It could have just been timing, but I did end up liking the characters and the story.
Author Jennifer E. Smith has created an intricately layered cast of characters that give readers a peek into the various ways that humans handle tragedy and conflict.
Despite the fact that the two main characters were easy to relate to, it is the plot I remember most about the story.
I am beginning to love Jennifer E. Smith's books as much as Sarah Dessen. They are good, heartfelt books that make you feel good inside at the end. Please keep writing!Published 29 days ago by BL
It wasn't the greatest book. It was vague and it didn't keep me on the edge of my seat...I would say it's boringPublished 16 months ago by Grace brennan
I read The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight a few weeks ago and loved it. Read more
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Peter and Emma are both misfits, but both of them don't realize just how much of their own doing this is. Read more
Cute book, I gifted it to a friend. great condition. Great plot and the cover is attractive to almost any buyer.Published 21 months ago by Gayle Lange
There is nothing as lovely to me as a beautifully written book, and You Are Here is definitely a prime example. I was eager to start another book by Jennifer E. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Alexa (Alexa Loves Books)