One of my favorite childhood/teenage novels. I remember going to the library and taking out everything by Judy Blume after I read this one. I must getOne of my favorite childhood/teenage novels. I remember going to the library and taking out everything by Judy Blume after I read this one. I must get my hands on this again!...more
Wow. What a haunting book. Definitely worth the 3.99 I paid for it :)
I literally couldn't put this down. I sat in bed and read this all day. I didn'tWow. What a haunting book. Definitely worth the 3.99 I paid for it :)
I literally couldn't put this down. I sat in bed and read this all day. I didn't plan on doing so but, my goodness, it was captivating and so powerful. I've always been the type to try and think about how I treat people and how you never know what is going on in someone's life and how everything you do affects people. This book illustrated this principle I've always lived by and even though it was a fiction book it reaffirmed in my mind how powerful the interactions you have with people are.
The premise is interesting in itself and the details of the story and the situations that unfold are all too real. A high school student commits suicide and sends a mysterious package with cassettes of her story on them to be passed to 13 people who all have had a hand in someway to why she did it.
Some of the things in the story made me think of things that were similar to things I heard or saw in high school. I wonder if some of the people that had bad reputations really deserved them. If everyone was really how they seemed. If I should have believed some of the things I had heard about people. We all know we shouldn't but we do.
I don't really read much YA so I don't know what is out there but I would venture to say this would be one of the most powerful books a young adult could read....more
What an awesome book! I read this when I was in 5th grade or something like that. I was obsessed with Judy Blume. Need a reread of this. I liked how iWhat an awesome book! I read this when I was in 5th grade or something like that. I was obsessed with Judy Blume. Need a reread of this. I liked how it explored the topic of bullying. I remember just loving this one....more
I have to say I had my doubts on whether or not I would enjoy this book. Despite the fact a good number of people loved it, I just wasn't sold that II have to say I had my doubts on whether or not I would enjoy this book. Despite the fact a good number of people loved it, I just wasn't sold that I would.
However..I really did. I tore through this book. I immediately fell in love with the characters and of Guernsey. I was actually sad to finish the book because I just wanted to see their lives play out.
I stayed up all hours of the night to finish it despite the fact I had to wake up early for work. I honestly don't know what it was about this book that made me love it..but I really did....more
This book is the literary equivalent to the reality show Survivor for me--with the exception that children are actuaReviewed at The Broke and Bookish
This book is the literary equivalent to the reality show Survivor for me--with the exception that children are actually killing each other to survive and are there against their own will. Forget about that fact and throw in hunky Jeff Probst and I'm feeling like I don't have to wait until the next season of Survivor. Disclaimer--I'm a Survivor junky.
It isn't quite that easy to forget about the basic premise of this dystopian young adult novel. It is set in the future when North America, a nation in ruins, is replaced by the nation of Panem. Life in Panem is vastly different from life as it was previously on this continent. The Capitol is the ruling regime over 12 "Districts" and they rule with a strict iron fist and rebellion is not an option. To show their strength, they have set up the yearly Hunger Games in which a boy and a girl from each district must go to a remote location controlled by the Capitol and kill each other as *cue Jeff Probst voice* there can only be ONE sole survivor.
Enter our heroine--Katniss Everdeen. She comes from one of the poorest districts and knows a little bit about surviving. Poster child for the School of Hard Knocks. She, in a way I'll not disclose, gets put into The Hunger Games that she so despises and finds that her big heart and her street smarts conflict with her need to survive this disgusting "game" that is broadcasted throughout all districts. She is an altogether likeable heroine (despite on occasion some bad judgments & naivety ) and could easily outwit, outlast, and outplay ANY former Survivor contestants to date.
I found this one of the best YA books I've ever read. It's certainly different although some people thought it was cliched and predictable. I guess I haven't been reading any of the same books as them to feel that way. I felt it was well written and kept my interest so much that I read it all in one day. I feel like, for me, it was pretty thought provoking as I thought about the situation and how hard it would be to make the decisions that she had to make. How do you maintain who you are after something like that? How do you justify your own survival versus the lives of others?
I thought that the author did a great job with the little character development she was able to do. You get a sense of all the main characters but it's quite hard when most of the characters in the book are dropping off like flies. It the same way I feel with Survivor. You never get a sense of the characters that get ousted out in the first couple tribal councils and you forget who they are almost. In the book, you really start to get to know some of the other contestants that last a little longer and it makes it harder when they die.
