The Geography of Lost Things

The Geography of Lost Things

In this romantic road trip story perfect for fans of Sarah Dessen and Morgan Matson, a teen girl discovers the value of ordinary objects while learning to forgive her absent father. After Ali?s father passes away, he leaves his one and only prized possession?a 1968 Firebird convertible?to his daughter. But Ali doesn?t plan on keeping it. Not when it reminds her too much of In this romantic road trip story perfect for fans of Sarah Dessen and Morgan Matson, a teen girl discovers the...

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Title:The Geography of Lost Things
Author:Jessica Brody
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Genres:Contemporary
ISBN:The Geography of Lost Things
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:458 pages pages

The Geography of Lost Things Reviews

  • Andrienne
    Sep 25, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

  • Rachel
    Sep 05, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

    Considering I just devoured this book in only two sittings, it's pretty clear I loved it. I loved Ali and Nico, I loved the "trading items with strangers" plot, and the ending totally made me tear up. There was just something about this book that hooked me immediately - maybe it wa...

    I absolutely loved this book! I am a sucker for road trip books.  The story was good and not cliche and I loved the idea of the characters trading up to make money through out their road trip.  Trading up is trading lesser value items with other people for more expensive items.  For...

    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog! Thank you to Simon Pulse for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I loved everything about this book and for being almost 500 pages, it's a fast one. Once I started, I had to keep going to see whether th...

    I received this product from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody | Book Review THE STORY | Ali is anything but sentimental when it comes to the father wh...

    Absolutely phenomenal. This was one of those books that just hit me at the right place in life. Not only was it expertly crafted, I felt the story and the themes in my soul. I can't say enough good about this book. I immediately put it on my favorites shelf. ...

    About: Ali?s house is being taken away and her mom doesn?t have enough money to save it. So when her dad who abandoned them years back dies, Ali inherits his vintage car. She takes an unexpected road trip to a car shop where she can sell it for enough money to save the house. And w...

    Real rating: 3.5 stars! It was a bit slow going at first but I ended up liking it! ...

  • Kelly Hager
    Oct 05, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

  • Alex
    Nov 12, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

    Considering I just devoured this book in only two sittings, it's pretty clear I loved it. I loved Ali and Nico, I loved the "trading items with strangers" plot, and the ending totally made me tear up. There was just something about this book that hooked me immediately - maybe it wa...

  • Aly
    Nov 24, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

  • Juliana
    Aug 15, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

  • Madison
    Sep 27, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

  • Jenia
    Oct 29, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

    Considering I just devoured this book in only two sittings, it's pretty clear I loved it. I loved Ali and Nico, I loved the "trading items with strangers" plot, and the ending totally made me tear up. There was just something about this book that hooked me immediately - maybe it wa...

    I absolutely loved this book! I am a sucker for road trip books.  The story was good and not cliche and I loved the idea of the characters trading up to make money through out their road trip.  Trading up is trading lesser value items with other people for more expensive items.  For...

    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog! Thank you to Simon Pulse for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I loved everything about this book and for being almost 500 pages, it's a fast one. Once I started, I had to keep going to see whether th...

    I received this product from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody | Book Review THE STORY | Ali is anything but sentimental when it comes to the father wh...

    Absolutely phenomenal. This was one of those books that just hit me at the right place in life. Not only was it expertly crafted, I felt the story and the themes in my soul. I can't say enough good about this book. I immediately put it on my favorites shelf. ...

    About: Ali?s house is being taken away and her mom doesn?t have enough money to save it. So when her dad who abandoned them years back dies, Ali inherits his vintage car. She takes an unexpected road trip to a car shop where she can sell it for enough money to save the house. And w...

    Real rating: 3.5 stars! It was a bit slow going at first but I ended up liking it! ...

    After Ali?s father passes away, he leaves his one and only prized possession?a 1968 Firebird convertible?to his daughter. But Ali doesn?t plan on keeping it. Not when it reminds her too much of all her father?s unfulfilled promises. So when she finds a buyer three hundred mi...

  • Carlene Inspired
    Oct 16, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

  • Andrew
    May 24, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

  • Marie
    Sep 22, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

  • Rissi
    Oct 19, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

    Considering I just devoured this book in only two sittings, it's pretty clear I loved it. I loved Ali and Nico, I loved the "trading items with strangers" plot, and the ending totally made me tear up. There was just something about this book that hooked me immediately - maybe it wa...

    I absolutely loved this book! I am a sucker for road trip books.  The story was good and not cliche and I loved the idea of the characters trading up to make money through out their road trip.  Trading up is trading lesser value items with other people for more expensive items.  For...

    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog! Thank you to Simon Pulse for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I loved everything about this book and for being almost 500 pages, it's a fast one. Once I started, I had to keep going to see whether th...

    I received this product from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody | Book Review THE STORY | Ali is anything but sentimental when it comes to the father wh...

