The following is an honest review of The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody and my suggested age rating.
Synopsis of The Geography of Lost Things
Ali suddenly becomes in possession in her absent father’s 1968 firebird convertible, she’s in need of money and couldn’t care less about anything her father has owned. She instantly finds someone interested in purchasing it 300 miles away. Ali will do anything to get the money she needs to save her childhood home, even having to drive hundreds of miles with her ex boyfriend Nico. Nico is full of many ideas to get the money fast by “trading up” instead of selling the car. This trip is full of surprises for Ali and she realizes that her father wasn’t as carefree as he seemed, and lots of things aren’t what they seemed.
Review of The Geography of Lost Things
The Geography of Lost Things is a fun contemporary, second chance romance, with a road trip setting. I loved the main characters Ali and Nico. Ali was a relatable character and somehow Nico (her ex) stayed patient with her. The plot was fun and fast paced in the first half but the end was a bit slow and predictable which I was okay with. I also loved the subplot of trading up with random objects. This book was enjoyable but hard to rate, it was entertaining, had great character development, but also super cliche. Overall a good contemporary romance it was perfect for my plane ride home from my trip and kept me hooked
Age Rating of The Geography of Lost Things
I am giving The Geography of Lost Things an Age Rating of 14 and up
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