Amazon.com Product Description:
From three critically acclaimed and bestselling authors comes one story - equal parts charming, hilarious, and emotional - of a road trip that proves that sometimes it doesn't matter where you're going, since getting there is half the fun.
Three girls who couldn't be more different have one goal in mind: to get the heck out of Dodge. Well, Niceville, Florida, actually. But it might as well be called Nowheresville. Vicks is the wild-child fry cook whose boyfriend left for college and isn't returning any of her calls; Mel, the good girl in expensive jeans who just wants everyone to like her; and Jesse, the trailer-dwelling human morality meter who's discovered a life-altering secret -
Each has her own reason for climbing into Jesse's mom's beat-up station wagon and hitting the highway for a weekend trip, whether she knows it or not. Armed only with Vicks's ancient, battered copy of a guidebook called Fantastical Florida, a map Jesse picked up with her dwindling funds, and Mel's mom's credit card, they're Miami bound. Hearts will be broken, friendships will be tested, and a ridiculously hot stranger could change the course of everything. And if they don't kill each other first, Vicks, Mel and Jesse will not only have a road trip to remember, they'll have friends for life.Unfortunately I haven't read this one either! I really like both covers in this case. I like how the hardcover has that metalic shine to it and how on the backside you see the other two girls and all the swirls going on! But I also like the playfulness of the paperback. It actually reminds me a lot of E. Lockhart's other covers, specially the Boy books, makes me wonder if it's the same designer. I don't like how small the title is though on the paperback, it basically looks like a subtitle compared to the author's names! I know that sells books but come on!
Hardcover or Paperback?
Thanks to Carol of Bookluver- Carol's Reviews for suggesting this Hardcover vs. Paperback!