Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 354
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Road Trip
, New Adult
Read This Review & More Like It @ Ageless Pages Reviews! From the unforgettable characters to the lushly described scenery to the whimsical and detailed drawings (by the author herself, no less) Wanderlove is a hit. I had very few complaints and whole lot of love for this fish-out-of-water coming-...
Somewhere around the 90% mark, I realized that it was actually Guatemala and the Lobsterfest that I was interested in, not Bria Sandoval's personal drama, so I just skimmed through the last part in 5 minutes. Still, this was a lovely break from the standard YA fare and I absolutely loved Ms. Hubba...
For me, reading Wanderlove was very nostalgic. It was like reading my first Sarah Dessen book when I was a preteen and being engrossed by the story from the very first page. As I've grown, so have my tastes in books, but I always have a soft spot for well-written fluffy YA. Wanderlove definitely hit...
Wanderlove was actually difficult for me to rate. While there were aspects that I absolutely loved, there were others that fell flat for me, and others that flat out didn’t work.I attempted to read this book numerous times before I actually managed to push myself into it. I would make it to the 15% ...
I think I'm in the minority when it comes to Wanderlove. I enjoyed it quite a bit, but I didn't LOVE it. Bria as a character doesn't stand out much to me. I loved that she was an artist and her background definitely added a level to the story, but to me it kind of felt like those two things defined ...