Good and Gone

Good and Gone

When Lexi Green?s older brother, Charlie, starts plotting a road trip to find Adrian Wildes, a famous musician who?s been reported missing, she?s beyond confused. Her brother hasn?t said a nice word to her or left the couch since his girlfriend dumped him months ago?but he?ll hop in a car to find some hipster? Concerned at how quickly he seems to be rebounding, Lexi decide When Lexi Green?s older brother, Charlie, starts plotting a road trip to find Adrian Wildes, a famous music...

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Title:Good and Gone
Author:Megan Frazer Blakemore
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:0062348426
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

Good and Gone Reviews

  • Rachel
    Sep 25, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

  • Beth
    Dec 28, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

    A classic YA road trip novel that tackles current issues. Blakemore does a great job with the dialogue. This felt very different than her other books. I liked the edgy wit. For fans of John Green and David Arnold. ...

  • Courtney
    Oct 24, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

    A classic YA road trip novel that tackles current issues. Blakemore does a great job with the dialogue. This felt very different than her other books. I liked the edgy wit. For fans of John Green and David Arnold. ...

    Oh, this book was pretty great! It's a slow, reflective book, but it's fairly short, and I enjoyed it! Of going on a road trip to find a missing pop star, and dealing with personal issues that were why they were doing this! So great! ...

    3.5 ...

    Really nice road trip story, but the there were some holes in the plot and as much as I sympathized with the characters, they still got on my nerves. ...

    1.5 Stars ...

    Ummm.... Idk. This book didn't really get me in the feels like I thought it would. Had some good moments in it, but... It was an okay read. :/ ...

    3.75 stars. ...

    I would have liked this book more if the main characters had had as much depth as the secondary characters. ...

  • Marian
    Dec 20, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

  • Rebecca
    Nov 15, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

  • Louisa
    Sep 27, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

    A classic YA road trip novel that tackles current issues. Blakemore does a great job with the dialogue. This felt very different than her other books. I liked the edgy wit. For fans of John Green and David Arnold. ...

    Oh, this book was pretty great! It's a slow, reflective book, but it's fairly short, and I enjoyed it! Of going on a road trip to find a missing pop star, and dealing with personal issues that were why they were doing this! So great! ...

  • Ms. Yingling
    Jul 24, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

  • tiffany_jaded
    May 28, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

    A classic YA road trip novel that tackles current issues. Blakemore does a great job with the dialogue. This felt very different than her other books. I liked the edgy wit. For fans of John Green and David Arnold. ...

    Oh, this book was pretty great! It's a slow, reflective book, but it's fairly short, and I enjoyed it! Of going on a road trip to find a missing pop star, and dealing with personal issues that were why they were doing this! So great! ...

    3.5 ...

    Really nice road trip story, but the there were some holes in the plot and as much as I sympathized with the characters, they still got on my nerves. ...

    1.5 Stars ...

    Ummm.... Idk. This book didn't really get me in the feels like I thought it would. Had some good moments in it, but... It was an okay read. :/ ...

    3.75 stars. ...

  • Kiwie
    Apr 15, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

  • John Clark
    Oct 21, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

  • Carla A
    Dec 26, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

  • Madison
    Sep 15, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

  • Sarah
    Oct 20, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

  • Jazmen
    Nov 14, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

  • Katie
    Feb 27, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

  • Tandie
    Nov 14, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

  • Sam
    Jun 14, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

  • Reagan
    Dec 05, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

  • Cidney Mayes
    Apr 08, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Nov 18, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

  • Brittany
    Nov 30, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

    A classic YA road trip novel that tackles current issues. Blakemore does a great job with the dialogue. This felt very different than her other books. I liked the edgy wit. For fans of John Green and David Arnold. ...

    Oh, this book was pretty great! It's a slow, reflective book, but it's fairly short, and I enjoyed it! Of going on a road trip to find a missing pop star, and dealing with personal issues that were why they were doing this! So great! ...

    3.5 ...

