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Denton Little’s Deathdate by Lance Rubin 

Denton Little is going to die tomorrow. He’s known this since he was five. Almost everyone knows their deathdate in advance, thanks to advances in genetics, statistics, and astrology. At least you get to attend your own funeral. So Denton knows what’s in store for him. He did not, however, expect to wake up the day before he dies in his best friend’s sister’s bed. Or develop a weird purple rash. Or find out his whole life might be one big lie.

Denton’s drive to get the most out of the time he has left is both hilarious and touching. Recommended for readers in high school and up.


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