The Way to Somewhere

The Way to SomewhereTough, Street Smart, And Mouthy, Taylor Jessup Has Always Been The Kind Of Girl Who Knows Exactly How Life Should Be But It Seems The World Around Her Won T Cooperate She Keeps Getting Involved With The Wrong Friends, The Wrong Older Man, Even The Wrong Mr Right Her Relationship With Her Family Is Downright Dysfunctional While Her Mother Is A Holdover From The 1950s, Her Father Embraces The Go Go 1970s With Abandon So Taylor, Left To Her Own Devices, Determines Her Life S Road Map A Plan That Will Get Her Out Of Her House And Out Of Houston A Plan That Will Get Her Somewhere The Way To Somewhere Traces Taylor S Odyssey As She Moves From Teenager To Woman, With Equal Parts Awkwardness, Conflict, And Resolve All The While, Taylor Struggles To Shape Reality Into Her Dreams Of The Forever After When A Complex Romantic Entanglement Leads To A Fascination With Furniture Restoration, Taylor Seems To Have Found The Precise Balance Of Science And Logic That She Desperately Seeks Yet Somehow, Her Experiences Continue To Be Surprising And Disastrous Than Smoothly Aligned, Until Eventually All Of These Wrong Turns Set Her Life Further On Its Own True Course.Resonant And Moving, Funny And Wise, The Way To Somewhere Charts Taylor S Growth As She Flings Herself Headlong Into Sex, Love, Relationships, And Renewal In The End, Taylor S Happiness Hinges On Learning Not Only To Accept But To Embrace Those Elements Of Her Life That She Had Once Tossed Aside In Search Of Better Things.With The Quick Wit Of Tom Perrotta S Bad Haircut And The Emotional Timbre Of Wally Lamb S She S Come Undone, Angie Day S The Way To Somewhere Is An Exceptional Exploration Ofthat Fragile Bridge Between Adolescence And Adulthood, And What Shores Us Up Or Breaks Us Apart. Conmovedor.

Hacia alg n lugar esta escrito en primera persona, y la protagonista, Taylor, nos va contando su d a a d a desde que es un ni a de apenas 13 a os y vive en un entorno familiar dif cil Me gusta el detalle de que la narraci n no es continua, y puedes encontrarte que de un epis
I can t believe I m writing about the same book as all the other reviewers This book is terrible The story is so confusing it literally gave me a headache, the characters are really strange, and the constant swearing is irritating This is the first book I have ever disliked
I would recommend this book to others Mostly to those who enjoy realistic fiction and enjoy reading about the lives of others For example, Taylor s life involved several hardships like death of her father and her parents separation Another would be growing up and how your past can and may effect the future and what you come out to be as a person, b
Shiloh lent me this book to read, so I KNEW it would be good, however when she first gave it to me I wasn t really feeling like reading it, however, Taylor is an awesome character, she is so sad you just want to take her in
There were times that I absolutely loved Taylor She s independent, smart, pretty, willing to take a chance I would recommend this book to the type of kid who lives a little loose but has the ability to move beyond their circumstances and have a
Ehh, it was okay Some parts were well written, others were uplifting I liked how she hated everyone s conventional plans for their lives There were some sad parts, but I guess it s about a person s life, so you should expect that. very goodmuch like she s come undone by wally lamb. Great story line I think many of Taylor s feelings lacked depth I would have rated it higher if her emotional portrayals were developed and descriptive. Wonderful book about a woman who discovers herself a little everyday Charming, engaging, and easy to relate to. Very good coming of age story Easy to relate to the main character Too bad this author hasn t written Irritating overuse of

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  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • The Way to Somewhere
  • Angie Day
  • English
  • 12 January 2017
  • 9780743223324