One on One (novel)
|March 1, 1993|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)|
One on One follows Sam and Deanie, two high school students that are more different than they are alike. The two fall in love, only to be faced with multiple adversities, from rivals to sports.
The novel was overall panned by the Arizona Daily Star, saying that King was "a hack", although admitting that "(a)nyone who can go through the grueling process of writing a novel and getting it published deserves a lot of credit." Publishers Weekly gave an ambivalent review, praising the characters while criticizing the plot as "flabby".
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- Slater, Joyce (Feb 28, 1993). "Teenage basketball, teenage sex, and a tenor who ought to be stopped". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 11 August 2012.
- "Tabitha King's `One' is the work of a hack". Arizona Daily Star. May 2, 1993. Retrieved 11 August 2012.
- "Review: One on One". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved 11 August 2012.