  • La La
    Nov 04, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

  • Trianna
    Jun 12, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

  • Lindsey
    Oct 05, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

  • Jolene
    Nov 20, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

    Considering I just devoured this book in only two sittings, it's pretty clear I loved it. I loved Ali and Nico, I loved the "trading items with strangers" plot, and the ending totally made me tear up. There was just something about this book that hooked me immediately - maybe it wa...

    I absolutely loved this book! I am a sucker for road trip books.  The story was good and not cliche and I loved the idea of the characters trading up to make money through out their road trip.  Trading up is trading lesser value items with other people for more expensive items.  For...

  • Camila
    Nov 10, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Sep 16, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

  • alice (arctic books)
    Aug 14, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

  • Grace {Rebel Mommy Book Blog}
    Sep 18, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

  • Camila Roy ••RoyIsReading••
    Jul 24, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

  • Shreya
    Jul 13, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

  • Skye ~ A Court of Binge Reading
    Sep 01, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

  • Olivia J
    Oct 16, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

    Considering I just devoured this book in only two sittings, it's pretty clear I loved it. I loved Ali and Nico, I loved the "trading items with strangers" plot, and the ending totally made me tear up. There was just something about this book that hooked me immediately - maybe it wa...

    I absolutely loved this book! I am a sucker for road trip books.  The story was good and not cliche and I loved the idea of the characters trading up to make money through out their road trip.  Trading up is trading lesser value items with other people for more expensive items.  For...

    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog! Thank you to Simon Pulse for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I loved everything about this book and for being almost 500 pages, it's a fast one. Once I started, I had to keep going to see whether th...

    I received this product from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody | Book Review THE STORY | Ali is anything but sentimental when it comes to the father wh...

    Absolutely phenomenal. This was one of those books that just hit me at the right place in life. Not only was it expertly crafted, I felt the story and the themes in my soul. I can't say enough good about this book. I immediately put it on my favorites shelf. ...

  • Princessofbookaholics
    Oct 09, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

    Considering I just devoured this book in only two sittings, it's pretty clear I loved it. I loved Ali and Nico, I loved the "trading items with strangers" plot, and the ending totally made me tear up. There was just something about this book that hooked me immediately - maybe it wa...

    I absolutely loved this book! I am a sucker for road trip books.  The story was good and not cliche and I loved the idea of the characters trading up to make money through out their road trip.  Trading up is trading lesser value items with other people for more expensive items.  For...

    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog! Thank you to Simon Pulse for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I loved everything about this book and for being almost 500 pages, it's a fast one. Once I started, I had to keep going to see whether th...

    I received this product from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody | Book Review THE STORY | Ali is anything but sentimental when it comes to the father wh...

    Absolutely phenomenal. This was one of those books that just hit me at the right place in life. Not only was it expertly crafted, I felt the story and the themes in my soul. I can't say enough good about this book. I immediately put it on my favorites shelf. ...

    About: Ali?s house is being taken away and her mom doesn?t have enough money to save it. So when her dad who abandoned them years back dies, Ali inherits his vintage car. She takes an unexpected road trip to a car shop where she can sell it for enough money to save the house. And w...

  • Teenreadsdotcom
    Oct 18, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

    Considering I just devoured this book in only two sittings, it's pretty clear I loved it. I loved Ali and Nico, I loved the "trading items with strangers" plot, and the ending totally made me tear up. There was just something about this book that hooked me immediately - maybe it wa...

    I absolutely loved this book! I am a sucker for road trip books.  The story was good and not cliche and I loved the idea of the characters trading up to make money through out their road trip.  Trading up is trading lesser value items with other people for more expensive items.  For...

    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog! Thank you to Simon Pulse for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I loved everything about this book and for being almost 500 pages, it's a fast one. Once I started, I had to keep going to see whether th...

    I received this product from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody | Book Review THE STORY | Ali is anything but sentimental when it comes to the father wh...

    Absolutely phenomenal. This was one of those books that just hit me at the right place in life. Not only was it expertly crafted, I felt the story and the themes in my soul. I can't say enough good about this book. I immediately put it on my favorites shelf. ...

    About: Ali?s house is being taken away and her mom doesn?t have enough money to save it. So when her dad who abandoned them years back dies, Ali inherits his vintage car. She takes an unexpected road trip to a car shop where she can sell it for enough money to save the house. And w...

    Real rating: 3.5 stars! It was a bit slow going at first but I ended up liking it! ...

    After Ali?s father passes away, he leaves his one and only prized possession?a 1968 Firebird convertible?to his daughter. But Ali doesn?t plan on keeping it. Not when it reminds her too much of all her father?s unfulfilled promises. So when she finds a buyer three hundred mi...

    How well do you get along with your ex? Ali?s father, Jackson, was never around. He didn?t help pay the bills, wasn?t there to see Ali grow up, enter high school, get her first job. Ali and her mother haven?t heard from Jackson for a while, and then the hospital calls. He?...

  • Mariah Bassett
    Nov 07, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

  • Kath (Read Forevermore)
    Sep 05, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

  • Michelle
    Sep 01, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...

