Perfect EscapeBook - 2012
Behind the wheel of her car, with Grayson asleep beside her, Kendra decides to drive away from it all -- with enough distance, maybe she'll be able to figure everything out. But even in the midst of the road trip's flat tires, gas-station food stops, and detours to quirky roadside attractions, eventually Kendra must stop running and come to terms with herself, her brother, and her past.
With undeniable grace and humor, acclaimed author Jennifer Brown explores OCD, the pressure for perfection, and the emotional highs and lows of a complex sibling relationship.
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"Wouldn't that be awesome to come home with a giant T. rex head as a souvenir?"
Grayson rolled his eyes at me. "You can't just go find a dinosaur head," he answered. "It's not like they're lying on the side of the road waiting for someone to pick one up as a souvenir."
"How do you know?"
"Well, for starters, when they dug up the ground to lay the highway, they probably would have already found it."
"Maybe. You don't know."
He glared at me. "I do know. It's called logic. You're not going to find a dinosaur head out here."
"If I got out and found one, you'd feel like a real idiot right now," I countered. "How do you think the first guy who found a dinosaur head found it? By getting down on the ground and looking."
"Good luck. And it's called a skull, by the way. Not a head. And a T. rex skull would be way too big to take home as a souvenir."
"You have no imagination, Grayson."
"But I have logic."
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