The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith Review

Title: The Geography of You and Me The geography of you and me

Author: Jennifer E. Smith

Pages: 352

Publisher:  Little, Brown for Young Readers

Release date: 15th April 2014

So what's it about?

Lucy and Owen meet in an elevator during a blackout that affects all of New York.

They spend the night together before they both end up moving away.

Their encounter affects both of them so deeply that even halfway around the world they keep in contact and eventually meet again.

Love it or hate it?

This was a sweet story but I was surprised at how little contact Lucy and Owen actually had.

It wasn't a particularly gripping read but I did enjoy it.

Reviewer: Jess

Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review. Thanks to Headline and Jennifer E. Smith.

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