Three reasons why ALL OUR YESTERDAYS is different from anything else you’ve read, in picture form.
1. There are six prominent characters, but they’re made up of only three people.
2. The main character was inspired by equal parts killer robot from the future and privileged girl who pretends to be mean so long she actually becomes mean.
3. The story was developed using a top-secret plotting formula revealed here for the first time.
Marina has everything. She’s got money, popularity, and a bright future. Plus, she’s best friends with the boy next door, who happens to be a gorgeous prodigy from one of America’s most famous families.
Em has nothing. Imprisoned in a small white cell in the heart of a secret military base, all she has is the voice of the boy in the cell next door and the list of instructions she finds taped inside the drain.
But Marina and Em have one big thing in common: they’re the same person.
Now Em must travel back four years in time in order to avert the terrible future from which she’s fled, and there’s only one way to do it. She must kill the person who invented the time machine in the first place: someone from her past. A person she loved.
But Marina won’t let them go without a fight.