Amelia Unabridged by Ashley Schumacher has all that you need in the ideal heart-wrenching novel. Things like an extraordinary friendship, love, loss, and the literal and figurative journey. Journey to discover, who we are? When everything changes around us unexpectedly. This is a book to read over and over. Schumacher takes you through loss and love flawlessly while she weaves an excellent story of discovering who we are.

Amelia has been the closest friend with Jenna since the first year when Jenna saw her in the bookshop, looking miserable. Amelia’s dad had recently left and her mom fell apart. Jenna gets her a book, the first in the Orman Chronicles. Jenna comes from a wealthy and kind family, who practically adopt Amelia. They are indivisible. Jenna has their life organized, down to the college where they will go together for their majors.

As a graduation gift, Jenna’s parents send them to a book festival where the highlight is meeting N.E. Endsley, the author of the Orman Chronicles. Just he backs out from his exclusive meet and Amelia discovers that Jenna really talked with him while she was in the restroom. This caused their first fight. So Amelia is devastated when Jenna died in a car accident a few weeks later.

At the point when Amelia gets a wonderful leather-bound limited edition of the first book in the Orman Chronicles. She is convinced that Jenna by one way or another arranged it and goes to the bookshop in the small town on Lake Michigan that sent it. She spends around 5 days there, as a visitor of the bookshop owner, and gets associated with the town and indeed, meets N.E. Endsley. Endsley is just a year older than Amelia and attempting to deal with his own grief.

The writing of Amelia Unabridged by Ashley Schumacher is magical. The romance is sweet. However, the story also talks about handling grief, friendship, making your own decisions about your life, the significance of good friendship in our life, and the power of reading and stories. This book is a must-read novel. Whether you like young adult novels or not, Amelia Unabridged is a book for everyone.

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