Once Upon a Road Trip review by GSracegirl
Once Upon a Road Trip
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Chick Lit
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Age at time of review - 12
Reviewer's Location - Rutland, Vermont, United States
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Once Upon a Road Trip by Anglia N. Blount is about a girl named Angie.  She is a typical high school student.  Angie goes on a road trip after she graduates high school.  She decides that she needs to learn more about herself, and that is supposedly what this road trip is for.   Angie pans for her route to go from Minnesota to Alabama and back.  With Angie's less than stellar navigation of the United States, Angie gets herself stuck in the middle of a love triangle between one supercute boy who she refused to date but has a crush on, and a cute boy who she is procrastinating saying no to. There is also the boy who she is in love with and he dumps her.  Angie does not know whether or not to move on and choose one of the two desperate boys or to stay alone and pity herself.


Once Upon a Road Trip by Anglia N. Blount is an adventure filled book about a girl who drives across the country and back alone.  I thought that this book was very well written.  Once Upon a Road Trip is a book that is suitable for middle school students.  I would recommend this book to a friend. This book covered every topic I enjoy, romance, adventure, and self-struggle.  Once Upon a Road Trip has some parts where not much is going on and they seem stretched out, but over all I would read it again

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Content rating - mature content

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This book has some swear words in it, and some are sensored out. This book also talks about some mature topics.




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