Elsewhere Book Review:

I remember when I moved to another school I remember entering my class and there was a book shelf and everybody was interested in reading twilight(which I did love those books as well lol) but for some reason this book with a snow-globe on the cover caught my attention with a unique simple name labeled on the snow globe “elsewhere”.  I also didn’t even want to read the mini summaries that books have on the back, this was the first time I felt like the book chose me might sound weird or lame to you but I was very curious and excited to read it. As soon as I did I was obsessed with the storyline. It was so well written and it always made me want to keep reading.

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Elsewhere by: Gabrielle Zevin

The story of Liz was beautiful,sad and funny. The story is about a 15 yr old who is killed in a hit-n-run. When she wakes up she on a cruise she soon finds out that she has to live life with her grandma who she never got a chance to meet in Elsewhere; where people age backwards. I do not want to spoil the book because it was so good and it was actually nice to read something different, I read this book in 8th grade and I am in college now still thinking about it, it is a thought-provoking book. I cried my little heart out so much through the sad parts but it also made me feel like there was hope left and how people grieve loss not only her family but for Liz as well because she lost her future but gained something else in return ,which you will have to read to find out. This book was very lovely and I will always remember it. You fall in love with story, the characters and how unique this story really is. I hope one day again that a book attracts my attention the way this one did.

I would give this book a five-star rating because the flow of the story was so neat and it will definitely have you hooked and sobbing like a baby, every time someone ask me about a book I could recommend them I would recommend them this book trust me you will not regret it.

xoxo,

Justalovelygal ❤

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