Here, There, Everywhere

Here, There, Everywhere

Zeus would rather be anywhere than here?Buffalo Falls?the tiny town his family moved to at the end of the school year. Having left all his friends back in Chicago and with nothing to look forward to except helping out at his mother?s café and biking around town with his weird little brother, Zeus is pretty sure this is destined to be the worst summer of his life. But then h Zeus would rather be anywhere than here?Buffalo Falls?the tiny town his family moved to at the end of the ...

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Title:Here, There, Everywhere
Author:Julia Durango
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Genres:Contemporary
ISBN:0062314033
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

Here, There, Everywhere Reviews

  • Bethany Miller
    Feb 18, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

  • Gina
    Mar 12, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

    Bagian Zeus yang sayang adiknya itu lucu, haru. Bagian Zeus yang pacaran bikin mual tapi lucu juga. Haha reviewernya mulai mengalami krisis nilai. Bagian jadi relawan di panti wreda juga bikin haru. Ini termasuk buku yang bolak-balik googling untuk tahu jenis lagu yang disebut di si...

    Zeus and his brother must adjust to life in a small town after living in Chicago. They are being raised by their single mom, who owns a small cafe in the town. At first, he is resentful about leaving all his friends in Chicago. However, as he meets new people and, especially, a talente...

  • Sarah
    Jan 12, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

    Bagian Zeus yang sayang adiknya itu lucu, haru. Bagian Zeus yang pacaran bikin mual tapi lucu juga. Haha reviewernya mulai mengalami krisis nilai. Bagian jadi relawan di panti wreda juga bikin haru. Ini termasuk buku yang bolak-balik googling untuk tahu jenis lagu yang disebut di si...

    Zeus and his brother must adjust to life in a small town after living in Chicago. They are being raised by their single mom, who owns a small cafe in the town. At first, he is resentful about leaving all his friends in Chicago. However, as he meets new people and, especially, a talente...

    It was an easy, quick, read, with good characters. Overall, I would recommend it to someone who enjoys YA romance. ...

    This was a cute read. I wasn?t expecting much more than that I that?s pretty much what I got. Overall I would recommend this book book ...

    Wholesome white bread story. ...

    Inoffensively dull manic-pixie-dream-girl stuff. Nothing to complain about, but I finished it two hours ago and can already barely remember the plot. Not recommended. ...

    This was a sweet romance. I think I'm getting soft in my old age. ...

  • Lia
    Jan 21, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

    Bagian Zeus yang sayang adiknya itu lucu, haru. Bagian Zeus yang pacaran bikin mual tapi lucu juga. Haha reviewernya mulai mengalami krisis nilai. Bagian jadi relawan di panti wreda juga bikin haru. Ini termasuk buku yang bolak-balik googling untuk tahu jenis lagu yang disebut di si...

  • Ms. Yingling
    Apr 20, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

  • Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids
    Dec 31, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

  • Beth Rodgers
    Nov 24, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

  • Winyen
    Dec 14, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

    Bagian Zeus yang sayang adiknya itu lucu, haru. Bagian Zeus yang pacaran bikin mual tapi lucu juga. Haha reviewernya mulai mengalami krisis nilai. Bagian jadi relawan di panti wreda juga bikin haru. Ini termasuk buku yang bolak-balik googling untuk tahu jenis lagu yang disebut di si...

    Zeus and his brother must adjust to life in a small town after living in Chicago. They are being raised by their single mom, who owns a small cafe in the town. At first, he is resentful about leaving all his friends in Chicago. However, as he meets new people and, especially, a talente...

    It was an easy, quick, read, with good characters. Overall, I would recommend it to someone who enjoys YA romance. ...

    This was a cute read. I wasn?t expecting much more than that I that?s pretty much what I got. Overall I would recommend this book book ...

    Wholesome white bread story. ...

  • sue
    Jan 15, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

  • Sarah
    Oct 27, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

  • Kim at Divergent Gryffindor
    Nov 15, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

    Bagian Zeus yang sayang adiknya itu lucu, haru. Bagian Zeus yang pacaran bikin mual tapi lucu juga. Haha reviewernya mulai mengalami krisis nilai. Bagian jadi relawan di panti wreda juga bikin haru. Ini termasuk buku yang bolak-balik googling untuk tahu jenis lagu yang disebut di si...

    Zeus and his brother must adjust to life in a small town after living in Chicago. They are being raised by their single mom, who owns a small cafe in the town. At first, he is resentful about leaving all his friends in Chicago. However, as he meets new people and, especially, a talente...

    It was an easy, quick, read, with good characters. Overall, I would recommend it to someone who enjoys YA romance. ...

    This was a cute read. I wasn?t expecting much more than that I that?s pretty much what I got. Overall I would recommend this book book ...

