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The Geography of You & Me- Review

Title: The Geography of You & Me
Author: Jennifer E. Smith
Release Date: April 15th 2014
Rating: 8/10

So this is the latest contemporary novel written by Jennifer E. Smith. I personally believe that it is better than This is What Happy Looks Like, probably because of the writing as I do not like reading in present tense. It was a really cute love story, like a modern fairy tale with a twist of fate. It’s about a girl called Lucy and a boy named Owen who meet in an elevator during a power shortage in New York. Even though they’ve just met they feel a connection to each other but Lucy has to move half across the world which puts their relationship at risk. I totally recommend this book if you are looking for a cute, romantic book!

*SPOILERS DO NOT CONTINUE IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE BOOK*

This book was a really cute cheesy book which I thoroughly enjoyed. It was nice to watch Owen and Lucy slow grow closer through emails and postcards.

I liked how Jennifer E. Smith chucked in Paisley and Liam to add friction between Owen and Lucy. Throughout the book you also get to learn a little bit about the culture of the European countries.

The whole postcard thing going on between Owen and Lucy was so cute. The ending was cheesy but it was good- sitting on top of rooftops over looking New York.

It was cheesy but it was refreshing, because I’ve been reading so many books with twists and turns, it was nice reading a novel with a cheesy ending.

I really want to read The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight which is another contemporary written by Jennifer E.Smith!

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