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By Heather Davis | Comments: ( 605 ) | Date: ( Feb 23, 2020 )

Seventeen year old Holly Mullen has felt lost and lonely ever since her boyfriend, Rob, died in a tragic accident The fact that she has to spend most of her free time caring for her little sister and Alzheimer s stricken grandfather doesn t help But Holly has no idea that as she goes about her days, Rob s ghost is watching over her He isn t happy when he sees his best fSeventeen year old Holly Mullen has felt lost and lonely ever since her boyfriend, Rob, died in a tragic accident The fact that she has to spend most of her free time caring for her little sister and Alzheimer s stricken grandfather doesn t help But Holly has no idea that as she goes about her days, Rob s ghost is watching over her He isn t happy when he sees his best friend, Jason, reach out to help Holly with her grandfather but as a ghost, he can do nothing to stop it Is his best friend really falling for his girlfriend As Holly wonders whether to open her heart to Jason, the past comes back to haunt her Her grandfather claims to be communicating with the ghost of Rob Could the messages he has for Holly be real And if so, how can the loved ones Rob left behind help his tortured soul make it to the other side Told from the perspectives of Holly, Jason, and Rob,Wherever You Go is is a poignant story about making peace with the past, opening your heart to love, and finding the courage to move forward into the light.

  • Title: Wherever You Go
  • Author: Heather Davis
  • ISBN: 9780547501512
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Heather Davis

Heather Davis is the author of A Curse So Dark, the first book of the new Young Adult Paranormal Romance series Pioneer Falls Her previous books include Never Cry Werewolf and its two novella sequels, Sometimes by Moonlight and Always in Shadow She is also the author of Wherever You Go, and the RITA Award finalist for Best Young Adult Romance, The Clearing Heather loves writing about strong, smart heroines and the dark heroes that challenge them In every book you ll find suspense, a touch of humor, and tons of heartfelt romance.She lives and writes in the Pacific Northwest, where she is obsessed with coffee, books, indie bands, and perfect chocolate chip cookies.

Comments Wherever You Go

  • Zemira (Kylo Ren fangirl) Warner

    [image error]OMG! I am clapping my hands and crying at the same time. This bookOh,this book was so good! I think I will need to take some meds right now to calm down. Thank you Heather Davis for providing me with this literal jewel through netgalley. Good luck with your future work and just so you know I will check your other books out. I just can't believe it took me almost a whole month to read Wherever You Go. Peeps please add this one to your 'must read' list because I promise,you will not r [...]

  • Isamlq

    Drama, Drama, Drama!Maybe I read Wherever You Go at the wrong time because normally I do enjoy a mix of the sweet, sappy even emotional. But I think the drama here was just too much for me. Was it too much like a noon time drama? You decide:- That her first ever boyfriend had died tragically only to come back as a ghost (who narrates in second person btw…gah!) - That his friends kind of blame her for how he died.- That said blame leads to a mutual distancing of them from her and of her from th [...]

  • The BookWhisperer

    Holly is a young girl that a very complicated life. As the main caregiver of her Alzheimer stricken Grandfather and her younger sister; shoe doesn t have much time for herself. Also grieving the loss of her first love in an accident that almost claimed her own life. She may be finding herself with more than she can bare. When she begins to receive unwanted attention for her late boyfriends best friend; she finds herself questioning his motives. With the remainder of her peers blaming her for the [...]

  • Erin

    Rob had it all and Holly had next to nothing. Rob was wealthy, popular, handsome, athletic, funny, and adored by everyone. Holly was poor, shy, beautiful, sweet, and responsible. The saying goes: Opposites attract, and in this case? The was right on. Holly and Rob were the perfect couple. They were happy and in love, going against the rules of financial status and school popularity. One fateful night changed everything. A car accident killed Rob and left Holly not only emotionally scarred but al [...]

  • Bailey (IB Book Blogging)

    WHEREVER YOU GO is a highly emotional, thought-provoking read that YA readers are sure to enjoy. Even though I had a hard time getting into the story in the beginning, it picks up towards the middle and made me an emotional wreck. WHEREVER YOU GO deals with some very heavy concepts, so be prepared for that going in. Holly is a little hard to warm up to, but I eventually was able to connect with her. She has so much on her plate, and takes care of her little sister and grandfather with Alzheimers [...]

  • Christina (Confessions of a Book Addict)

    Holly Mullen isn't your average teenager. Her mom works two jobs to support Holly and her sister, which means she is never around. It's up to Holly to take care of her sister and cook many of the meals for the family. She has a lot of responsibility for a seventeen year old. To make matters worse, Holly's grandfather comes to live with them in their small apartment; an extra adult around would normally be a good thing, but that is not the case since he suffers from Alzheimer's Disease. Not too l [...]