Overall a great read. I will definitely be picking up the rest of the series. I'd recommend it to people who enjoy good YA, an adventure, and Survivor junkies like me just waiting for the next season! :) ...more
Oh my soul. OH MY HEART. OH MY THIS BOOK. This is a must for anybody who is married for sure but even if you aren’t married it’s a great story and theOh my soul. OH MY HEART. OH MY THIS BOOK. This is a must for anybody who is married for sure but even if you aren’t married it’s a great story and there is so much to glean from it regarding relationships — especially romantic ones. Estelle and Hannah both raved about this book and THEY WERE 100% RIGHT. It’s freaking amazing. No seriously.
1. As a married lady, this book resonated with me in more depth than I could have imagined: It was a lot like Landline by Rainbow Rowell in the way it made me think about marriage and relationships but this one affected me even more so to be honest. Will and I have been happily married for two years this month and this book made me want to vow to never stop talking, never let apathy lead the way and resentment to build and SO MANY OTHER THINGS because this story broke my heart in ways and I don’t want my marriage to ever get to the point this one did. There were little things that were in this book that scared the hell out of me because some of them I could see happening to us if I’m being honest. The beginnings of things that don’t look like a big deal but ARE. I’d recommend this to everyone but ESPECIALLY YOU MARRIED PEOPLE. It was Thinking Book for sure and I am so thankful for it.
2. From page 1 I was just captured by this story: We know from the start that they are in a bad place so it’s super bittersweet when we get the story of them falling in love. Despite that, I loved learning how they met, their engagement and then life as newlyweds and then we get these chapters of these small cracks in the foundation and then each little section gets progressively sadder and worse with their relationship. I could FEEL the resentment and the anger there. And then we get into the present where they are deciding to separate from each other for a year. I found myself furiously reading because I HAD TO KNOW how it would turn out. I enjoyed watching what Lauren was learning in her year away from him and I just was so nervous to see what would happen at the end of the year. They both learned a lot about themselves/their marriage but would they be able to fix it? I HAD TO KNOW.
3. This book made me WEEP multiple times: There were just so many things about this story that made me emotional — especially the ending. But watching them leave each other, witnessing the sad moments and the loneliness, the doubt, the realizations of where things went wrong. It all just killed me and there were these perfectly written moments that just stirred up something in my heart so forcefully. And when the ending came…I was just a mess. It was just so unflinchingly honest and poignant that my heart couldn’t handle it.
4. I’m so used to reading books about people FALLING IN LOVE that it was refreshing to read something different: Sure, we see the beginnings of their love story but then we start to see this unraveling of it. And I liked that I really didn’t KNOW if they were going to get back together in the end. To watch how hard sometimes you have to work at love was just really refreshing because like the tagline says, “falling in love is the easy part.” And I honestly was glued to this unraveling but then this year of self love and reflecting on the marriage and the love for each other....more
NEW FAVORITE!! Never has a book made me LAUGH OUT LOUD sooo much...much to my boyfriend's embarrassment. It's witty and smart and Jessica Darling andNEW FAVORITE!! Never has a book made me LAUGH OUT LOUD sooo much...much to my boyfriend's embarrassment. It's witty and smart and Jessica Darling and I would have so been BFFs.
This is the funniest book I have ever read! I am not the type of person who laughs out loud too often while reading a book or ever when I am alone..hoThis is the funniest book I have ever read! I am not the type of person who laughs out loud too often while reading a book or ever when I am alone..however..this book had me laughing out loud several times!
Why did Laurie Notaro resonate so well with me?
Well..I think this is basically due to the fact that I felt like everything she was saying was all the things that I think on a daily basis and all the commentary that goes on my head in regards to people and situations..except she is alot more hilarious and can write a hell of a lot better than I can.
Favorite line of the book (maybe because my best friend thinks it describes me to a T.):
(she is talking about how she is not a people person and how she is labeled as "mean" sometimes)
"Now, I really need to point out that I am not indiscriminately mean; I am not mean to people whenever the mean mood strikes me. I feel that I must be provoked first, although my husband disagrees. In all honesty, I really wouldn't even identify myself as a mean person; rather, I would classify myself as a Pointer-Outer of Extraordinary Acts of Incredible Foolishness and, on Occasion, Rudeness. Some people, including my husband, would call these experiences meltdowns, but I would rather consider them Opportunities to Enlighten."
