Miles from NowhereAmy Clipston
Chelsea Morris has always been responsible, dependable, and focused on her dreams of fashion design—a dream that will officially begin come fall, when she leaves for college in New York City. And as she settles into her role as the lead designer for the local summer stock ... Read More
Then Dylan joins the latest summer production. There’s something about the college boy that makes her feel free and alive, and soon she’s broken up with Todd, and is sneaking out late to meet Dylan at parties and breaking rules at the playhouse. But before she knows it, her exciting nights are interfering with her job, her role on the play, as well as her relationship with Emily and with her parents. Worse, Chelsea finds herself feeling more and more estranged from God.
As the summer becomes wilder than she ever dreamed, Chelsea must decide if her heart is leading her in the right direction after all.
- Store Only: Yes
- Product type: Book
- Format: Softcover
- Release Date: Apr 7, 2015
- UPC: 9780310736707
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 288
- Publish Date: Apr 7, 2015
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 17
- Audience Age Minimum: 13
- BISAC: "JUV000000"
- ISBN: 0310736706
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- Great book for teens and young adults by Farmerette on 5/14/2015
I received a copy of this book from Z-Squad in exchange for my review.
Miles From Nowhere, is a story written about a Chelsea, a girl who has it all. It is the summer after her senior year, she has a supporting family, boyfriend and friends. She was given an opportunity to work on the community play. She hopes to get a recommendation from her work with the production. As Chelsea works on the set costumes, she is faced with the pressures of working her last summer, when she wants to make it count before she heads to college. She meets this new guy on the set and then is faced with the peer pressures that come with life in general. Hanging out with the new guy, redefining who she is while isolating herself from her true friends is where Chelsea finds herself trying to fit in. When an accident wakes her up and reminds her of who she is and what is important she seeks forgiveness for her actions. What a great story of some of the challenges we may face, of how the truth will set us free when we fail and how forgiveness is a necessary and needed part.