Where She Went, by Gayle Forman: 3/5

Where She Went. Gayle Forman. Book Review: Both Adam and Mia have become successful musicians. But since shortly after the events of If I Stay, they have barely spoken. The break-up has torn Adam apart—and provided fuel for the explosion of his musical career. There is so much Adam wants to tell Mia. And on one serendipitous night in New York, he’ll get the chance. It’s romantic, it’s emotional, and I liked it a bit better than the first book. But sobfests make me feel manipulated, and gosh, did I find these two frustrating together. [Image: pinboard with various ads, including one advertising tour dates with a band called Shooting Star, and one advertising a Carnegie Hall Young Concert Series with Mia Hall]

Good for: I think it’s mostly a catharsis book, for people who are really interested in getting some good crying done. Young adult romance fans, especially those who enjoyed If I Stay may love it.

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3 Responses to Where She Went, by Gayle Forman: 3/5

  1. Whitney says:

    …I really want to read the posters behind the posters.

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