I will read every book written by Laurie. I will!...more
4.5 stars! (Grr Goodreads..I really wish you had half stars so I wouldn't have to be corny and write that whenever I read a book that doesn't fit neatly on your scale)
I need to divulge the fact that I don't typically read Middle Grade fiction but I could not pass this one up. My fascination with history coupled with the fact that my stepdad is a huge Revolutionary War buff (he even does the Washington's Crossing reenactment every Christmas morning) and my childhood obsession to read everything ever written about slavery made this novel a must read for me!
This book did not disappoint me in any way. I felt the shackles come out and bind me to this novel immediately; I knew I couldn't put this down. What a thoroughly captivating novel with memorable characters and moments. Laurie Halse Anderson proves herself to be a masterful storyteller as she deftly weaves together an evocative fight for freedom through the eyes of Isabel, a Loyalist's slave, and the history of a nation's fight for freedom. The novel doesn't openly "tsk tsk" the nation's gross injustices on the slavery front but rather shows, through Isabel, the implications of such a practice and the seeming glaring hypocrisy of a nation who wants to be free yet are not willing to release their slaves but want nothing more than for them to fight for their cause.
At certain points I forgot I was reading a novel meant for a younger audience. The perfectly paced adventure will hook younger readers (as I saw at the LHA event) as well as adults but the impeccable writing and the complexities that lie within the heart of the story, as well as this period in history, will keep adults reading. It was fun to read this book and then converse with my Revolutionary War genius stepfather and talk about the events that were happening in the novel only to learn even more about the particular event--e.g. the fire in New York City--not a spoiler as it is in the history books!
I really appreciated Anderson's dedication to keeping the novel pretty much in line with the historical facts. I loved that she focused on the struggle between the Loyalists and the Rebels in New York City as it is an area that often gets overlooked and it really is quite compelling--as I learned further from my step dad. I found the inclusion of pieces from real documents and letters from this time period at the beginning of the chapter to be fascinating and was glad that she added them.
Isabel is a character that you will find yourself remembering for a long time to come. She's strong, resilient and entirely loyal to the ones that she loves and cares for. Reading this book felt reminiscent of the feelings that I felt while reading Little House on the Prairie or Little Women as a child. I felt myself wholly transported to another time and side by side with Isabel in her fight. There were moments where I felt like Isabel wasn't quite true to the times, either because of speech or questionable actions, but for the most part I felt like she was convincingly written.
The only thing I found to be irksome was the incredibly short chapters. I'd get really into the story and then I was jolted into a new chapter. However, I thought about the fact that this was written for a younger audience with a shorter attention span than mine and found that it was probably perfect for them and I just needed to deal with that minor inconvenience.
My final thought: Amazing! I don't care if you don't read MG or YA books, if you like a good historical novel--pick this up! It isn't a wonder that the kids at the signing I went to were hanging on to every word that Laurie uttered and were completely enamored with this novel. It is compelling and the ending will leave you rushing out to by Forge! I think this would be an awesome novel to complement a social studies lesson on this time period....more
Honestly..one of the best books I have ever read. It had me laughing, crying, learning, loving, having "heavy boots", and a multitude of other emotionHonestly..one of the best books I have ever read. It had me laughing, crying, learning, loving, having "heavy boots", and a multitude of other emotions. I could not put it down. I did not it to end. It was truly an amazing book and I know that my words will never do it justice. Where could I even begin?...more
I went through a reading slump and so I promised myself I wasn't going to pressure myself into writing a review. I did put some vagrant thoughts aboutI went through a reading slump and so I promised myself I wasn't going to pressure myself into writing a review. I did put some vagrant thoughts about this book on my blog--The Perpetual Page-Turner -- but I really didn't feel like it was a real review to put up here. haha....more
Favorite! One of my good friends recommended this to me and I just found myself really connected to both characters. Sometimes it's nice to read aboutFavorite! One of my good friends recommended this to me and I just found myself really connected to both characters. Sometimes it's nice to read about characters that are around your same age--it's hard to find good college aged characters....more
This book inspired my "WTF! Why is this book not more popular" shelf on here!
