On the Way to EverywhereOn the Way to Everywhere by Kirsten B. Feldman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Harry Kavanaugh wants out of the exclusive all girls school she is attending. Harry, goes by her Harry Potter nickname, she is tall, different, and a target for being bullied. Harry’s home life is similar to her school life and in it all she is just trying to become the person she is meant to be. Harry begins a journey that includes finding herself and a few surprises along the way.

I think any reader of this book could find someone to identify with, whether as Harry or some of the other interesting characters that fill the book. I reflected a bit once finished thinking about the awkwardness of being that teenager and the restrictiveness of what you can or cannot do. The knowing of what yu want and not having the capacity to do it. Kristen B. Feldman writes a wonderful story readers will enjoy.

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