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    Something I will never forget!

    I don't typically read a ton of YA because often times it's too young for my taste. But I completely loved The Impossible Vastness of Us—finding it hard to put down for even one second when life (aka kids) were demanding my attention. The Impossible Vastness of Us is the story of India Maxwell. India has had a rough life to date only to be made worse when her mother decides to get remarried and move them across the country to Boston. In Boston, India is thrust into a high society life—something that is so completely opposite of how she was raised. In her new school, she must start again making friends and attempting to rise to the top of popularity though finding it hard with her very popular and unfriendly sister-to-be Eloise and her seemingly snobby friends. Without giving anything away because this book was so completely well done and so captivating that you need to read it on your own, The Impossible Vastness of Us touches upon several relevant issues in life today. Most importantly this is India's journey—a journey in learning who she is, finding trust again in others, opening herself up to allow people in and of course opening her heart up to love. And while I was completely enthralled by this journey, I wanted more when it came to the ending. But I guess that's the case with every good book that a reader is always left wanting more—more story, more information, more after the end. This was a completely different book than I have ever read from this author before and I loved it. Most especially the characters who I want to know more about... And while I know that this is a standalone, I hope that Young will continue on this YA path as the young love romance, the storyline, the writing, the characters made for such a beautifully epic book. The Impossible Vastness of Us is one of the few YA books that I have read and loved over the years and it is something that I will never forget <3
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    EXCELLENT, BUT TOO SHORT

    I really enjoyed this book. My three star rating is due to sloppy, unfinished ending; there were at least 2 - 3 more chapters that would have brought this story to a satisfying ending. All three teens: India, Eloise, and Finn are well rounded, interesting characters with flaws and virtues. You can't help but root for them, hurt for them. I really hope there will be a sequel to this story. Excellent read.
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