Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Long Distance

Thursday, July 8, 2021

Book Review - Long Distance

Long Distance

About the Book
From the creator of Fake Blood comes another exceptionally charming middle-grade graphic novel about friendships both near and far, far away.

Vega’s summer vacation is not going well.

When her parents decide it’s time to pack up and leave her hometown of Portland, Oregon, behind for boring Seattle, Washington, Vega is more than upset—she’s downright miserable. Forced to leave her one and only best friend, Halley, behind, Vega is convinced she’ll never make another friend again.

To help her settle into her new life in Seattle, her parents send Vega off to summer camp to make new friends. Except Vega is determined to get her old life back. But when her cellphone unexpectedly calls it quits and things at camp start getting stranger and stranger, Vega has no choice but to team up with her bunkmates to figure out what’s going on!

My Take on the Book
This is a great new book from Whitney Gardner. I was a fan of her last novel and this one was just as fun. Inside the book, you not only get an amazing story but it is full of beautiful images that will engage you from beginning to end. The book has some great humor but is also light, strange, and unique too. You will love the characters and the story and by the end, you will be asking for more. 

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