  • Kennie is dah Name (: Batista

    I read this book as an ARC egalley copy from Netgalley (Might contain spoilers.)Amazing. Stupendous. Marvelous. Heart Touching. Summary: Seventeen-year-old Holly Mullen has felt lost and lonely ever since her boyfriend, Rob, died in a tragic accident. The fact that she has to spend most of her free time caring for her little sister and Alzheimer’s-stricken grandfather doesn’t help. But Holly has no idea that as she goes about her days, Rob’s ghost is watching over her. He isn’t happy whe [...]

  • Say

    WOW!!! and again WOW!!! i totally love this book, i would say that it is among the top ten best books I have read for all time. i love that the book is told by three POV's: rob, jayson and holly. at first i didnt want to write a comprehensive review of this book since it hasnt come out yet and i dont want to spoil it for those who wants to read it. but i really really have to write it anyway, since i want all of you to know how much i love this book! here is what i love in this book:1. holly, an [...]

  • A Canadian Girl

    Told from the perspective of three teenagers, Heather Davis’ Wherever You Go is a novel about love, loss, hope, family and friendship. Although there is a paranormal element in that one of the leads is a ghost, the spotlight isn’t on him and so the book feels like a contemporary for the most part.Holly Mullen, the first person narrator, is a very mature and likeable character. Faced with the task of managing the household and taking care of her little sister and grandfather because her singl [...]

  • Chanelle

    This was one of those stories where it resonated with me but I wasn't fully in love with it. What makes this book are the characters. There are often scenes where it's just two characters sitting and having a conversation. And you think: is this really a necessity to the book? Sometimes, and I'll admit it, I got slightly bored and my attention drifted. However, these times were few and far between. With three people's POVs to choose from, it's hard to be bored. There's always change.Onto the plo [...]

  • H

    It seems they were the perfect couple: Rob and Holly. Despite their different backgrounds and interests, they clicked and they were happy. At least until the car accident happened, and Rob is dead while Holly survives.Everyone is tormented after his death; Holly thinks it has something to do with her; Rob’s friends blame Holly. But none of them can understand what really happened that night.Now Rob’s ghost haunts his loved ones after his death and Holly’s grandpa, Aldo, is the only one who [...]

  • Stephanie

    Disclaimer: I received a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.My Summary: Holly's life is not what you'd call ideal - her mother works two jobs, and Holly is forced to pick up the slack at home by cooking, cleaning, and taking care of her little sister. Add to that the fact that her boyfriend Rob just died, and it's easy to see why Holly isn't very happy when her mother decides that Holly's grandfather - who suffers from Alzheimer's - is coming to live with them in th [...]

  • Stacey (prettybooks)

    Holly is still grieving after her boyfriend, Rob, died in a car crash six months ago. Unaware that Rob’s come back as ghost and is watching over her, she’s struggling to move on with her life, even though Jason is making it clear that he wants to get to know her. Holly is burdened by the amount of support she has to provide her family – her mother is working several jobs just to keep the family afloat so she’s never around. And to make things worse, her grandfather Aldo, who suffers from [...]

  • Katie

    Wherever You Go was not at all what I expected. It was part ghost story, part contemporary romance, and 100% amazing. Heather Davis is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors.Holly still loves Rob but he is gone. She knows she needs to move on but she can't. Then Jason gets involved and things start to look up. He's willing to help her with her grandfather Aldo who has Alzheimer's and he even puts up with her little sister. Too bad Rob's ghost isn't so happy about Holly moving on.Holly was a [...]

  • Tanja (Tanychy) St. Delphi

    Review also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?Thanks to this 2013-TBR-pile-challenge I started reading the books that have been on my shelf forever. Of course I should have read this one a while ago but that's me after all. Wherever You Go took me by surprise mostly because I haven't read the blurb (surprise, surprise) and it took me some time to catch everything, but once I did everything started flowing easily. Here we have a story about Holly, the girl who by the all circumstances grew up too early. [...]

  • Holly

    I can't help it: when I see a book with a main character named Holly, I have to at least look at it more than other books. (Can you figure out why? If notI'm not sure whether or not I should help you figure it out.) And since this had heavy ghost themes, I was kind of hooked.However, it took me a while to really get into it. It's broken into 3 perspectives: Holly, Rob, and Jason. The very first one of the book is Rob's which is written in second person (You go to the store, you pick out peas). I [...]

  • Suzanne

    Holly's boyfriend Rob haunts her and their town after a car accident a la Patrick Swayze in GHOST, but instead of Whoopi Goldberg acting as his medium, the only person who can see and hear him is Holly's recently arrived Alzheimer's-addled Grandfather. Maybe Rob has more in common with Susie in THE LOVELY BONES because she is less sure of what she should do or why she is still hanging around. Rob is all for going into the light, but no one is waving an enormous Mag-Lite.In addition to Rob's unsa [...]

