Author: Joan Bauer
Date I Finished Reading: October 17,2012
My Rating: 5/5
Jenna is sixteen years old. She absolutely loves her job, and strives to best serve each of the customers that walk into Gladstone’s Shoes Store. She seems to have quite the knack for it, too. She is also very close to her mom, sister and grandmother. So why does she so eagerly accept an invitation to spend her summer break driving the elderly, demanding Mrs. Gladstone across the country? It is simple. Jenna needs an escape. She needs to get away, clear her head. Why? Daddy’s back in town, and Jenna is not sure how to respond to her long absent, alcoholic father… so she goes. What unfolds is unpredictable. Throughout the next six weeks God uses the people that he has placed in Jenna’s life to reach out to her, and teach her how to overcome dilemmas and trials that appear in her life.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Joan Bauer is a talented author who does an excellent job at drawing you into a story, and causing you to become attached to the characters. It was a very interesting, inspiring plot, as well. I really have no complaints! I would most definitely recommend this book to you!
You can find a copy of this book here: http://www.amazon.com/Rules-Road-Joan-Bauer/dp/014240425X/ref=pd_sim_sbs_b_1