Someday, Somewhere

Someday, Somewhere

Dominique is a high school junior from a gritty neighborhood in Trenton, where she and her mom are barely getting by. Ben is a musical prodigy from the Upper East Side, a violinist at a top conservatory with obsessive talent and a brilliant future. When Dom's class is taken to hear a concert at Carnegie Hall, she expects to be bored out of her mind. But then she sees the bo Dominique is a high school junior from a gritty neighborhood in Trenton, where she and her mom are barely getting...

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Title:Someday, Somewhere
Author:Lindsay Champion
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Genres:Young Adult
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:280 pages pages

Someday, Somewhere Reviews

  • Lilla
    Apr 18, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

    All my reviews can be found at: http://jessicasreadingroom.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel, and it is quite the debut! She takes what she knows of music in life and brings it to us on the page. I was in band in high school, so ...

    Someday, Somewhere is not just the cute contemporary romance story it seems it is. It starts off with some insta-love, which was a little too much for me but it was also kinda cute in a way. Ben and Dominique are drawn to each other and what follows is a whirlwind romance, but there ar...

    {ARC was provided for an honest review} Review Scale out of 10: Cover/Illustration Quality: 8/10 Writing Quality: 9/10 Character Development: 8/10 ?Couldn?t Put it Down? scale: 8/10 Originality: 9/10 Overall Rating: 8/10 First off, I?d like to give a shoutout to LI...

    Someday, Somewhere is so much more than a love story. Dominique is a poor junior living with her mom in New Jersey. They can barely get by and Dom's dad hasn't helped out since he left years before. Dom loves dance, but she had to give it up to help her mom at their laundry busines...

    Okay. I probably shouldn?t have gone into this expecting it to be a light, upbeat, music-based contemporary. That was probably my biggest mistake. Had I read the entirety of the blurb, I would?ve been able to figure it out. This is probably a life lesson for me, honestly. Becau...

    *copy provided by NetGalley* (Sorry in advance for the parody of English below :')) Alright. I enjoyed this, mostly. It's actually 3.5 stars. I didn't care much for the romance(insta-love, insta-love, why don't people write slow-burn romances? ) but I did care about Dom and B...

    SOMEDAY, SOMEWHERE is a beautiful, emotional, visceral, and?most of all?musical book. The prose just sings: Ben and Dom each have their own unique voice, hers wistful and his frenetic, and they intertwine in such an achingly gorgeous way. I was dying to read this book because I...

    Oh my goodness, I am blown away by this wonderfully raw and poignant debut by Lindsay Champion! When I started reading this book, I didn't expect to be clutching the book in both happy and sad tears at the end! But that's exactly what happened! Champion not only tells an incredible rea...

    I'll be honest, I thought this was going to be a pretty typical YA Love story, but once you begin reading, it's more complicated that it first lets on. This novel is chock full of music references (so glad I took a music theory class in college!). Love at first sight is on the surface,...

  • Kim Chance
    Apr 18, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

    All my reviews can be found at: http://jessicasreadingroom.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel, and it is quite the debut! She takes what she knows of music in life and brings it to us on the page. I was in band in high school, so ...

    Someday, Somewhere is not just the cute contemporary romance story it seems it is. It starts off with some insta-love, which was a little too much for me but it was also kinda cute in a way. Ben and Dominique are drawn to each other and what follows is a whirlwind romance, but there ar...

    {ARC was provided for an honest review} Review Scale out of 10: Cover/Illustration Quality: 8/10 Writing Quality: 9/10 Character Development: 8/10 ?Couldn?t Put it Down? scale: 8/10 Originality: 9/10 Overall Rating: 8/10 First off, I?d like to give a shoutout to LI...

    Someday, Somewhere is so much more than a love story. Dominique is a poor junior living with her mom in New Jersey. They can barely get by and Dom's dad hasn't helped out since he left years before. Dom loves dance, but she had to give it up to help her mom at their laundry busines...

    Okay. I probably shouldn?t have gone into this expecting it to be a light, upbeat, music-based contemporary. That was probably my biggest mistake. Had I read the entirety of the blurb, I would?ve been able to figure it out. This is probably a life lesson for me, honestly. Becau...

    *copy provided by NetGalley* (Sorry in advance for the parody of English below :')) Alright. I enjoyed this, mostly. It's actually 3.5 stars. I didn't care much for the romance(insta-love, insta-love, why don't people write slow-burn romances? ) but I did care about Dom and B...

