PRAISE for LET'S GET LOST by ADI ALSAID

(On-Sale: July 29, 2014)

THE MEDIA

“Mesmerizing. A story of love, loss, ambition, and finding the true meaning of life. Everything in Leila’s path is by design, reminding the reader to truly seize the day.”
-- Glitter Magazine

“Five love stories, beautifully woven together by a special girl in search of adventure, hope, and full appreciation of life’s simple pleasures. A do-not-miss.”
-- Justine Magazine

“Reminiscent of John Green’s Paper Towns, Alsaid’s debut is a gem among contemporary YA novels..and achingly beautiful story.”
--School Library Journal

“The new favorite writer of books for young adults.”
-- Huffington Post Voices

“Vastly entertaining…. the book delivers a refreshing sense of joy.”
-- School Library Journal e-Newsletter

“Debut Author Alsaid creates enough adventure to make the stories feel breathless.”
-- Publishers Weekly

“Characters are portrayed attractively and with a colorful authenticity… An entertaining and romantic road-trip debut.”
-- Kirkus Reviews

“With romantic interludes, witty banter, some exhilarating minor drinking and law breaking, an empowering message, and satisfying conclusions for everyone involved, this will likely be a popular summer hit, especially for older teens about to embark on their own journeys of self-discovery.”
--Booklist

“Alsaid’s Let’s Get Lost is a vibrant and poignant novel that will enthrall and inspire readers. With colorful characters, smooth dialogue and an expertly woven plot, it’s hard not to love this book.”
--RT Book Reviews

“This book is a must-read for anyone who is a fan of John Green. Its heart-warming plot and unique characters encompass you in the book almost immediately, making you feel happy and refreshed when you finish the last chapter”
-- YALSA Teen Reviewer

“Leila’s quest to find the northern lights takes readers on a captivating cross-country journey, where four strangers’ adventures collide into one riveting tale of finding yourself”
-- YABooksCentral.com

“Let's Get Lost is an absorbing, beautiful novel we all need in our lives. Phenomenal!”
-- Pretty Little Memoirs Blog

“Captivating, mysterious, fun and deep… for readers of John Green or any realistic YA authors, I would highly recommend this new wonderful novel”
-- Fresh Fiction

“...An absolute non-negotiable MUST READ… Overall: A+.”
--Verb Vixen

“Great book, great character building. If you like John Green, you will like Adi Alsaid”
-- My Library World Blog

AUTHORS

“Magical, thoughtful, beautiful!”
-- Sara Megibow, Literary Agent, Nelson Literary Agent

“Adi Alsaid has created five beautiful, extremely likeable, flawed characters whom the reader will fall in love with instantly--especially Leila. Amazing novel!”
-- Mary Kubica, author of The Good Girl

“Follow Leila, a heroine at once kind, generous, mercurial and mischievous, on her action-packed quest toward self-discovery. This feel-good novel is four love stories for the price of one.”
-- Wendy Wunder, author of The Probability of Miracles and The Museum of Intangible Things

“One of my favorite books of the year! Uniquely told and beautifully done. Definitely pick up Let’s Get Lost.. you won’t regret it.”
-- Michelle Madow, author of The Secret Diamond Sisters

“With an inventive structure, memorable characters, and soulful writing, LETS GET LOST reminds us that the road of life is full of unexpected detours, but it’s not about where you’re coming from or where you’re headed. It’s about the journey. Leila is a one-of-a-kind character you won’t soon forget.”
-- Philip Siegel, author of The Break-Up Artist

“LET’S GET LOST is a remarkable, elegantly written novel that will grab you from the first pages. Heartfelt and warm, it’s a uniquely told tale of finding your own path, whatever it may be. If you’re looking for the perfect summer read, this is it!”
-- Hannah Harrington, author of Saving June and Speechless

BOOKSELLERS

“Alsaid writes with a soft heartedness that permeates the story with a sense of wishing for the best, of wishing that lives that intersect put people on a better path. I think it is a story that teens will gravitate to in years to come.” -- Bookworks Bookseller