  • Laura (Booksforbreakfast)

    Wow, I think this book is/was terribly underrated! I absolutely loved it and thought the message was so profound and true. It really hit home for me, especially with what I've been going through these 6ish months. This book was told in three different voices; Holly, Jason, and Rob. I thought it was a brilliant idea that Rob's section was told in a second person's POV. That made it much more lyrical and haunting, I felt just as trapped as Rob did.I did find Holly's character to be a little annoyi [...]

  • Metaspinster

    This book is very earnest, and pretty badly written, though perhaps not in the most glaring typos and bad grammar kind of way. One thing that is glaring is the unconventional narrative choice to tell this story using three different narrators, using three different corresponding grammatical "people," i.e. the Holly (?) sections are in first person singular, her dead boyfriend Rob's are in the particularly unusual second person singular, and Rob's best friend Jason's sections are in third person. [...]

  • Amanda

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this book from the publisher and I am extremely happy I got a chance to review it! There have been few books that I have read that have absolutely moved me so much that I question my life and the decisions I have made in it. This is one of those books. It touches on several major issues which include suicide as well as disease. It also takes us on a journey of what happens when you lose someone and how to cope with your feelings. I was literally brought to tea [...]

  • Audrey

    I got this book because I liked the cover. I didn't even look at the summary, which was probably a mistake. So when I started reading, I was not expecting a ghost story. I probably wouldn't have checked it out if I knew because ghost stories scare me. But this was a good ghost story. Instead of being focused on fear and anger and revenge, it was about love, and hope, and healing. Although some of it was cliché(that's why it's 4 stars rather than 5), overall, I really liked it.

  • Mary

    I really liked this book. There were a lot of difficult issues it talked about including depression, teen suicide, caring for the elderly and siblings, and others. I think this is a great YA book. Good story with great characters. I felt so sorry for Holly. She had a lot on her plate and did it all without complaining (much).

  • Debbie I Heart YA Books

    I love this book! The title alone says it all .You’re in for a beautiful, heart-wrenching love story—so get the tissue ready, because the tears will come. This is defiantly a book to read. Thank you Heather Davis for writing such a beautiful book!

  • Zahra

    it was a quick read, kind of good and boring at the same time

  • Merve Muzikalkutuphanem

    Değişik bir kitapla geldim bu sefer! Böyşe başlarsınız ama bitsin istemezsiniz hep sürsün hep okuyayım dersiniz o tarzda bir kitaptı. Fazla adını duyuramamış ama oldukça iyiydi. Konusu, sevgilisini 6 ay önce kaybetmiş bir kızımız var Holly. Dünyanın bütün yükü omuzlarında. Annesi geçimlerini sağlayabilmek için 2 işte çalışıyor ve 10 yaşındaki kardeşine bakmak ve ev işlerini yönetmek Holly'ye kalıyor, bir dr Aizemmer hastası büyükbabası da onların y [...]

  • Rummanah (Books in the Spotlight)

    Wherever You Go is a brilliantly crafted novel that seamlessly blends contemporary fiction with a dash of the supernatural. This quiet book pulled on my heart strings right away and didn't let go. I became so invested in Holly's, Rob's, and Jason's lives that I couldn't stop reading. The character were honest and their problems were authentic. I instantly connected to Holly. She is a mature teen who is struggling and desperately trying to hold her family together. Holly comes from a single famil [...]

  • Amy

    Four stars. This book was recommended to me by one of my 7th grade students. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. It was filled with different types of grief - loss of a loved one, and loss of one’s mind. I thought at first it was all about coping with loss, but it ended up being more uplifting than that. It was about the power of love and family and happiness.

  • Addie

    Heather Davis’ Wherever You Go is what I would call a “serious issues” novel. The kind of teen novel you might study in ninth or tenth grade English class, that’s supposed to teach you about grief and coping and life issues without coming off as preachy. And for that, it’s much more successful than a lot of the other novels of this type I’ve read.Wherever You Go deals with three major characters: Holly, a teen girl who helps her struggling single mom deal with an eight-year-old siste [...]

  • Sally

    3.5 of 5 stars3.5 of 5 starsFrom reading the blurb of this I pegged this as a story where the ghost of a dead boyfriend is forced to watch his girlfriend mourn for him, and the pain of seeing her grow closer to his best friend. I absolutely loved the sound of this book and had very high expectations of it. I have read other contemporary YA novels dealing with the aftermath of the death of a loved one such as The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson or If I Stayby Gayle Forman (both absolutely fanta [...]

  • Andrea at Reading Lark

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 11/1/11: readinglark/2011/Wherever You Go is a hybrid - it is a mixture of realistic fiction and supernatural. I, for one, found this sort of read to be a refreshing twist on the typical paranormal books that are flooding the YA market these days. I got my ghost fix, but this book also deals with some really tough issues that face teens today - being a caregiver in the household, increased responsibilities for teens living in a single parent household, depression, s [...]

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