How I Spent My Summer Vacation by Elizabeth Fields

Story: L is ready to enjoy the summer before she’s off to college. She and her best friend Leah have decided to make this the best summer ever. But it’s slowly turning out to be the same kind of summer from prior years. That is until they find out their favorite band Brick Party Sundae is touring through Texas. L and Leah decide the only way to make this an epic summer is to follow them on tour. On their journey to their best summer ever they learn a lot about themselves. But most of all they also are introduced to a side of each other they didn’t know, making them question their friendship.

Our rating: 4 out of 5 rocking stars

Review: Who does not want to follow their favorite band on tour? Actually Chelsea, one of our reviewers, got to experience this when she followed Phish one summer across the country. She said a lot of this book reminded her of what she went through. Including getting to see another side of her friends. This is another one of those books that really is YA and not an adult book trying to hide itself under the YA genera. L and Leah’s friendship is believable, and it’s great to see how it unravels. What they experience with their friendship is what most teenage girls go through when they are getting ready to go their separate ways after high school ends. This book is a great read. Elizabeth makes you feel like you’re also part of their journey. This another book you should add to your summer reads.

So, put on your favorite tunes and read How I Spent my Summer Vacation

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**We received this book for free as a lend by the author. We were not bribed or paid in any way for this review. **

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