#NewRelease ~ Four Days of You and Me by Miranda Kenneally ~ #Review @MirandaKennealy @SourcebooksFire

Posted May 5, 2020 by Cyndi Becker in 2020, 4 stars, Blog Tour, Coming of Age, Cyndi, New Release, Our Review, Young Adult / 0 Comments

Four Days of You and Me by Miranda Kenneally
Published by Sourcebooks Fire on May 5th, 2020
Genres: Young Adult, Coming of Age
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A new swoon-worthy romance following a couple's love story on the same date over four years.

Every May 7, the students at Coffee County High School take a class trip. And every year, Lulu’s relationship with Alex Rouvelis gets a little more complicated. Freshman year, they went from sworn enemies to more than friends after a close encounter in an escape room. It’s been hard for Lulu to quit Alex ever since.

Through breakups, make ups, and dating other people, each year’s class trip brings the pair back together and forces them to confront their undeniable connection. From the science museum to an amusement park, from New York City to London, Lulu learns one thing is for sure: love is the biggest trip of all.

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Four Days of You and Me is a fast-paced, fun, and nostalgic read. It’s the first book by Miranda Kenneally that I’ve read and after I finished it I immediately picked up another of her books.

I loved the way the story is told, with the focus on the same day, the same event, for each of the four years of high-school. We can really see the progression of the two main characters, Lulu and Alex, and how their enemies to something more evolves. As they navigate their would-be relationship, they experience many high and lows, falling in love, longing for each other, but not always being together. Both are very likable characters, but high school and hormones get in the way sometimes, and decision-making skills aren’t always well developed.

Kenneally does a wonderful job showing us who Lulu and Alex are. There is, of course, a great cast of secondary characters that drive the story along; friends and foes alike. I found myself reminiscing on my own exploits during “fair days”, and in general, thinking about a simpler time. This is a great read to share with the teenagers in your life with no worries about the content (it’s a clean read). If you are an adult who likes a good YA, I heartily recommend this! 4 Stars

~Review by Cyndi

 

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About Miranda Kenneally

Growing up in Tennessee, Miranda Kenneally dreamed of becoming an Atlanta Brave, a country singer (cliché!), or a UN interpreter. Instead she writes, and works for the State Department in Washington, D.C., where George W. Bush once used her shoulder as an armrest. Miranda loves Twitter, Star Trek and her husband.

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