    Wholesome white bread story. ...

    Inoffensively dull manic-pixie-dream-girl stuff. Nothing to complain about, but I finished it two hours ago and can already barely remember the plot. Not recommended. ...

    This was a sweet romance. I think I'm getting soft in my old age. ...

    This book was an easy read, and I love how it features a Filipina character. I didn't love it, but I really enjoyed it. ...

  • Sue @crushingcinders Holmes
    May 08, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

  • C. L.
    May 05, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

    Bagian Zeus yang sayang adiknya itu lucu, haru. Bagian Zeus yang pacaran bikin mual tapi lucu juga. Haha reviewernya mulai mengalami krisis nilai. Bagian jadi relawan di panti wreda juga bikin haru. Ini termasuk buku yang bolak-balik googling untuk tahu jenis lagu yang disebut di si...

    Zeus and his brother must adjust to life in a small town after living in Chicago. They are being raised by their single mom, who owns a small cafe in the town. At first, he is resentful about leaving all his friends in Chicago. However, as he meets new people and, especially, a talente...

    It was an easy, quick, read, with good characters. Overall, I would recommend it to someone who enjoys YA romance. ...

    This was a cute read. I wasn?t expecting much more than that I that?s pretty much what I got. Overall I would recommend this book book ...

    Wholesome white bread story. ...

    Inoffensively dull manic-pixie-dream-girl stuff. Nothing to complain about, but I finished it two hours ago and can already barely remember the plot. Not recommended. ...

  • Kate Larkindale
    Feb 17, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

  • Rosie Read
    Jan 26, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

  • Stephanie
    Feb 22, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    May 05, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

  • April
    Nov 25, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
    Nov 08, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

  • Alice
    Jan 09, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

  • Grace {Rebel Mommy Book Blog}
    Nov 20, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

  • Dove
    Jun 01, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

  • Audrey
    Jun 26, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

    Bagian Zeus yang sayang adiknya itu lucu, haru. Bagian Zeus yang pacaran bikin mual tapi lucu juga. Haha reviewernya mulai mengalami krisis nilai. Bagian jadi relawan di panti wreda juga bikin haru. Ini termasuk buku yang bolak-balik googling untuk tahu jenis lagu yang disebut di si...

    Zeus and his brother must adjust to life in a small town after living in Chicago. They are being raised by their single mom, who owns a small cafe in the town. At first, he is resentful about leaving all his friends in Chicago. However, as he meets new people and, especially, a talente...

    It was an easy, quick, read, with good characters. Overall, I would recommend it to someone who enjoys YA romance. ...

  • Wendy Lewis
    May 22, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

    Bagian Zeus yang sayang adiknya itu lucu, haru. Bagian Zeus yang pacaran bikin mual tapi lucu juga. Haha reviewernya mulai mengalami krisis nilai. Bagian jadi relawan di panti wreda juga bikin haru. Ini termasuk buku yang bolak-balik googling untuk tahu jenis lagu yang disebut di si...

    Zeus and his brother must adjust to life in a small town after living in Chicago. They are being raised by their single mom, who owns a small cafe in the town. At first, he is resentful about leaving all his friends in Chicago. However, as he meets new people and, especially, a talente...

    It was an easy, quick, read, with good characters. Overall, I would recommend it to someone who enjoys YA romance. ...

    This was a cute read. I wasn?t expecting much more than that I that?s pretty much what I got. Overall I would recommend this book book ...

    Wholesome white bread story. ...

    Inoffensively dull manic-pixie-dream-girl stuff. Nothing to complain about, but I finished it two hours ago and can already barely remember the plot. Not recommended. ...

    This was a sweet romance. I think I'm getting soft in my old age. ...

    This book was an easy read, and I love how it features a Filipina character. I didn't love it, but I really enjoyed it. ...

    ...

  • Cait • A Page with a View
    Jun 28, 2017

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

  • George
    Jun 30, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

  • Laapsaa
    Jan 28, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

  • Amanda-Has-A-Bookcase
    Jan 29, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

    Bagian Zeus yang sayang adiknya itu lucu, haru. Bagian Zeus yang pacaran bikin mual tapi lucu juga. Haha reviewernya mulai mengalami krisis nilai. Bagian jadi relawan di panti wreda juga bikin haru. Ini termasuk buku yang bolak-balik googling untuk tahu jenis lagu yang disebut di si...

    Zeus and his brother must adjust to life in a small town after living in Chicago. They are being raised by their single mom, who owns a small cafe in the town. At first, he is resentful about leaving all his friends in Chicago. However, as he meets new people and, especially, a talente...

    It was an easy, quick, read, with good characters. Overall, I would recommend it to someone who enjoys YA romance. ...

