Leila is on a road trip across America to see the northern lights. Along the way she meets Hudson, a car mechanic in pursuit of a college scholarship, Bree, a runaway who seizes every Tuesday, Elliot, a movie fanatic who will do anything for true love, and Sonia, a girl trying to balance love and loss at the same time.
I really enjoyed this novel. The story is told in five parts, the first four being the people she meets on her road trip, and the last being Leila herself. I really liked this set up of the novel, because it separated the different stories, making it easier to read.
I liked how even though the stories of each person are separate, Leila still mentioned the other people as she went on. It helped with the feeling of continuity in the novel.
I loved how Leila reveals a little more about herself with each person she meets, until finally you find out her whole story. I even found myself tearing up a little bit when by the end of the novel.
I think this novel was great because while Leila helps the people she meets, they also help her by teaching her much needed lessons.
This novel is perfect for lovers of John Green, as it reminded me of Paper Towns. I would recommend this novel to readers of John Green and other similar authors.