    SOMEDAY, SOMEWHERE is a beautiful, emotional, visceral, and?most of all?musical book. The prose just sings: Ben and Dom each have their own unique voice, hers wistful and his frenetic, and they intertwine in such an achingly gorgeous way. I was dying to read this book because I...

    Oh my goodness, I am blown away by this wonderfully raw and poignant debut by Lindsay Champion! When I started reading this book, I didn't expect to be clutching the book in both happy and sad tears at the end! But that's exactly what happened! Champion not only tells an incredible rea...

  • Jessica
    Apr 12, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

    All my reviews can be found at: http://jessicasreadingroom.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel, and it is quite the debut! She takes what she knows of music in life and brings it to us on the page. I was in band in high school, so ...

  • Lea (drumsofautumn)
    Dec 05, 2017

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

  • Stacee
    Mar 23, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

  • Colleen
    Apr 04, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

  • Roobie
    Mar 01, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

  • Lily ☁️
    Apr 23, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

  • C.G. Drews
    Mar 08, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

  • Lia
    Apr 03, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

    All my reviews can be found at: http://jessicasreadingroom.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel, and it is quite the debut! She takes what she knows of music in life and brings it to us on the page. I was in band in high school, so ...

    Someday, Somewhere is not just the cute contemporary romance story it seems it is. It starts off with some insta-love, which was a little too much for me but it was also kinda cute in a way. Ben and Dominique are drawn to each other and what follows is a whirlwind romance, but there ar...

  • Mimi
    Mar 14, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    Mar 02, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

  • Lola  Reviewer
    Feb 05, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

  • Cassandra
    Mar 29, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

  • Kristi Housman Confessions of a YA Reader
    Mar 22, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

    All my reviews can be found at: http://jessicasreadingroom.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel, and it is quite the debut! She takes what she knows of music in life and brings it to us on the page. I was in band in high school, so ...

    Someday, Somewhere is not just the cute contemporary romance story it seems it is. It starts off with some insta-love, which was a little too much for me but it was also kinda cute in a way. Ben and Dominique are drawn to each other and what follows is a whirlwind romance, but there ar...

    {ARC was provided for an honest review} Review Scale out of 10: Cover/Illustration Quality: 8/10 Writing Quality: 9/10 Character Development: 8/10 ?Couldn?t Put it Down? scale: 8/10 Originality: 9/10 Overall Rating: 8/10 First off, I?d like to give a shoutout to LI...

    Someday, Somewhere is so much more than a love story. Dominique is a poor junior living with her mom in New Jersey. They can barely get by and Dom's dad hasn't helped out since he left years before. Dom loves dance, but she had to give it up to help her mom at their laundry busines...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Apr 06, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

  • Sara➽ (Ink Is My Sword)
    Apr 19, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

  • Anna Schumacher
    Apr 30, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

    All my reviews can be found at: http://jessicasreadingroom.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel, and it is quite the debut! She takes what she knows of music in life and brings it to us on the page. I was in band in high school, so ...

    Someday, Somewhere is not just the cute contemporary romance story it seems it is. It starts off with some insta-love, which was a little too much for me but it was also kinda cute in a way. Ben and Dominique are drawn to each other and what follows is a whirlwind romance, but there ar...

    {ARC was provided for an honest review} Review Scale out of 10: Cover/Illustration Quality: 8/10 Writing Quality: 9/10 Character Development: 8/10 ?Couldn?t Put it Down? scale: 8/10 Originality: 9/10 Overall Rating: 8/10 First off, I?d like to give a shoutout to LI...

    Someday, Somewhere is so much more than a love story. Dominique is a poor junior living with her mom in New Jersey. They can barely get by and Dom's dad hasn't helped out since he left years before. Dom loves dance, but she had to give it up to help her mom at their laundry busines...

    Okay. I probably shouldn?t have gone into this expecting it to be a light, upbeat, music-based contemporary. That was probably my biggest mistake. Had I read the entirety of the blurb, I would?ve been able to figure it out. This is probably a life lesson for me, honestly. Becau...

    *copy provided by NetGalley* (Sorry in advance for the parody of English below :')) Alright. I enjoyed this, mostly. It's actually 3.5 stars. I didn't care much for the romance(insta-love, insta-love, why don't people write slow-burn romances? ) but I did care about Dom and B...