  • Olivia
    Jan 13, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

    A classic YA road trip novel that tackles current issues. Blakemore does a great job with the dialogue. This felt very different than her other books. I liked the edgy wit. For fans of John Green and David Arnold. ...

    Oh, this book was pretty great! It's a slow, reflective book, but it's fairly short, and I enjoyed it! Of going on a road trip to find a missing pop star, and dealing with personal issues that were why they were doing this! So great! ...

    3.5 ...

    Really nice road trip story, but the there were some holes in the plot and as much as I sympathized with the characters, they still got on my nerves. ...

    1.5 Stars ...

  • Caroline Fosse
    Nov 18, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

  • Rok!tsuperhero
    Jun 21, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

    A classic YA road trip novel that tackles current issues. Blakemore does a great job with the dialogue. This felt very different than her other books. I liked the edgy wit. For fans of John Green and David Arnold. ...

    Oh, this book was pretty great! It's a slow, reflective book, but it's fairly short, and I enjoyed it! Of going on a road trip to find a missing pop star, and dealing with personal issues that were why they were doing this! So great! ...

    3.5 ...

    Really nice road trip story, but the there were some holes in the plot and as much as I sympathized with the characters, they still got on my nerves. ...

    1.5 Stars ...

    Ummm.... Idk. This book didn't really get me in the feels like I thought it would. Had some good moments in it, but... It was an okay read. :/ ...

  • Sophie Elaina
    Nov 18, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

  • Angel (by my bookshelf)
    Nov 16, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

  • Miranda Geszvain
    May 14, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

  • Eleanor commons
    Jul 18, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

    A classic YA road trip novel that tackles current issues. Blakemore does a great job with the dialogue. This felt very different than her other books. I liked the edgy wit. For fans of John Green and David Arnold. ...

    Oh, this book was pretty great! It's a slow, reflective book, but it's fairly short, and I enjoyed it! Of going on a road trip to find a missing pop star, and dealing with personal issues that were why they were doing this! So great! ...

    3.5 ...

    Really nice road trip story, but the there were some holes in the plot and as much as I sympathized with the characters, they still got on my nerves. ...

  • Charlotte
    Jul 02, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

  • John
    Oct 05, 2018

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a contemporary road trip story, about three teens looking for a missing pop star. I liked Lexi in this and I felt bad for what had happened to her. I liked the way she looked out f...

    This book left me feeling so emotional. Even though it took a while to really get invested in the story and these characters, I did eventually and I really enjoyed the ride. The book follows protagonist Lexi. A girl who's been through some tough situations. While working on how to c...

    Wow. What a tangle of emotions. In the best way. There is an unguarded truth to this story, an earnest rawness that is at times hilarious and heartbreaking. It touches on so many important points - unhealthy abusive relationships, mental health and depression, and when it is time to le...

    Too young adult for my group. Lots of introspection, plus some salty language early on. A surprise from this author. Decent road trip book with high school/college problems, though. ...

    Lexi and her brother Charlie go on a road trip, searching for a missing rock star. At first it seems like they are going in order to escape thoughts of their failed relationships. As the book progresses, the reader begins to realize there's a lot more than a couple of teenage breakups ...

    Good and Gone delivered a more complex story than I was expecting, and I loved every second of it. This was an important road trip for the Greene siblings, because it helped them find a way back to each other and themselves. ?Pro: Sibling stories - love them! Lexi and Charlie's re...

    Road tripping with a purpose, Good and Bad is a journey, the reader won't soon forget. Lexi's brother, Charlie, is in a slump. One day he was away at school, the next, he's a permanent fixture in the house, on the couch, and in every crevice of the house--dripping depression on eve...

    Good and Gone is a story of a young teen girl who journeys with her brother and homosexual, quirky, next door neighbor to find the famous musician Adrian Wildes. The main character is Lexi, she narrates the story switching back and forth from ?Then? to ?Now?. Throughout the sto...

