Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between - Jennifer E. Smith
“Sometimes the hardest things are the ones most worth doing.”

I'm still having feels as I write this review. (Ahhhhh!!) I seriously think that Jennifer Smith has never wrote anything bad throughout her whole writing career. I've yet to read Geography Of You and Me but I firmly believe that it'll be amazing like her three other books.

This book gave me sad feels the whole time I was reading it. This whole "let's-break-up-because-we're-going-to-college-and-things-might-not-work-out-if-we-try-to-stay-together" thing is depressing because it does happen to the lot of us. Elaine and Aidan had a couple of hours left to spend their last day in town together so the book is composed of series of stops: each with significant meaning to both of them.

I remember feeling sadder and sadder as I read one stop at a time. But it was all worth the heartache in the end. Right now, my feels are still all over the place and I'm just trying to sound composed as I type everything. Haha!

Jennifer Smith, you never fail to amaze me and give me lots of feels. *sighs*