Thursday, January 26, 2012

My thoughts on "WHEREVER YOU GO" by Heather Davis

Wherever You GoWherever You Go by Heather Davis

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book had a great ending.

The story is told from several different pov's...the MC, Holly, her dead boyfriend, Rob and her current boyfriend, Jason.

There are so many different things going on in this story, but they all loop together, that it makes it sort of difficult to explain the story.

Holly is the MC, who has lost her boyfriend when they get into a car accident months before and he dies. Holly also has a lot that she has to do at home, living with a single mom who works two jobs and having a younger sister. Before long her grandfather, who has Alzheimer's, comes to stay with them too and she has even more to take on.

Then you have Rob, her dead boyfriend, who is still hanging around. He can't communicate with anyone and he is frustrated about this and also because he is still stuck here all by himself.

Jason, who was Robs best friend, who is interested in Holly, finally makes his move. I think this is my favorite part of the book. Even though I am not a big lovey person when it comes to books, the things that Jason does for Holly is nothing short of love. He extends himself and sacrifices so much for her.

Aldo, Holly's grandfather, has the ability to communicate with Rob and he helps Rob to realize and admit to some things. Eventually helping him to cross over.

This story has so much in it. Heartache, love, sacrifice, courage, friendship, forgiveness. Even though each chapter had all the different pov's, everything came together so well. And the ending-the very last part, where Rob is talking, brought tears to my eyes.

Well done, Heather!

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