Where the Road Leads Us (Paperback)
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A beautiful, tender and thoughtful meditation on finding your way.--Nicola Yoon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Everything, Everything and The Sun Is Also a Star
A heartfelt and hilarious adventure about two teens trying to find their way, for fans of Jennifer Niven and Nicola Yoon.
Jack is on the verge of leaving for college, but before he does, he wants to track down his estranged brother, Alex and find some closure in the wake of their father's death. Meanwhile, Hallie has just found out some upsetting news about a friend in Oregon, and she has a small window to go see him before it's too late.
Jack and Hallie are practically strangers. They shared a class together years ago and haven't seen each other since, though they have more in common than they'd ever imagine. And when fate puts them into the same rideshare to the bus terminal, it kicks off an unconventional and hysterical adventure that may lead them to their own true selves...and maybe to each other.
Additional praise for Where the Road Leads Us:
A lovely, compassionate, and compulsive read.--Kathleen Glasgow, New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces and How to Make Friends with the Dark
A soul-filling, raw, love song of a novel.--Jennifer Niven, #1 New York Times bestselling author of All the Bright Places
Propels you through a heartfelt adventure. I couldn't put it down.--Jeff Garvin, author of Lambda Literary Award finalist Symptoms of Being Human
Anyone who has faced loss and uncertainty in their life will relate to this emotionally honest, hopeful book.--Misa Sugiura, author of It's Not Like It's a Secret and This Time Will Be Different
A tender and heartfelt read with an ending both hopeful and sincere, and readers will happily share the ride.--BCCB
A feel-good story with depth.--Kirkus Reviews
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