By: Hannah Moskowitz
Pub date: April 19th, 2011
Everything bizarre in Chase McGill’s life can be blamed on his four siblings. Between screaming baby Lucy, perpetually naked Claudia, Deaf but ASL-impaired Gideon, and wanderlusty Noah, Chase has his hands full trying to hold everything together. But during the summers, everything is perfect. Every year, they return to the beach to revive their passions for sand, salt, and Camus—everything that will keep them young and beautiful forever.
And they will stay innocent. Chase is their anchor.
But Chase is slowly cracking. Noah’s never around to hoist him up. His parents are divorcing. How’s Chase supposed to resist the pull of adulthood as his eighteenth birthday creeps up and his whole family’s succumbing to the adulthood disease? Claudia’s promiscuity explodes, Gideon’s learning to sign, Noah’s talking about college whenever he’s not on one of his escapes. Even Lucy’s using full sentences. Chase thought they’d be invincible as long as they were together. But they’re not invincible. And after one horrible night, they’re not even together.
summary from goodreads.com
I've yet to read Hannah's first published novel Break although I've been dying to do so since its release.This one sounds so great as well and the cover is just awesome.