On the Road to Find Out

On the Road to Find Out A Funny, Uplifting Debut About Running, Romance And Dealing With College Rejection And Other HurdlesOn New Year S Day, Alice Davis Goes For A Run Her First Ever It S Painful And Embarrassing, But So Was Getting Denied By The Only College She Cares About Alice Knows She Has To Stop Sitting Around And Complaining To Her Best Friend, Jenni, And Her Pet Rat, Walter, About What A Loser She Is But What Doesn T Know Is That By Taking Those First Steps Out The Door, She Is Setting Off Down A Road Filled With New Challenges Including Vicious Side Stitches, Chafing In Unmentionable Places, And Race Paced First Love And Strengthening Herself To Endure When The Going Suddenly Gets Tougher Than She Ever Imagined.

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • On the Road to Find Out
  • Rachel Toor
  • 19 May 2018
  • 0374300143

10 thoughts on “On the Road to Find Out

  1. says:

    Overall, I liked On The Road To Find Out at least by the end of it Throughout most of the book I found Alice to be fairly annoying with her negativity and anti socialness, and her relationship with her rat, Walter, was really uncomfortable, but in the end I felt like Alice redeemed herself for the most part It s good to see a character work through a difficult time, in this case that she didn t get into Yale when that was all she d ever wanted in life, which she does through discovering run Overall, I liked On The Road To Find Out at least by the end of it Throughout most of the book I found Alice to be fairly annoying with her negativity and anti socialness, and her relationship with her rat, Walter, was really uncomfortable, but in the end I felt like Alice redeemed herself for the most part It s good to see a character work through a difficult time, in this case that she didn t get into Yale when that was all she d ever wanted in life, which she does through discovering running It s also good to se a character wake up and realize what a complete ass they ve been to their family and friends throughout that difficult time, which Alice does through a few...

  2. says:

    Alice is a pampered teen both parents are high powered and wealthy she describes her posh room in great detail who does well in school but just can t be bothered to do extra curriculars She does decide, rather randomly, to start running on New Year s Day, and keeps it up After running for a while, she asks her mother to take her to get shoes that fit, and she ends up at a running store owned by Joan Joan asks Alice to help out with a race, and while there, Alice meets the very cute Miles Alice is a pampered teen both parents are high powered and wealthy she describes her posh room in great detail who does well in school but just can t be bothered to do extra curriculars She does decide, rather randomly, to start running on New Year s Day, and keeps it up After running for a while, she asks her mother to take her to get shoes that fit, and she ends up at a running store owned by Joan Joan asks Alice to help out with a race, and while there, Alice meets the very cute Miles Alice continues to run and hang out with her friend Jenni, whose mother died of cancer, and her pet rat, Walter, who is the most important person in her life When Alice s dream school, Yale, rejects her, she spirals into depression She and Miles meet up a time or two, and she keeps running and working at the store, where she gets in with a group of runners and i...

  3. says:

    On The Road To Find Out is about Alice Davis, a senior in high school that just got rejected from her dream college YALE and believes her world is over Alice spends most of her time now being Debby downer calling herself a failure, shutting out the ones that mean the most to her, also loosing a loved one, but overcomes her negativity by running Jenni, Alices best friend suggests she finds a new hobby that focuses her mind on somethi...

  4. says:

    2.5 stars I got pulled into this book because I run I subsequently learned that I am not actually a runner, as a runner is someone who runs 13 ormiles every day and is snobbishly disdainful of anyone who runs casually and is not obsessed with how fast they go or is not sufficiently prideful of their bloody toenails I am sad to say that the only likable character in this book is Joan, someone who has experienced personal tragedy, has still learned how to make running pleasurable for 2.5 stars I got pulled into this book because I run I subsequently learned tha...

  5. says:

    DNFThis was one of my most anticipated reads of 2014 and as much as I want to say I want to eventually give it another chance I just don t think it s going to happen The first chapter starts out with the main character running, but then running seemed to take a backseat The main character is devastated because she didn t get in to Yale, but from what I learned in the 15 20% I read, I wasn t clear why she even expected to get into Yale in the first place Most of what I read, in chapters that r DNFThis was one of my most anticipated reads of 2014 and as much as I want to say I want to eventually give it another chance I just don t think it s going to happen The first chapter starts out with the main character running, but then running seemed to take a backseat The main character is devastated because she didn t get in to Yale, but from what I learned in the 15 20% I read, I wasn t clear why she even expected to get into Yale in the first place Most of what I read, in chapters that readlike short vignettes, was about a spoiled, bratty main character bragging about how rich her family is, how much her mother loves Botox, and how badly she treats her best friend Oh and how much she loves her pet rat I ll admit that rats aren t really my animal, but her obsession with her rat was insanely creepy My anticipation makes me want to ...

  6. says:

    Read this after hearing Rachel Toor on Another Mother Runner podcast and about her again through a favorite company of mine, Skirt Sports She sounded like a cool lady and I wanted to read her book.I enjoyed her writing about the experience of learning how to run I found some of the exposition about running tedious but that s because I ve been running for a dozen years, non runners would need to exposition, I think The information about Walter the Rat was both interesting and strange I unders Read this after hearing Rachel Toor on Another Mother Runner podcast and about her again through a favorite company of mine, Skirt Sports She sounded like a cool lady and I wanted to read her book.I e...

  7. says:

    Uber competitive academically, but highly introverted, Alice stews over being rejected at her first college of choice, Yale Her closest confidantes are her best friend, Jenni, and her pet rat, Walter It is upon Jenni s advice that she take up running as a New Year s resolution Alice finds she really likes the sport, and soon lands a job in Joan s running store As Alice discovers a kindered spirit in Miles, homeschool student and fellow runner, something happens that upsets Alice s world Her Uber competitive academically, but highly introverted, Alice stews over being rejected at her first college of choice, Yale Her closest confidantes are her best friend, Jenni, and her pet rat, Walter It is upon Jenni s advice that she take up running as a New Year s resolution Alice finds she really ...

  8. says:

    This book frustrated me to no end The main character was insufferable and had no redeeming qualities She was a bad friend and daughter, and while she improved a little bit at the end, it didn t feel like the natural character development she so badly needed She felt like a caricature of a bland, overachieving student who finds out that there are a million others like her She s over dramatic, a kno...

  9. says:

    This book is so different from other YA titles It s part coming of age, reacting to loss, and love story The narrator Alice attempts to bounce back after being rejected by Yale Oh, and she tries to become a runner As someone who also randomly decided to become a runner, I could relate to Alice s frustrations and successes in her journey There s also a powerful message in this story about how we bounce back from rejection and...

  10. says:

    The story is about a high school student focused on attending Yale and how her life is turned upside down by her rejected application The book is about finding yourself and finding what makes you happy Helped me relate to the main character that she was happy spending time with her pet, reading books, and running I read this book too fast It is an easy read and before I knew it I had read 245 pages While it is written as a YA book, that is only because of the age of the main character The The story is about a high school student focused on attending Yale and how her life is turned upside down by her rejected application The book is about finding yourself and finding what makes you happy Helped me relate to the main c...

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