    This was a cute book that I flew through in one sitting. It had a fun road trip element (which I am always trash for) which was my favorite part. Other than that, it wasn't amazing and I am probably going to forget everything that happened quite soon. ...

    Every one of her books centers around heartache, which often makes them hard to read. This was hard to read and frustrating at times, but overall, it was sweet. The ending was much better than I anticipated and I?m glad she got some closure. ...

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, I think any review I write will have to contain a lot of excited screaming, but I'm going to try to write cohesive sentences anyways. Coming so...

    The Geography of Lost Things is a fun road trip novel about learning to forgive and starting over. Jessica Brody weaves together a compelling story of second-chance romance and father-daughter relationships, family financial difficulties and learning to see again the value in little th...

    A week before graduation, Ali Collins learn that her father, a man who was, more often than not, absent of her life, died and left her his prized possession : his blue 1968 Firebird convertible. She doesn't intend to keep it, anyway she needs the money to pay the bank and prevent the f...

    **Thank you to NetGalley and to Simon and Schuster for sending me this ARC in exchange for an honest review** The Geography of Lost Things was the contemporary book I didn?t know I needed. I truly loved this story. I think anyone who has a strained relationship with a parent sho...

    Awww que libro tan hermoso, ¡Me dieron ganas de irme de roadtrip! Sentí que literalmente también estaba dentro del viaje y AMÉ el personaje de Nico. Otro detalle que me fascino fue como describían la ruta de los destinos, hacían la historia más real y complementó mi fasci...

    Simple, fun, and easy to read. Great story. Reccomended. ...

    Find me: Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Spotify I am sooo thrilled to be part of the tour organized by Fantastic Flying Book Club for this amazing book. You can check out the tour schedule here. You know that feeling when you read the blurb and you think that you alr...

    I absolutely loved this book.  One of my favorite themes is grief, and this is a unique approach. We all know what it's like to miss people we love, but I don't know what it's like to lose someone you had a complicated relationship with. And Ali's relationship with her dad is mostl...

    This book has a lot going for it-great character development, well-defined plot, interesting scenarios, and superb writing. Ali was abandoned as a child by her father and she was left with his dad?s prized possession-a classic car that might be worth a lot of money. The only thing is...

    Considering I just devoured this book in only two sittings, it's pretty clear I loved it. I loved Ali and Nico, I loved the "trading items with strangers" plot, and the ending totally made me tear up. There was just something about this book that hooked me immediately - maybe it wa...

    I absolutely loved this book! I am a sucker for road trip books.  The story was good and not cliche and I loved the idea of the characters trading up to make money through out their road trip.  Trading up is trading lesser value items with other people for more expensive items.  For...

    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog! Thank you to Simon Pulse for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I loved everything about this book and for being almost 500 pages, it's a fast one. Once I started, I had to keep going to see whether th...

  • Claire  (Jst1MoreChapter)
    Nov 12, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Another fun, romantic yet insightful novel by Jessica Brody. Having read and loved both A Week Of Mondays and The Chaos Of Standing Still, I had high expectations. Fortunately, this book did not disappoint. ...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. The Geography of Lost Things is, as the title suggests, a story about loss, lost things, and a road trip that teaches its main character about forgiveness and love. After her father passes away it seems the hits just keep on coming fo...

    I always enjoy Brody's books, but usually there's a little something that keeps it from getting those all-the-stars. That was not the case with The Geography of Lost Things! Seriously, this is what I looked like when I finished reading this book: I was crying. I was smiling. I w...

    I received a digital arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely LOVE this book. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. Ali is in financial trouble and is losing her childhood home if she can't come up with a hefty sum of money. Her father recently passed away...

    Yay my first Jessica Brody book!! I own several but it took her latest to finally get me to pick one up. So happy I finally did. There was so much to love here: Road Trip!!! Who doesn't love a good road trip in a book??Exes on the Road Trip. I mean you know it's going to be intere...

    An arc of this book was sent to me by Simon Pulse (Simon Teen) in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Rating: 3.5 / 5 The Geography of Lost Things is a fun, cute and quick contemporary read. It has the fun road trip setting, something I?m comple...

    I really liked this one! RTC! ...

    4.5 stars on the blog. When I requested this on Netgalley I thought it was Adult Contemporary Fiction and when I started reading and realized it was YA, I braced myself for a slobbery romance overload, but it never raised its ugly head. Anyone who knows me knows I am allergic to rom...

    Ali's father has done nothing but take and take from her mother. When he dies, he leaves her with his vintage convertible, which he always seemed to care about more than her. When she finds out what it's worth, she decides to sell it so she can save her house from being repossessed. Bu...

    I'll give this 3.5 stars rounded up for a goodreads rating... I enjoyed this, it pulled at my heart strings and I flew through the last half, it was fun and had some really nice moments... but, it just didn't blow me away What I liked: I enjoyed the writing It was cute It wre...