By Tammar Stein
Book Review By Han Huynh
Growing up, Arden's life always revolved around her mother's career, they move all over the place so meeting new people is not too difficult for her. But now, her family completely separate from each other. To Arden, her mother's safety always comes first, everyday she emails her mother just to make sure that she is okay over there and whenever her mother replies back, she knows that her mother is still safe.
On her flight to Germany (the last place her family lived together). She meets new three Texan girls - Madison, Katie, and Lola who are going on a Europe Adventure. Talking to them while on a flight makes her want to have fun like how they do. She changes her plan, instead of going to Germany, she ends up going to Paris with the girls. Travel with strangers is not an easy thing to do, since the girls are best friends, Arden does feel a bit left out and she thinks whether she makes a wrong decision . But after dealing with so many issues (languages, book a hotel room, etc...) all four become closer. Because of them, Arden finally finds herself after those problems going on in her family (losing her dad)
I would recommend this book for those interested in war time, how people survive and what people do as a nurse too keep the soldiers alive. Also, this book can be interesting for those who like adventures, traveling and want to know how people deal with languages and so many different things that people have to deal with as a traveler.
Saving people's lives is my job.
Arden's mother, an army nurse recently deployed to Iraq. Her job is do her best to make the soldiers alive.
The Three Texan Girls.
Arden's new friends, three Texan girls - Madison, Katie, and Lola who are going on a Europe adventure
The girls and Arden go to Europe for adventures. Going on a vacation with people you just meet for 3 hours is not too easy for Arden, she feels left out sometime. But however, the girls and Arden have some fun moments such as the group's visit to an authentic French Cafe.