Sometimes you have to leave your life behind to find your place in the world.
I LOVED this book. It follows the journey of Peyton King who was severely bullied throughout school and then had a traumatic experience with people she thought were her friends at college. As a result of this Peyton goes on a trip to Canada to figure out who she is. This book taught me a lot about finding yourself as well as being independent and making your own choices. Peyton was extremely relatable, and I enjoyed how this book had 2 tenses so you could connect to the character easily. The friends that she made in Canada were also written well, each with different experiences that people could relate to. The only thing I would be careful of is the age of reader this is intended for. It is suggested for 14+ but I would just make sure that the reader was mature and was aware of the topics in this book. Rebecca, Mostly Books Youth Ambassador