On Vacation From Sanity

On Vacation From Sanity

by Elizabeth Ross Yurich

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On Vacation From Sanity by Elizabeth Ross Yurich

What do you do when your world is turned upside down and you�re forced to recreate your life?

Life is perfect for sixteen-year-old Jenna Webb. She lives with her rock-star dad in New York City, she has a perky, fun, beautiful best friend, and a super-model, sort-of stepmother. An artist, writer, bass player, Jenna has her life planned to precision�well, until her dad is killed instantly by a New York City cab driver.

With every aspect of her life turned upside down, Jenna is forced to recreate a life in Los Angeles with her Mom, stepfather, and his two daughters�a life she did not want. Travel along on the journey that includes rock and roll, the Buddha, crazy friends, a creepy stalker, unexpected romance, and a downward spiral into a world Jenna never imagined, but needed in order to find herself.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149325757
Publisher: Grid Media Inc
Publication date: 05/20/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 328
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

ELIZABETH ROSS YURICH lives in Cleveland, Ohio with her rock star husband and black standard poodle. When she is not writing you will find her drawing pictures or hugging a tree or two.

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On Vacation From Sanity 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great Book! Loved all the characters. Great transition from teen to adult. The book gives a thorough picture of the multiple relationships in Jenna's life. I especially enjoyed Gavin and his relationship to Jenna. It's a fast read that you do not want to end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Following the character of Jenna, as she navigates her personal struggles as a teenager to adulthood in life and love, I found this book to be a realistic, insightful look at a character finding herself. Jenna's struggles all felt real to me, especially in the later sections of the book. I found her friendship with the character of Gavin to be refreshing. I also enjoyed all the twists and turns with Jenna's relationship with James. No spoilers here on how that turns out! If you like young adult stories that have romance and some edge to them, this book would make a good choice.