read at times like sort of a nerd Hunger Games, as a bunch of competitive, gifted kids compete for a college scholarship in the intense and hilarious way that only nerdy kids can. (As a former Academic Decathlon participant, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I know a ...

  • Stacee
    Oct 23, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

    Not Now, Not Ever read at times like sort of a nerd Hunger Games, as a bunch of competitive, gifted kids compete for a college scholarship in the intense and hilarious way that only nerdy kids can. (As a former Academic Decathlon participant, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I know a ...

    I didn?t even read the synopsis for this book. Between that cover and Lily?s name attached to it, I was sold. I love love loved Elliot. Her inner monologue is snarky and fantastic. She?s smart and strong and truly delightful. I don?t even know what to say about the adorable...

  • Olivia Chanel's Galaxy of Books
    Sep 25, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

    Not Now, Not Ever read at times like sort of a nerd Hunger Games, as a bunch of competitive, gifted kids compete for a college scholarship in the intense and hilarious way that only nerdy kids can. (As a former Academic Decathlon participant, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I know a ...

    I didn?t even read the synopsis for this book. Between that cover and Lily?s name attached to it, I was sold. I love love loved Elliot. Her inner monologue is snarky and fantastic. She?s smart and strong and truly delightful. I don?t even know what to say about the adorable...

    4.5 Stars ?I was ready to be comfortably in the middle of a story instead of running toward the end. I was done trying to outpace myself.? This was such a fun book! There was drama and laughs and lots of fantastic banter - everything you could want from an Wildean-inspired ta...

    Thank you, St. Martin?s Press, for my ARC of Not Now, Not Ever. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review; this does not affect my opinion. Any quotes mentioned below are taken from the ARC and are subject to change upon publication. I have fallen in love with Not Now, ...

  • Hollis
    Mar 17, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

    Not Now, Not Ever read at times like sort of a nerd Hunger Games, as a bunch of competitive, gifted kids compete for a college scholarship in the intense and hilarious way that only nerdy kids can. (As a former Academic Decathlon participant, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I know a ...

    I didn?t even read the synopsis for this book. Between that cover and Lily?s name attached to it, I was sold. I love love loved Elliot. Her inner monologue is snarky and fantastic. She?s smart and strong and truly delightful. I don?t even know what to say about the adorable...

    4.5 Stars ?I was ready to be comfortably in the middle of a story instead of running toward the end. I was done trying to outpace myself.? This was such a fun book! There was drama and laughs and lots of fantastic banter - everything you could want from an Wildean-inspired ta...

    Thank you, St. Martin?s Press, for my ARC of Not Now, Not Ever. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review; this does not affect my opinion. Any quotes mentioned below are taken from the ARC and are subject to change upon publication. I have fallen in love with Not Now, ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was so much fun! I loved Elliot/Ever and her band of nerdy geniuses, and THAT's how you do an ending. This was one of my Can't-Wait Wednesday picks, and I must say, I had chosen well, because this was such a fun and delightful read. The synopsis does s...

    So fun and cute. I love that Anderson has totally made "Nerdy Rom Coms Based on Classics" her skillful niche. Really liked the military angle to Ever's background, too, as well as the family and racial dynamics. Also, calling it now that Ever will realize she's bi in college. ...

    NOT NOW, NOT EVER was.. not what I was expecting. I had completely forgotten this was a sorta-sequel, definite-companion, to THE ONLY THING WORSE THAN ME IS YOU. So seeing some familiar faces a few years on from Anderson's debut was a total delight and I loved all of them so much. I lo...

  • Sam Kozbial
    Nov 05, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

    Not Now, Not Ever read at times like sort of a nerd Hunger Games, as a bunch of competitive, gifted kids compete for a college scholarship in the intense and hilarious way that only nerdy kids can. (As a former Academic Decathlon participant, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I know a ...

    I didn?t even read the synopsis for this book. Between that cover and Lily?s name attached to it, I was sold. I love love loved Elliot. Her inner monologue is snarky and fantastic. She?s smart and strong and truly delightful. I don?t even know what to say about the adorable...

    4.5 Stars ?I was ready to be comfortably in the middle of a story instead of running toward the end. I was done trying to outpace myself.? This was such a fun book! There was drama and laughs and lots of fantastic banter - everything you could want from an Wildean-inspired ta...

    Thank you, St. Martin?s Press, for my ARC of Not Now, Not Ever. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review; this does not affect my opinion. Any quotes mentioned below are taken from the ARC and are subject to change upon publication. I have fallen in love with Not Now, ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was so much fun! I loved Elliot/Ever and her band of nerdy geniuses, and THAT's how you do an ending. This was one of my Can't-Wait Wednesday picks, and I must say, I had chosen well, because this was such a fun and delightful read. The synopsis does s...

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
    Nov 07, 2017

    This YA novel with a romantic thread is every bit as wonderful as the author's previous. This one features protagonists mostly seventeen, the summer before senior year of high school. Elliott has sneakily signed up for a summer camp for smart nerds, given at a college that has a famous...

    Not Now, Not Ever read at times like sort of a nerd Hunger Games, as a bunch of competitive, gifted kids compete for a college scholarship in the intense and hilarious way that only nerdy kids can. (As a former Academic Decathlon participant, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I know a ...

    I didn?t even read the synopsis for this book. Between that cover and Lily?s name attached to it, I was sold. I love love loved Elliot. Her inner monologue is snarky and fantastic. She?s smart and strong and truly delightful. I don?t even know what to say about the adorable...

    4.5 Stars ?I was ready to be comfortably in the middle of a story instead of running toward the end. I was done trying to outpace myself.? This was such a fun book! There was drama and laughs and lots of fantastic banter - everything you could want from an Wildean-inspired ta...