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Wanderlost Paperback – May 31, 2016
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“Malone has written an entertaining journey that teens are sure to love.” (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA))
About the Author
Jen Malone once spent a year traveling the world solo, met her husband on the highway (literally), and went into labor with her identical twins while on Stevie Nicks's tour bus. These days she saves the drama for her books. She is a former Hollywood film publicist and current college professor who lives in the Boston area with her husband and three children and (someday, when she wears her husband down) a pet hedgehog.
Top customer reviews
European travel - the author knows her places
Sammmmm. I LOVE him.
The senior tour passengers were so much fun!
Aubree's growth was A+++. The way she matures from the start of the book is written so well.
The story manages to stay virtually angst & drama free - at least not over the top - despite the premise of Aubree lying about who she is. And the way the revelations and fallout unfold fit well with the the characters, their growth and the story.
My hesitations (these were quite small overall)
A far fetched set up
A senior citizen who breaks her arm and then continues her European tour. Lol (tho this occurrence does set up something good)
Aubree eating McDonalds at every opportunity despite the amazing local cuisine. This killed me.
I REALLY wanted an epilogue.
Love Triangle Factor: None
Cliffhanger Scale: Standalone
This book was charming and the perfect summer read.
Plot wise, it's rather predictable (except for one curveball that made me cry), but if you're looking for a cute beach read with a swoony love interest, this one fits the bill. It's moved up to being one of my favorite YA Contemporary Romances, which is my go-to genre when I'm feeling down, and I have a feeling this one will be reread over and over and over.