Hey, guys! Genesis here! I’m so beyond excited to have Amanda as a co-blogger. She’s beyond amazing and I know I made the right choice. I had only read half of her application when I knew I wanted to have her on the blog. For now, this will be a mini introduction and in January, she will be officially introduced and she’ll tell you all about herself 🙂
Hello, Latte Nights Readers!
My name is Amanda, and I am so excited to join Genesis here at Latte Nights Reviews!
As I am sure you read in Gen’s Latte Nights Rewind, I am moving some reviews from my blog (My Patronus is a Coffee) to this one through the month of December before officially beginning here in the new year!! I can also tell you that in the new year, Gen and I will be unveiling a whole new look here on Latte Nights in celebration of all the awesome newness that 2017 is bringing! Yay!
I am so excited to be here and I cannot wait to get to know all of you and for you to get to know me! So without further ado, here is my review of The Unexpected Everything!The Unexpected Everything
by Morgan Matson
Genres: Contemporary, Humor, Romance, Young Adult
Publication Date: May 3rd 2016 by Simon & Schuster
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Andie had it all planned out. When you are a politician’s daughter who’s pretty much raised yourself, you learn everything can be planned or spun, or both. Especially your future. Important internship? Check. Amazing friends? Check. Guys? Check (as long as we’re talking no more than three weeks).
But that was before the scandal. Before having to be in the same house with her dad. Before walking an insane number of dogs. That was before Clark and those few months that might change her whole life. Because here’s the thing—if everything’s planned out, you can never find the unexpected. And where’s the fun in that?
This review originally appeared on My Patronus is a Coffee, September 09, 2016.
Having coincidentally finished this book days before unexpectedly deciding to start my own blog, it seemed very obvious that this is our very first post!
(this line really was the first line on my blog – who knew it would be so fitting again!)
This YA novel is about a high student named Andie and the unexpected turns her life takes during the summer before senior year.
I don’t want to bore you with more of a synopsis than that – you google, you could find that yourself from anywhere! Heck, you might be reading this review on Goodreads, in which case the synopsis is on the same page as this review! I want to give you the reasoning behind my four 🌟 rating AND convince you to come back to the blog!
This book defines summer read for me; it takes place in the summer, it talks about summer, it is light and easy to breeze through, and it tugs at your heart strings! I think my favorite thing about The Unexpected Everything is that it is that anyone, of any age, especially at this end-of-the-summer time of year, can relate to Andie! Even if you are not going back to or starting school / work, the end of August / beginning of September always makes you feel like you are! Of course, there are parts of this book that are a tad on the fantastical side – her summer love happens to be a bestselling author (yes please), she lives in a gated community, she and her friends partake in a yearly scavenger hunt…. I mean come on, is this like anyone’s real life? But I bought into it!
I really did not expect to like this book, I bought it because it was all over Bookstagram this summer and I am the type of person who needs to know what all the fuss is about! Seriously, there are advertisement executives out there making millions of dollars off the fact that I exist. Lol!
Morgan Matson is a great writer; a fact I am sure goes without saying. I enjoyed this story so much that I immediately bought her book Since You’ve Been Gone and put it on my TBR!
- adorable boy you’ll wish you’d dated!
- adorable puppy you wish you owned!
- serious squad goals!
Latte Nights Readers:
Have you read The Unexpected Everything?
What did you think? Have you or will you read another Matson?
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Amanda is also an avid reader, coffee's biggest fan, addicted to book box subscriptions, and studying from home, while she single parent's her son, to become a Nursing Unit Clerk.
Her favorite color is purple, her fandoms are Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Supernatural, Gilmore Girls, all things Holmes, all things Maas, and the 11th Doctor. She has a thing for tattoos, chocolate, and Vanilla Coke, has Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Clinical Depression, Social Anxiety, and an aversion to heat and all things spicy.