Summary: “According to sixteen-year-old Zander Osborne, nowhere is an actual place—and she’s just fine there. But her parents insist that she get out of her head—and her home state—and attend Camp Padua, a summer camp for at-risk teens.”
I almost didn’t bother reading this book because it’s about a group of 16 year olds at a camp and I thought it would be too childish (for lack of a better word). While it is still considered to be a YA novel, it isn’t at all what I worried it was going to be.
The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland is a great book with interesting characters. It takes serious issues that teens go through but puts it in a lighter, but not too light, tone. One girl is dealing with an eating disorder while a boy makes up different stories about all details of his life, including his name.
A little predictable at parts, sure, but most importantly this book is a page turner. It’s cute and fun and might make you shed a tear or two. Give it a read and let me know what you thought!