How her daughter and her passport taught Jennifer to live like there's no tomorrow
Jennifer Coburn has always been terrified of dying young. So she decides to save up and drop everything to travel with her daughter, Katie, on a whirlwind European adventure before it's too late. Even though her husband can't join them, even though she's nervous about the journey, and even though she's perfectly healthy, Jennifer is determined to jam her daughter's mental photo album with memories - just in case.
From the cafés of Paris to the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Jennifer and Katie take on Europe one city at a time, united by their desire to see the world and spend precious time together. In this heartwarming generational love story, Jennifer reveals how their adventures helped vanquish her fear of dying - for the sake of living.
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Great travel nine says the dead dad stuff
I enjoyed the physical travel experiences, especially in the later parts.
I enjoyed the scenes in Italy and Alhambra the most.
Too over-actorly annoying.
I liked when the mom got high in Amsterdam. I think the reader was a serious problem. So much over-actig that it took away from the prose.
Yes. I got annoyed with the continual references, not finely woven, about the dead father. Okay he died and ski kept going back to it so much I had to FF over these bits as they were not aligned with a TRAVEL memoir. Would have liked more of the vote of the daughter, not the father. Or even the mother, for that matter.
- Toby "Anglophile. Prefer only British fiction and mysteries. Good translations of Italian, too."
Great Travel Memoir
- Dawn "sleepygirl2"