    This was a cute read. I wasn?t expecting much more than that I that?s pretty much what I got. Overall I would recommend this book book ...

  • Olivia
    Jul 07, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...

    "As I drove back to town, the sun at our backs and the windows down, I looked over to Rose, whose hair flew wildly in the wind. She stared out her window watching the trees and houses whip by .... I'd never felt happier sitting next to someone." This book was so much better than I...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline Zeus (Jesus Bjorn Gunderson) has been moved with his young brother Manny (Grub)from Chicago to the small town of Buffalo Falls. His mother has a vegetarian cafe that's she's trying to make successful, and one of her summer specials is free del...

    Omg! I really loved this book! What a short but cute read! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It talks about first loves, following ur dreams, friendships, family first, sacrifices, etc. It?s your basic yet perfect young adult contemporary. It makes you sad but also fills you up and teaches yo...

    3.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge contemporary reader, but there was something enduring about this story, and it's characters, I really liked. Loved the diversity of the characters too. FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/... ...

    This was such a sweet and adorable story of first love, but also about friends and family, nurturing those important relationships, living for today, and holding onto the good memories. I didn't realize the title of this book was based on the Beatles' song, Here, There, and Eve...

    Moving from Chicago to Buffalo Falls with his mother and younger brother Grub has not been ideal for Jesus (Zeus) Gunderson, but working as the delivery boy for his mother?s cafe over the summer ends up opening some doors. While making a delivery to Hilltop, the local retirement home...

    This book was...underwhelming. Don't get me wrong, it was well-written and featured some fun secondary characters (Grub, Blackjack, Letty), but the romance/main plot - for all that it was supposed to be cute and quirky - just felt meh. ...

    Very cute. ...

    Durango's novel was very underwhelming, especially in terms of characters. I thought Zeus was lacking in any development, and Rose was such a Mary-Sue it was unreal. Every plot point was surface-level depth, and nothing dug deep into the characters, which would have been nice since alm...

    *Complimentary review copy provided by the publisher. Here, There, Everywhere is a sweet, feel-good wholesome read. It is also a slow and predictable read. A solid and safe read which I think will enhance its appeal to a wide audience. But it is also written without risk and include...

    'Here, There, Everywhere' by Julia Durango and Tyler Terrones is a creative and enjoyable read about a spectrum of ideas, from friendship to family dynamics, finding inspiration in unlikely places to first loves. Main character Zeus finds himself stuck in small town Buffalo Falls after...

    I want her everywhere And if she's beside me I know I need never care But to love her is to need her everywhere Knowing that love is to share Each one believing that love never dies Watching their eyes and hoping I'm always there /The Beatles/ This novel earns 4 beautiful st...

    This was an easy, quick read, but felt like it was meant for an audience younger than YA in many ways. I didn't dislike it at all, but there was something about it that felt off to me and I couldn't give myself over to the story as completely as I really wanted to. The main characte...

    Given the wealth of YA literature out there, I found Here, There, Everywhere quite mediocre. There are a lot of issues briefly addressed in the novel, however, none are tackled head on by the authors. It's difficult, because I'm not necessarily a fan of the YA novel completely shaped b...

    Let's just start by saying this: Durango's voice and humor are quite simply marvelous. The way that Zeus decided to word things in his mind was continually original and funny. The characters were unique, separate, and satisfyingly colorful. Grub was one of the most adorable and lovable...

    Perhaps it's because I don't read enough fluffy summer romances, but the voice had a middle-grade quality to it. I think Zeus having to take his younger brother around reminded me of some middle grade books with siblings as main characters. I reached chapter seven, skimmed, then sk...

    I probably would have never read this phenomenal book if not for the free (with a purchase of 3 books) Advanced Readers? Copies at Saturn Booksellers. Thank you so much!! This has gotta be one of my favorite books of all time. It was a beautiful mix of romance, realistic fiction, an...

  • Kayla
    Mar 11, 2018

    Release date: December 19, 2017 3.5 stars. I absolutely adored the first half of this book! It was hilariously endearing and I was laughing so much. Jesus Bjorn Gunderson (Zeus) is a "Mexiwegian" teen who gets uprooted from Chicago and stuck in a small town where he works at his ...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was a YA contemporary romance story, about a boy from Chicago who had just moved to a small town. I liked Zeus, and it was sweet how he looked after his little brother all the time. ...

    I received this lovely paperback from another book blogger who said ?you need to read this, it?s quaint? so Sally.....I?m reading it! Zeus is a lovely lad. He?s had to move home with his Mother and young brother. His Moms set up a cafe and helps out but most of all, he ...

    I didn't actaully enjoy this much, I really wanted to but it was lacking everything I loved. ...