    Road trip! There was fun and lots of snarky humor. I enjoyed the writing style; the flashbacks worked to reveal a manipulative relationship that gradually becomes abusive. Lexi is angry and confrontational with her brother Charlie, but she?s also frank and has a witty sense of humor....

    Road trip novel that feels a little bland, too many issues going on here for anyone to clearly get resolution. The FTC requires that I disclose that I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. ...

    TW: RAPE, DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, EMOTIONAL ABUSE Good and Gone by Meghan Frazer Blakemore is the story about Lexi Green who decides to join her older brother on a road trip to find Adrian Wilders, a famous musician who?s been reported missing. They haven?t talked much si...

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review. Good and Gone was not exactly an easy read but it was blunt and I liked it. The story played with my emotions and made me realize that is probably exactly what I will think in a given situation. I was annoyed at ...

    Fifteen year old Lexi has been so busy building walls in the past few months, it takes her a while to realize her older brother, Charlie has not only not been functioning, but has maybe dropped out of college. Thinking his funk is the result of being dumped by his long time girlfriend,...

    This book was very raw and dove right into ideas and circumstances that are very complex and deep. Overall, it was very good! The characters were very multi-dimensional and you could see how they developed and began to figure out themselves as the story progressed. While I loved th...

    A road-trip novel by Maine author, Megan Frazer Blakemore, tackles issues of depression and sexual abuse. Missing pop star Adrian Wildes is the impetus for siblings Lexi and Charlie, along with their gay neighbor Zack, to being their trip during February vacation. The spontaneous road ...

    The plot of this is somewhat predictable, but I really enjoyed Blakemore's writing. The characters felt real to me, sometimes they said and did things that were inconsiderate or stupid, but they never tipped into unlikable. They were just dealing with stuff the best they could. The...

    I enjoyed this book! However I did have some issues with it. Overall I sympathized with the main character Lexi. She's a likable character and as the book goes on you really understand why she is the way she is. I felt that the dynamic between her and her brother was really relatable a...

    Lexi's brother hasn't gotten off the couch in months, after being dumped and dropping out college. When he suddenly decides he cares deeply about the disappearance of celebrity, Adrian Wildes, Lexi has no choice but to watch over him as he drags them on a road trip of snark and discove...

    Megan Frazer Blakemore, Good and Gone, Senior fiction. Good and Gone is a book that gives an explanation at the beginning of the storyline. In my opinion at the start, we get introduced for a big percentage of the story. When I first starting reading, it was boring because it tol...

    I don't know why I expected more from this title. It had some good moments but over all pretty average. Spoiler: enters some interesting ground when the authors main protagonist reveals that she was raped by her boyfriend but stays with him. Very complex but too many weak parts in betw...

    A book that is packed with timely issues for all teens to be aware of and talking about. It took me some time to warm up to Lexi but in the end, I understood her better. Lots of different emotions throughout this book! Thanks to the author for providing an ARC for my review. ...

    A classic YA road trip novel that tackles current issues. Blakemore does a great job with the dialogue. This felt very different than her other books. I liked the edgy wit. For fans of John Green and David Arnold. ...

    Oh, this book was pretty great! It's a slow, reflective book, but it's fairly short, and I enjoyed it! Of going on a road trip to find a missing pop star, and dealing with personal issues that were why they were doing this! So great! ...

    3.5 ...

    Really nice road trip story, but the there were some holes in the plot and as much as I sympathized with the characters, they still got on my nerves. ...

    1.5 Stars ...

    Ummm.... Idk. This book didn't really get me in the feels like I thought it would. Had some good moments in it, but... It was an okay read. :/ ...

    3.75 stars. ...

    I would have liked this book more if the main characters had had as much depth as the secondary characters. ...

    Good and Gone, by Megan Frazer Blakemore, will have the reader feeling confused in the beginning but as the realistic fiction story goes on, it will be the most relatable story to today?s teenager. It takes place at Lexi?s home, where she lives with her parents and older brother. L...