This was absolutely one oFrom the "Final Thoughts" portion of my review:
This book inspired my "WTF! Why is this book not more popular" shelf on here!
This was absolutely one of the most fun romps I’ve had in contemporary YA since I first read Sloppy Firsts. I fell in love with Audrey and all the rest of the characters (minus Sharon – ew!). It was LOL-inducing and I just couldn’t stop reading to find out what more crazy shenanigans Audrey was going to have to endure with her newfound fame. If you are looking for a TRULY fun and happy read with a hilarious plot and some swoony moments, then I’d definitely pick this up. I know many of you are Jessica Darling fans so I’d highly recommend this one as I think Audrey and Jessica are each other’s spirit animals. LOVED LOVED LOVED. It was definitely what I needed after reading so many heavy issue books lately.
Live can change in a moment--a single moment and everything that you once knew as your life has vanished and is replaced by a new reality. Mia, a highLive can change in a moment--a single moment and everything that you once knew as your life has vanished and is replaced by a new reality. Mia, a high school senior and talented cellist, finds herself in one these moments and faces an impossible choice between leaving it all behind or forging a new life out of the pieces that are left behind. It's either life or death. Literally.
WOW. I finished this book feeling a myriad of emotions. My boyfriend looked over to ask me how it was as he heard me close the book, in the signature way I do upon finishing a book, and saw me sitting there with tears streaming down my face. He started to ask about it and I just started mumbling incoherent things and slammed the book on the table and kept saying, "Wow. Just wow" and "I'm never going to freaking be able to wait until April to get my hands on the next book." This book was pretty powerful for me.
I need to first point out that if you see the paperback copy of this book and notice that there is a blurb by USA Today saying "Will appeal to fans of Stephanie Meyer's Twilight"---make sure you ignore this. Apparently whoever wrote this blurb either read the wrong book or was all hopped up on something. Just saying. Yes, there is a romantic element to this book, but I did not see any sparkly vampires or Taylor Lautner-esque werewolves roaming the pages of this book. Aside from the romantic aspect, which is a part of many books, I could not really grasp that correlation. So please, I beg you to listen to ME and not USA Today. While we are on the topic of the romantic element, it is a sweet romance that isn't annoying or over the top. I loved their relationship. It makes you love "love" and appreciate it in the rawest of moments.
If I Stay is emotionally gripping and will genuinely move you. I think that it is realistic nature of the tragedy that gets to you because we've all either experienced something similar or have seen it on the news. It's one of those truly tragic stories that you know could happen to you--and that is frightening. I'm such a worrier and think about death too much anyways because of grief that I have experienced in my own life so this one hit me hard. Nobody wants to start thinking about losing loved ones but this book certainly elicits strong enough emotions to carry over into that kind of thinking. It felt authentic and real rather than contrived like the author was playing puppeteer to your heartstrings.
Gayle Forman wasted NO time in delivering the blow. It took me off guard like any tragedy does in real life--one moment life is just rolling on and BAM. When everything happened I said, outloud, "Well, SHIT." I don't know if I said it to my boyfriend or just to myself outloud but I couldn't keep it in but from that moment until I finished this book four hours later, I felt completely invested in the life of Mia and her family. I felt like I was a part of this tragedy and being in Mia's head was no easier. I kept asking myself what I would do. I couldn't come up with a clear answer even having dealt with situations were I had to keep on trucking through life without someone.
I thought Forman did an excellent job balancing the present with memories from the past and learning more about her family, friends and Adam made it all the harder. I felt the weight and the importance of Mia's decision. I love when an author makes me feel so connected to characters! This isn't a book where things are happening over a span of time. It's kind of slow-moving but this makes sense and I never found myself bored at all despite the fact that the present takes place in a span of 24 hours. I won't say much about the ending but I'm going to cry, scream and kick to get my hands on an ARC of the next book so I don't have to wait until April 2011. There is just no way I can do that.
