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3 Ex-Best Friends
Alice, Summer, and Tiernan are ex-best friends.
Back in middle school, the three girls were inseparable. They were also the number one fans of the rock band Level3.
But when the band broke up, so did their friendship. Summer ran with the popular crowd, Tiernan was a rebellious wild-child, and Alice spent high school with her nose buried in books.
Now, just as the girls are about to graduate, Level3 announces a one-time-only reunion show.
Even though the concert’s 2000 miles away, Alice buys three tickets on impulse. And as it turns out, Summer and Tiernan have their own reasons for wanting to get out of town. Good thing Alice’s graduation gift (a pea-green 1976 VW camper van known as the Pea Pod) is just the vehicle to get them there.
But on the long drive cross-country, the girls hit more than a few bumps in the road. Will their friendship get an encore or is the show really over? (description from Goodreads)
While this has been published for a little while, I haven't seen it since about September (I think). Since it is in Cover Love, I like the cover (no duh). It's simple, doesn't make me go WOW, but it makes me pay attention. The best part of a simple cover is that you can take it all in without wasting about an hour of your life trying to decipher everything. Then you can't go boring simple (which this isn't) or no one will be interested. I do like the short description at the top "1 concert 2,000 miles 3 ex-best friends." It interests me even more. Hello, who does not like road trips and awkward past relationships/friendships?
Is it just me or do we not have a lot of yellow books? It is a good thing, because if there were too many, my eyes might start to hurt. With this, though, my eyes instantly go to it. Also, I like the color yellow.
Without sounding freaky, can I say I really like the girls' legs? I like how they are all standing slightly different and you can tell who is who. Of course, we see bags in the background which completes the whole thing.
Do you like this cover? Why or why not?