    SOMEDAY, SOMEWHERE is a beautiful, emotional, visceral, and?most of all?musical book. The prose just sings: Ben and Dom each have their own unique voice, hers wistful and his frenetic, and they intertwine in such an achingly gorgeous way. I was dying to read this book because I...

  • Kylie
    Mar 26, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

  • Eli
    May 11, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

  • Azbaqiyah
    Jun 16, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

  • Sarah Robinson-Hatch
    Apr 06, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

  • Nadhira Satria
    Apr 19, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

  • WV
    Apr 29, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

    All my reviews can be found at: http://jessicasreadingroom.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel, and it is quite the debut! She takes what she knows of music in life and brings it to us on the page. I was in band in high school, so ...

    Someday, Somewhere is not just the cute contemporary romance story it seems it is. It starts off with some insta-love, which was a little too much for me but it was also kinda cute in a way. Ben and Dominique are drawn to each other and what follows is a whirlwind romance, but there ar...

    {ARC was provided for an honest review} Review Scale out of 10: Cover/Illustration Quality: 8/10 Writing Quality: 9/10 Character Development: 8/10 ?Couldn?t Put it Down? scale: 8/10 Originality: 9/10 Overall Rating: 8/10 First off, I?d like to give a shoutout to LI...

    Someday, Somewhere is so much more than a love story. Dominique is a poor junior living with her mom in New Jersey. They can barely get by and Dom's dad hasn't helped out since he left years before. Dom loves dance, but she had to give it up to help her mom at their laundry busines...

    Okay. I probably shouldn?t have gone into this expecting it to be a light, upbeat, music-based contemporary. That was probably my biggest mistake. Had I read the entirety of the blurb, I would?ve been able to figure it out. This is probably a life lesson for me, honestly. Becau...

    *copy provided by NetGalley* (Sorry in advance for the parody of English below :')) Alright. I enjoyed this, mostly. It's actually 3.5 stars. I didn't care much for the romance(insta-love, insta-love, why don't people write slow-burn romances? ) but I did care about Dom and B...

  • Mariah Bowman
    Mar 09, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

  • Ally (book__ventures)
    Dec 19, 2017

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

  • Lara (Bookish_turtle)
    Jun 20, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

  • Audrey
    Mar 09, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

  • Marie
    Apr 11, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

    All my reviews can be found at: http://jessicasreadingroom.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel, and it is quite the debut! She takes what she knows of music in life and brings it to us on the page. I was in band in high school, so ...

    Someday, Somewhere is not just the cute contemporary romance story it seems it is. It starts off with some insta-love, which was a little too much for me but it was also kinda cute in a way. Ben and Dominique are drawn to each other and what follows is a whirlwind romance, but there ar...

    {ARC was provided for an honest review} Review Scale out of 10: Cover/Illustration Quality: 8/10 Writing Quality: 9/10 Character Development: 8/10 ?Couldn?t Put it Down? scale: 8/10 Originality: 9/10 Overall Rating: 8/10 First off, I?d like to give a shoutout to LI...

    Someday, Somewhere is so much more than a love story. Dominique is a poor junior living with her mom in New Jersey. They can barely get by and Dom's dad hasn't helped out since he left years before. Dom loves dance, but she had to give it up to help her mom at their laundry busines...

    Okay. I probably shouldn?t have gone into this expecting it to be a light, upbeat, music-based contemporary. That was probably my biggest mistake. Had I read the entirety of the blurb, I would?ve been able to figure it out. This is probably a life lesson for me, honestly. Becau...

  • Novelly Blissful
    Feb 28, 2018

    I am stunned. I was not at all supposed to enjoy this one. I gave it a shot, since I received the physical copy of the book without my requesting it, but quite frankly my expectations were extremely low ? for once. After all, it contains 1. insta-love, as well as quite a huge amo...

    Omg this was an absolute excellent and heart shredding book. All I knew going in was it's about MUSIC, and being a musician who writes about music and also spent my entire teenagerdom listening to Beethoven on repeat...oh hello there book. You are mine. It absolutely didn't disappoint ...

    Wow, this book is problematic. Let me start small, though. I was quite excited about having received an advance copy of Someday, Somewhere?mainly, because on top of its beautiful cover, the sypnosis won me over with a storyline set in New York, ?a fantasy world of jazz clubs and...