My final thought: Gayle Forman has created an emotionally stirring novel that will leave you contemplating life, love and those moments that matter. There is much beauty alongside the sadness of loss and the complexity of grief; the glimmer of hope and beauty is what keeps you from having a complete mental breakdown while reading this book. It's that real. If you are an emotional person like myself or have experienced loss, you'll need to break out the box of tissues. Make sure it's the extra soft kind. ...more
WOW! I didn't think it was possible to rival my love for The Hunger Games but this one did it for me! I've really gotten more attached to the characteWOW! I didn't think it was possible to rival my love for The Hunger Games but this one did it for me! I've really gotten more attached to the characters in this one and I think Suzanne does a good job digging a little deeper into them. LOTS of action and twists and turns! This was the perfect pick as part of my readathon experience this past weekend!...more
One thing you should probably know about me before I proceed with my review. I suffer from wanderlust, the travel bug, or whatever name you feel compeOne thing you should probably know about me before I proceed with my review. I suffer from wanderlust, the travel bug, or whatever name you feel compelled to call it. If I could explore the world for the rest of my life, I'd be a happy camper. That being said, you can imagine how giddy I was when this book showed up in my mailbox. I immediately got the goosebumps like I do before I travel caused by that feeling of exploring the unknown and the thrill that there may be an adventure in your immediate future.
I started this book and within a page or so I already had one question. Can I join this family? I mean, for real, this family is kickass. They spend 10 years meticulously planning and saving up for this "World-the-Round trip" (and yes, that's World the Round) in which they will travel around the world for 52 weeks with their two children that are 8 and 11. That would be enough to make most parents break out in a sweat and bring them to their knees with anxiety. And did I mention that for a good chunk of this time they will be cycling via tandem bikes from London to Istanbul with children and luggage in tow?
This decently thick travelogue is set up like an itinerary with excerpts of the family's personal journal entries placed in various parts of the stories. There are also added goodies that were included. The book is set up so that at different points you will come to a place where you an go on to Google Earth to visually be a part of their trip. You'll see pictures, videos, and additional text. I found myself checking out a few of them (and will probably check out more at some point) but found it a little distracting while reading to stop and get on my computer. And the likelihood of someone reading this all in front of a computer is pretty slim. Really cool feature to the book but the novelty wears off after awhile.
Anyways, this book is exceptional. I mean it. The Higham family adventure is one of the best vacations I've had from the comfort of my plush little chair. John Higham carefully creates a scrapbooks of sorts as he balances recounting the sights and the scenery (and some interesting facts along the way!) with the family's personal thoughts and experiences as they face the unknown and explore some of the most beautiful places in the world. He touches delicately on the frustrations and annoyances in traveling with one's family (such as how two adults can have alone time??) and shares the joys of experiencing the world and growing together as a family. Alot of travelogues I've read drag in places but he really knows when not to linger on one country for too long and how to balance reflection, descriptions of people and scenery, and insights on history and culture.
Whether he is describing eating ham sandwiches for months, the challenges of "luggage Tetris" or homeschooling kids on the road--be prepared to experience the good humor that the family maintains throughout. I'm not sure I could find the humor in French campgrounds with no toilet paper or being stranded in remote places. But somehow this family is able to face defeat, give it a swift blow to the groin and keep on pedaling through some of the biggest hurdles and trials that one could face whilst traveling.
The best part about this book, for me, is that this family seems to be navigating by the same principle of travel that I believe in. Traveling is so much more than snapping photographs in front of historic sites and staying in posh hotels. True, those are all elements that can make a great trip, but traveling is really about the rich experiences with other cultures and viewing the world as one gigantic classroom. It's, as John Higham points out, "about discovering how people all over the world are similar, yet different in profoundly subtle ways, and how because of those very differences we were always able to find something to eat, something to wear, and somewhere to sleep."
It helps you to realize that at the end of the day "humankind in all its wonderful weirdness is the same all over the planet."...more
IMMEDIATELY UPON FINISHING REVIEW: <333 If you saw my face right now I have googly heart eyes. Morgan Matson keeps solidifying her fave status forIMMEDIATELY UPON FINISHING REVIEW: <333 If you saw my face right now I have googly heart eyes. Morgan Matson keeps solidifying her fave status for me. Review to come!!
Morgan Matson is one of my favorite authors ever. Her books always just strike the right chord within me and I connect emotionally and always just love the story, the writing and the characters. Since You’ve Been Gone, I’m happy to report, kept that trend alive…but in a different way for me. Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour and Second Chance Summer were really, really personal for me because they dealt a lot with grief and loss. There was that personal connection there for me. This one there wasn’t that same HUGELY personal element (though I connected quite a bit in ways) but it proved my love for Morgan Matson’s books even more fiercely because DAMN can she write a story that sucks me in, makes me love the characters, makes me swoon and gives me all sorts of emotions. Since You’ve Been Gone, like her other books, just does it all for me. That perfect feeling of getting lost in a great book.
