Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Book Review: The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith

Book: The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith
Genre: YA Contemporary
Rating: ★ ★ ★   ☆ 

Slowly but surely I've made my way through all these books from this author that have a similar YA romance theme. This one is about a guy and girl who live in the same NY apartment building (she in a nice apartment and he in the basement as the janitor's son) and one day they get stuck in the elevator together, just for short while. But it's long enough that now they start noticing each other everywhere.

Well, that night when the power doesn't come back on and they find themselves both alone (parents otherwise occupied) they hangout out on the roof together all night. So it's a bit longer than just the elevator!

But then their paths don't cross that much. And our girl ends up going to London and Scotland with her parents and then our boy ends up traveling across the US with his dad, both of them trying to come to grips with their lives... and yet still thinking about each other all the time.

They send postcards. But after awhile even that stops.

So where does the story go then? Maybe they'll somehow find each other even though there is all this space between?


As with all of her books, I found it to be a fun and sweet story. Cute romances... all of them! I was frustrated that these two weren't together for most of the book, but still. It was fun!


  1. That’s weird that they’re hardly together but it still sounds cute.

  2. I haven't read anything by this author, but I've seen a lot of buzz about this novel. Glad you enjoyed it!

  3. I've only read one Jennifer E. Smith, but I liked it. I want to read more, but TOO MANY BOOKS TO READ!



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