    3.5 ?Wonderful insight on music and mental illness? Stars ?Exactly! Exactly. Art is worth giving up everything. If you want to stay safe, you?re never going to be vulnerable enough to create something real. So that?s it. That?s my plan. To be vulnerable. To be real.? ...

    4.5 STARS Here I am, at a cafe after driving mindlessly for an hour after finishing this book. I was angry and sad and happy and wholesome, I couldn't find the words to describe how I feel reading this book. For someone who's not emotional, for someone who never cries while read...

    ?4 stars? That's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. A lovely debut novel by Lindsay Champion. I loved her writing and even though there were parts in the story I'm not usually a fan of, I still enjoyed the book much more than I expe...

    I have always been drawn to books about music, so it?s no wonder that I enjoyed Someday, Somewhere so much. This book is absolutely heartbreaking, but beautiful at the same time. The main characters are realistic and easy to root for, and the dual perspectives add so much emotion to ...

    This was PERFECT, this book is EVERYTHING and this is me right now Ben was music. And that's the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends. I didn't expect anything from this book, but it's the best love story I read in years! I still don't have...

    Between that cover and the synopsis, there wasn?t a reason for me to not devour this book. Dominique and Ben are both interesting characters. They?re both struggling with something and even though their backgrounds are wildly different, they?re both yearning. I really enjoyed...

    *An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* "In New York City you can be absolutely anyone you want to be. You don't need a lot of money or status to be glamorous and captivating and magical." When I requested this, it was the wee hours...

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher KCP Loft in exchange for my honest review** This book was a very cute and quick read that dealt with important topics throughout the novel. Trigger Warning:(view spoiler)[ Bipolar Disorder (hide spoiler)] Pros: - I LOVED THE...

    When I first received this book and read the synopsis, I didn't think I would enjoy this book. The concept of music and such just didn't captivate me even though I am a music fan myself. Once I started reading this, however, all those thoughts disappeared and I will definitely pick thi...

    Review to come! ...

    Someday, Somewhere is a novel that I have very conflicting feelings about. I just really can't say I had a good time while reading it and while writing this review I realized, I don't think the issues raised in this novel were handled very well. This book was an incredibly uncomfort...

    By the end of this book, I was finding it hard to believe that Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel. What a fantastic start to a writing career! The story itself is about two young adults trying to make it. Dominique is faced with the challenge of being extremely ...

    This was such a beautiful, heart-wrenching read! THERE WERE SO MANY OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN THIS NOVEL: New York City, music, dual perspectives? it was just such a gorgeous read. Undoubtably my favourite thing about it was revisiting my favourite city on Earth with Ben and Dom. It ...

    "Ben was music. And that?s the thing about music, I guess. It begins, it consumes you and then it ends." If this book were a person, I'd squish their cheeks right about now. This was just such an enthralling YA contemporary. So, this story is told in dual POV - Ben, who's a mus...

    This love-at-first-sight story had me instantly hooked, and I kept reading because I was so invested in the outcome for these two. ?Pro: I was instantly in love with Dom and cheering for her the whole time. I wanted more for her, and was beyond happy with where Champion took her s...

    I recieved Someday, Somewhere by Lindsay Champion from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't remember when I requested this book, but I wasn't expecting to get it because it was sooooooo close to the publication date, but I got the eARC the day before the book was abo...

    Well, I just love it! Maybe it should be a little bit more drama since the ending a little bit hasten... ...and I need more of it! ...

    *I received this arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Dominique lives in a small town in New Jersey and has always dreamed of going to New York with her best friend, Cass. Ben is a violinist who dreams of being the best in the world. One night on a school fieldtrip, ...

    All my reviews can be found at: http://jessicasreadingroom.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someday, Somewhere is Lindsay Champion?s debut novel, and it is quite the debut! She takes what she knows of music in life and brings it to us on the page. I was in band in high school, so ...

    Someday, Somewhere is not just the cute contemporary romance story it seems it is. It starts off with some insta-love, which was a little too much for me but it was also kinda cute in a way. Ben and Dominique are drawn to each other and what follows is a whirlwind romance, but there ar...

    {ARC was provided for an honest review} Review Scale out of 10: Cover/Illustration Quality: 8/10 Writing Quality: 9/10 Character Development: 8/10 ?Couldn?t Put it Down? scale: 8/10 Originality: 9/10 Overall Rating: 8/10 First off, I?d like to give a shoutout to LI...