So let’s talk:
1. I’m used to Morgan Matson’s books making me cry (okay SOB FEROCIOUSLY in the case of Second Chance Summer) but Since You’ve Been Gone just made me grin like a fool — allegedly…according to Will who apparently watches me while I read but I’m too absorbed to notice. Okay, he’s right though. My face hurt from grinning so much. This book gave me happy feels and I did some happy crying at times. I could produce for you a whole LIST of these moments that made my heart happy or made me giggle. This book is sweet, heartfelt and a wonderful story about friendship and really finding yourself. I just felt giddy the whole time I was reading it. And the relationship between Emily and Frank made my heart melt like an ice cream on a hot day…just a sticky sweet puddle of heart eyed feelings. Ooh the friendship and then the tension.
2. I love lists and I loved watching Emily deal with Sloane’s list: I was so pissed at Sloane for leaving Emily with no explanation..just this list. Like YOU HAVE SOME SPLAINING TO DO, Sloane. WHERE ARE YOU? I half wanted Emily to crumple the list up but obviously I was happy she was going to tackle the list because I was so interested in what some of them meant and HOW she would do some of them (skinny dipping, kiss a stranger, steal something). It was a super fun premise and I felt like each thing on the list helped me to get to know Emily AND Sloane even more. Obviously watching Emily go out of her comfort zone with this list was a given, which I’ll talk about below, but I felt like I got to know Sloane in learning where some of these list items came from and WHY she put them on her. I’m a bucket list enthusiast so I was excited about this premise.
3. I loved experiencing Emily figure out who she was apart from Sloane: I don’t know about you but I’ve had the experience of being in relationships (friendships/romantic/otherwise) where I don’t know who I am apart from the person and it’s only when I’m forced to confront that absence that I start to realize how strongly my identity was in those people. Doing these things on Sloane’s list helped her to start to figure out who she was without Sloane there. Sloane had been such an integral part in her past couple years and Sloane was the driving force of their fun and excitement. I loved watching Emily be brave, in the small and big moments, and start to figure out who she was while tackling this list. Even though at first she was doing this list in hopes it would help her find Sloane, she began to do it for herself. Her growth was wonderful to watch and she honestly kind of inspired me.
4. I loved the focus on friendship: Without Sloane, Emily really didn’t have any other friends so I loved watching her meet some new people like Dawn, Frank and Matthew. I just loved them so much and loved how they ended up helping her with the list and it really became less about this THING she was doing for Sloane but for herself and with these new friends. I also really loved how this experience really gave her perspective on her friendship with Sloane and really added even more depth to it when she eventually figured out what happened with Sloane. All these friendship feels made me miss that feeling of making new friends — those friends who end up being your partners in crime, the ones you tell all your secrets to, etc.
5. Morgan Matson gives me an experience: I could say this about her other books but I think maybe I felt like it with this one even more. She makes me feel like I am really involved in the story with the details she gives and how she takes her time in the best way possible to get you to feel it and to KNOW the characters. She just doesn’t paint me a picture of the scene and of the feelings but she makes me feel and experience everything. I feel like I’m there in the midst of it all. I feel the pain of missing Sloane, the fear of doing the things on the list, the thrill of the moment they skinny dipped,the awkwardness of making new friends and seeing Emily’s ex boyfriend. I couldn’t contain my reactions and feelings at times — the laughs escaped, the happy tears fell, the tension constricted my heart and the love just flowed.
6. FRANK FRANK FRANK. That’s all. Also, that boy has excellent taste in music. Okay, so maybe that’s not all. So often in YA I see these boys who are not in fact teenage boys but like supposed to be hot, hunky man candy with all the right moves and words. Frank made me swoon like a school girl in love but he was not perfect or mysterious or anything. He was a teenage boy who was smart and had so many facets to who he was. He felt like somebody I would have REALLY fallen for. And I loved the friendship that he and Emily built. MY HEART. I would like to guarantee a Frank for my nieces and if I ever have daughters (I mean, unless they aren’t into boys). WEAK IN THE KNEES FOR FRANK!
7. Be happy, fans of Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour…the music playlists are back!! And they are so, so good though Morgan said they are a little different in the final copy!