Tuesday, May 27, 2014
The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith
Lucy and Owen meet for the first time when they get stuck in an elevator during a city-wide blackout. After being rescued they spend the rest of the night together getting to know each other. It's the start of a relationship . . . or is it? The next thing you know Lucy and Owen have both moved away. At first they keep in contact. But then it starts to slip away. After multiple moves for both -- they get the chance to meet again. Will they take that chance? Or let it slip away?
This is a typical Jennifer E. Smith book. It deals with the relationship between teenagers and what it takes for that relationship to work. There are obstacles to overcome - both individually and together. The characters learn about themselves and life in general as they move through the story. A great read!