Then my parental hackles are repeatedly raised by all the unrepentant alcohol consumption by the teens in this book Case in point: Ships from and sold by Chiron Media. Even the endings aren’t as satisfying as one would hope; they stop just when it seems like they’re actually starting. A road trip, intriguing characters, wild adventures, and, of course, a healthy dose of romance – this is the perfect beach read! The Best Books of

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While I found these character developments very weak or just not very believable in my opinion, all kudos to the author for thinking of a brilliant idea to show these morals and themes.

These strangers don’t want to face their problems or change, but Leila won’t take that and helps them out in these crazy adventures and I just love her for that. Leila has no personality. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. For lehs of my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads Jul 18, Alex rated it it was ok Shelves: Things happen and they both end up lets get lost adi alsaid the law, bringing trouble upon them. Want to Read saving….

Girls to Elliot are just tools for his own personal gain and just fuck that. But this book will also break your heart.


Open Preview See a Problem? No one, not even Hudson’s dad, had ever understood him so perfectly. I am rating this book a 7 out of Leila finds Elliot in Burnsville, Minnesota on the night of his high school prom, when he’s dealing with disappointment that his love of the movies had never prepared him for. Instead it’s one kid after another making really bad decisions and being reckless and being caught in lets get lost adi alsaid most ridiculous and unbelievable circumstances that turn out okay in the end and they’ve now reached a state of enlightenment about their lives.

I like books that connect characters together through theme and random oddities and a single person. I didn’t like how each time Leila met someone, they just so happened to be in a crisis or huge milestone in their life and were happy to lets get lost adi alsaid let a stranger losy everything about their life. It was a conscious decision to choose to start with a point of view like this, one which puts Leila in the position of being a full-on MPDG a term I try not to use very often.

Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Please provide an email address. Elliot has always believed in happy endings. Les 25, Maxwell marked it as dnf Shelves: I don’t like what this says about the book. I mean, on its surface, the idea is fine. There’s a ton of adventure and fun, but also depth.


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He is in love with his best friend, but she turned him down, and so he and Leila spend the whole night trying to alsaic her back. This review can also be found at Love at First Page.

It was pretentious as hell, if I’m being honest. It’s part of what we do as people. We follow Leila’s trip to Alaska, but we follow it through others’ eyes – the story is told using the point-of-views of the people she gets to meet during her trip.

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These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. I was all set to check out when I noticed this book and of course, had to pick it up. This book was profound and will leave me thinking about it for a long time. Instead of being a great adventure story, I found it just one eye-rolling stupid, unsafe, unrealistic adventure after another.