Summary: Getting away, was all Meg ever really wanted to do.
She dreamed about it, yearned for it.
Getting away from high school. Away from her parents. Away from her small town.
One evening, there's a dare involving the towns forbidden railroads tracks.
Meg goes too far. Almost not making it back.
John made a different choice. He chose to stay.
Stay in the small town. Stay even after at times it's too hard for him to remember.
To enforce the rules, to serve and protect.
He has nothing but contempt for childish decisions, childish rebellion as he sees it.
John soon wants to teach Meg a lesson that she will, hopefully, not forget.
Along the way Meg questions everything John learned, everything he stayed for.
Which leaves John questioning her back, wanting to know why she won't stay, why this town is so horrible to her.
Will they end up going over the edge together?
Hand in hand?
Did one crazy night end up with more then both of them could ever imagine?
Rating: 4 Stars
Review: Going into this book, I wasn't quite sure if it was something I would enjoy. But after I got about 30 pages into Going Too Far, I HAD to know what was going to happen. To me, this book was very.. insightful, almost, it made you think but yet, was still a very enjoyable and easy read. The chemistry between Meg and John was there from the very beginning. All you wanted to know was what was going to happened between them. The decisions and choices that would be made. Jennifer Echols has showed us how much one night can change our lives. Not in any extreme way, but like Going Too Far in a way that has you thinking and wondering. This was a good book that I think many other people, whether your a die hard reader like me, or just someone who wants a book to read at night every now and then, anyone can enjoy Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols.
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