The Map from Here to There
It's senior year, and Paige Hancock is finally living her best life. She has a fun summer job, great friends, and a super charming boyfriend who totally gets her. But senior year also means big decisions. Weighing "the rest of her life," Paig ...more
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Format: Print book
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Availability: 5 copies available, 2011 people requesting
Giveaway dates: Sep 01 - Oct 01, 2019
Countries available: U.S. and Canada
representation: side f/f couple, minor lgbt characters
content warnings: anxiety and panic attacks, car accidents
✨ ARC kindly provided by Bloomsbury YA in exchange for an honest review ✨
This fell victim to the overplayed trope of after high school relationships. Sometimes those are done well, sometimes they’re boring. If I wasn’t already invested in these characters from the first book, I honestly wouldn’t have cared. Paige seemed very whiny and was not good at all at standing up for herself — which was supposed to be the entire lesson she learned in the first book? She’s s ...more
1/2/19 - i recently checked this book and the release date has been pushed back to october 2019. i'm not sure if i should be mad because it's been pushed back or i should be happy because of the fact that if this b ...more
"Would they ever guess how strong we were from carrying each other?"
The friendships, the families, the romance...so real and relatable, excellent representation of anxiety, many misty-eyed moments. How I have not heard of this author until now? Adding all of her books to the TBR.
August 2017: Don't mind me, crying because I have to wait two years until this book comes out.
The Map From Here to There serves as a sequel to Emery Lord’s The Start of Me and You. While it would be better to have read the first book first, it’s not actually a complete requirement to enjoy this one.
Weeks before the start of her senior year, Paige’s relationship with Max is just beginning. But at the same time, her world that she’s made in Indiana may be coming to an end. Faced with questions about where to g ...more
After a hard junior year, Paige is ready to head into senior year with a new outlook. She has a four wonderful friends, an awesome boyfriend, and a part time job. So why is she so stressed about everything? She feels like every decision she makes causes her anxiety to ratchet up another notch. How will she make all these decisions without combusting?
The Map From Here to There is a sequel to Lord's The Start of Me and You and ...more
I think I'm going to have a love hate relationship with this book...unless Emery Lord decided to write another...I will GLADLY follow Max and Paige to college! Okay so things I LOVED: MAX, MAX and MAX. Also I loved that a YA book talked about endometriosis and mental health. I seriously cheered out loud when this happened.
Bravo Ms. Lord!
A great YA book can talk about real issues and still be rooted in heart and lo ...more
Sarah Dessen and Jenny Han fans will really enjoy this sequel to Lord’s “The Start of Me and You.” There’s a lot to sympathize here, as our protagonist Paige struggles with deciding on a college and trying to balance her relationship, friendships, and work in her senior year. My only complaint is - spoiler - the book ends rather abruptly. Maybe Lord is planning a third book? Because I really want to know which college!
Review when I’ve recovered. Or possibly reread and begged for a sequel.
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