New York Times bestselling author Allison Winn Scotch has earned a devoted readership for her thought-provoking and absorbing novels that have been hailed as “emotional and engrossing” (People), “smart and well-written” (Marie Claire), “captivating” (Publishers Weekly), and “insightful and honest (Family Circle). Her last novel, The Theory of Opposites (2013), was named a “must-read” by both Glamour and Shape, and was optioned for film by Jennifer Garner’s Vandalia Films.
Now with her highly anticipated sixth novel, IN TWENTY YEARS, Winn Scotch reveals, more than ever, her gift for crafting poignant scenes with complex yet relatable characters as a once close-knit group of friends reunite at the request of their much-beloved ringleader, Bea, following her untimely death, on the eve of what would’ve been her fortieth birthday.
In alternating points of view, IN TWENTY YEARS features a cast of characters reflecting on the indiscretions of their youth and questioning their respective paths in life. Gathered at the place where so many dreams began, and bolstered by the hope of healing, each of them is forced to contend with unresolved issues and confront the past.