I thought I would switch my reading up a bit. I read a young adult novel by Karen Day. It is called A Million Miles from Boston. I have to say I liked the cover it but don’t let that comment fool you. I liked the book to. The book’s main character is Lucy and she is going into the 7th grade. I saw myself in her want for things to stay the same. She is going through a bit of a change as she will be going to middle school. She is leaving the librarian and teachers she has know behind for a much bigger school and it scares her. She also has to deal with Ian her former science partner who is a jerk. With all this change she is looking forward to the two months on Pierson Point the same place the she spends every summer. It is a small town where ever thing is the same. She has her faithful dog and her sketch book that she has had since forever and she is ready for a peaceful summer and a camp that she plans to run to earn money to buy her dad a birthday present. As life would have it she is forced to look at things in a new light over the summer from the death of her mother when she was six to the new love of her Dad life Julia aka PT. She learns a lot this summer. What this book did for me is take me back in time to my middle school years and remind me of that no matter how I like thing to stay the same life always stays the same and change can be good. I did win this book from Good Reads and the opinions in this review are my own.