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Rebecca Serle is an American television writer and author. Her novel In Five Years was a New York Times bestseller and her series Famous in Love was adapted into a young adult television series on Freeform.

Serle received a Master of Fine Arts from The New School.

Raised in Maui, he currently resides in New York City and Los Angeles.

Rebecca Serle is an author and television writer based in Los Angeles. She is the author of six novels and co-created the hit television adaptation of her YA series, Famous in Love. She received her MFA from The New School in New York. She loves Nancy Meyer’s movies, bathrobes, and unsolicited relationship advice.

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In Five Years Book PDF download for free

In Five Years Book PDF download for free

Where do you see yourself in five years?

Dannie Kohan lives her life by the numbers.

She’s not like her best friend of all time: the wild, capricious and fateful Belle. Her meticulous planning seems to have paid off after she lands the biggest job interview of her career, accepts her boyfriend’s marriage proposal in one fell swoop and blissfully falls asleep.

But when he wakes up, she suddenly finds herself in a different apartment, with a different ring on her finger and next to a completely different man.

Dannie spends an hour exactly five years in the future before waking up again in her own house just before midnight, but it’s an hour she can’t shake. In five years it’s an unforgettable love story, but it’s not what you expect.

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My first reading of this author was not disappointing. However, the initial plot twist got me hooked and I finished it the same day. Something I didn’t expect.

The reviews were compelling and surprisingly accurate, although the book tour had many plot twists and unexpected outcomes. The unique story and opening set the stage for this vivid first-person narrative that begins in a well-planned world of a successful young woman, Dannie, a lawyer and dedicated New Yorker, who catches on. Then things change, or she really changes. This story is about discovering who she really is against her better judgment, guided by Bella, a childhood friend whose artistic, bohemian lifestyle often seems at odds with Dannie’s logical and reserved approach.

This introspective tale engages the reader in a personal search for meaning amidst all the false rewards of professional success. The author’s perceptive story debunks the lies we tell ourselves about life when in fact we never live.

This is compelling read, even for non-New Yorkers, about what true friendship is and lasts while waiting for that elusive “love” that never seems to come.

While I found the book interesting and extremely well written, I wish the author had developed the ending and final resolution in more detail.

I just want to say that I have mixed feelings.
Not because I didn’t like the story, but because I’m not sure I agree with the ending.

What a beautiful and heartbreaking story! In Five Years stirred up so many emotions in me.

The novel is the story of two best friends, their friendship and love, the loss and hope they experienced.

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From the moment I opened this book, I knew there was no reason I could put it down. It’s one of those books that demands your attention. This story spoke to me in many ways. Like I said, it made me feel all sorts of emotions.


We have Bella, a free spirited girl who grew up with absent parents. As a rich girl, life brought her everything she wanted except love; The love of your parents or the love of a loved one. However, Bella easily falls in love. Bella is really a good person and a good friend with a good heart.

Then we have Dannie Kohan, who is a very down to earth woman. She loves numbers and she loves her job as a lawyer. At the beginning of the book, she prepares for an interview with a new company, but also suspects that her boyfriend David Rosen is about to propose. Dannie is content with her life and her five year plan. Then a dream happens. A very real dream where she wakes up five years in the future, in a different house, in Brooklyn, with a ring on her finger and with a different man. A man named Aaron Gregory. The dream shakes her to the core.

Years later, Dannie meets the man from her vivid dream and tries to stay away from him, but fate has other plans for her.

“In Five Years” had an amazing writing style and a well developed story that I will not easily forget.

The Hook: A successful young Manhattan attorney has a dream that ruins part of her life. The true meaning of this dream will only be discovered by the reader at the end of the book, but fortunately the pages turn quickly.

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In the first few pages, the protagonist Dannie explains that she is a person who paints by numbers, someone who has planned her future. A few pages later he gets into violent Jewish nonsense. It’s understandable that a reader would think the book is going in one direction, but Dannie quickly gives up her mapping and gimmicking tendencies as the book takes on a familiar romance novel pattern: a girl in love with her perfect boyfriend, cut out of cardboard and her stunning best friend, but what? About that other guy? Serle mostly wrote YA, and that’s classic YA, except the characters are older and there are some adult scenes.

The amazing moments start early. The author apparently lives in New York part of the time, but her jokes about life in the city often sound off-key. And why would someone who lives in the city go to a tourist trap like the Rainbow Room to propose marriage? Worse are the descriptions of Dannie’s career, beginning with the highly unlikely interview with Wachtell.

Perhaps the author has forgotten that she is writing for an adult audience and that some readers may be more familiar with the reality of the Great Laws than she appears to be. Also, I hope that someone who graduates from Columbia Law second in their class will spend more time engaging in intelligent interactions and less time acting like a stubborn teenager.

This isn’t great literature, and the premise gets thin as we get closer to Love Storyish’s resolution. But for quick fun, it’s a five-star read. Just don’t ask too many questions.

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