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  1. jessica jessica says:

    i cant really put my finger on why i didnt enjoy this one as much as EW ASBs other books i think they are the most adorable couple ever and love the fact that they are high school sweethearts who write stories together that being said something feels missing dont get me wrong i love the idea of it i enjoyed seeing both fitz and juniper go through their development both individually and together i like the dynamic between their two characters and its easy to see how they offer each other something important i also feel like a lot of teens will be able to relate to this story whole heartedly which is nice but i feel like i love the idea of it much than the thing itself if that makes senseim not too bummed by my lukewarm reaction to this as i still think EW ASBs are really relevant and fun authors so im looking forward to the next book they write ↠ 3 stars


  2. Larry H Larry H says:

    Time of Our Lives the newest novel from husband and wife writing duo Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund Broka is a thought provoking YA romance with surprising emotional depth“Do you think a guy who dreads forgetting the past and a girl who’s focused on the future could you know be friends?”Juniper is immensely smart driven a total planner The oldest child in a large tight knit family she’s always the one people depend on and she can’t wait to spread her wings and experience college on her own But how willingly will her family let her go?On the other hand Fitz knows exactly what he wants—to go to college close to home so he can care for his mother who has been diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s But she is determined that he experience life away from home and her so she plans a week long tour of colleges on the East Coast he’ll take with his older brother a college student with whom Fitz hasn’t seen eye to eye in a whileFitz encounters Juniper while she’s on a college tour of her own They couldn’t be at odds with each other’s goals yet they immediately feel a connection—which Juniper is determined to keep platonic since she’s touring colleges with her boyfriend But as the two keep running into each other they start to realize the impact they’re having on one another far beyond the physical attraction they feel Time of Our Lives is such a gripping story about how easy it can be to live your life for someone else rather than yourself and how hard it can be not to feel guilty about wanting to take your own path It’s also a moving commentary about what makes memoriesEmily and Austin are a fantastic writing team The book feels seamless not like two people wrote it Their books are really enjoyable but I loved this one and stayed up late to devour it And even hours later I'm still thinking about itCheck out my list of the best books I read in 2019 at Check out my list of the best books of the decade at all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoriablogspotcomFollow me on Instagram at


  3. Christy Christy says:

    3 stars I love Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund Broka's first two books LOVED them I couldn't wait to get my hands on Time of Our Lives Though I liked this book unfortunately it didn't hit the spot the same way the first two did I just had trouble connecting Overall it was a good read for me it just wasn't great Juniper and Fitz are both going on college tours though their situations couldn't be different Fitz has no intention of going to a college that's not local He's planning on staying near home to help his mom even though she is encouraging him to go explore Juniper wants nothing than to go to a college out of state but her family wants her to stay near In a serendipitous way they run into each other on their first stop I loved the family dynamic of both of these stories and I liked both of the main characters I just never felt connected to them or the two of them together I'm a little bummed this wasn't a five star favorite but I'm looking forward to reading from this author duo because I've absolutely adored everything else they've written


  4. Hollis Hollis says:

    I totally respect what this book is trying to do And what I imagine it will successfully do for many readers It just didn't uite work for meThis is such a great representation of the mixed emotions young people I was young once feel going into the next stage ie post high school of their lives The momentum that pushes them forward to escape their current situation overbearing family no room to be yourself too much responsibility at too young an age etc and the reluctance to go too far afield family obligations health anxiety worry etc These characters were perfect representations of those often conflicting though sometimes singular feelings I felt it I already know what the future holds It's right now that has the potential to be extraordinaryWhere this book failed for me I think was I didn't uite love the characters I didn't love what followed their initial meeting and connection and how that all came about and I was hard pressed to believe how uickly they just got each other Thankfully this relationship wasn't smooth sailing I appreciated the arguments the speed bumps but overall it did kind of stretch my belief Maybe if I had liked them I would've bought it? I don't know Part of me had hoped this had gone a different way been a story that connected these characters but didn't uite overlap she says vaguely There's a claustrophobia in comfort The threads become a web confining the person I want to be to the person I wasThere are definitely emotional elements to this story with some suffocating but reassuring for the character familial roles honestly the first few chapters dealing with Juniper's family made me want to break out in hives but that's just me and some heartbreaking health issues when it comes to a parent Again like before I could feel it ButBut overall no matter how great the writing how stunning some of the turns of phrase this was a story very character focused and I just couldn't love them The characters Also a certain cameo from IF I'M BEING HONEST made me so mad initially but that was redeemed Had it not? I would've been devastatedSo this was a mixed bag but also a strong read These authors are definitely talented and not writing the same story in each release thank goodness for that but this was also not what I got from IF I'M BEING HONEST and maybe in part that's also contributing to some disappointment Even though I said different things are great And they are If you've enjoyed this duo before I think you'll like this too Maybe not as much maybe Who is to say What I can say though is even though I didn't love it I'll continue to read whatever they put out I received an ARC from the publisher thank you in exchange for an honest review This review can also be found at A Take From Two Cities


  5. The Nerd Daily The Nerd Daily says:

    Originally published on The Nerd Daily | Review by Mimi KoehlerTime Of Our Lives follows young Juniper and Fitz who are both about to graduate with very differing future perspectives Fitz fears college and everything that it encompasses – mainly leaving his mother who’s diagnosed with early Alzheimer’s Fitz is running against the clock trying to figure out a way to make his mother understand why he wants to stay close to home while she’s trying to get him to consider colleges farther away and to live his life without worrying about her Juniper’s the exact opposite She is constantly reprimanded by her argumentative aunt always somehow in trouble for what her younger siblings get up to Juniper can’t wait to get as far away from home as humanly possible When Juniper and Fitz meet each on their own college tour two worlds collideAt odds from the very first moment neither seems to be able to understand the other Fitz uestions why Juniper would ever want to leave her family whereas Juniper doesn’t understand why Fitz would take on all that responsibility for a future that might not materialise until years down the line What they both begin to realise though is that sometimes circumstances can’t be what you want them to be and sometimes they’re exactly what you need without knowing itYou know that feeling when you’re reading a story with two point of views and can’t wait for one to be over so you can read about your favourite character again? Yeah this wasn’t the case here I was eually invested in both Fitz’s and Juniper’s individual journey and even gladder when their paths collided Fitz’s storyline especially was such a refreshing one to find in young adult contemporary Instead of being selfishly ignorant of other’s needs Fitz feels compelled to sacrifice his future to keep his mother safe and happy Even his stilted relationship with his brother Lewis was beautifully explored and showed that sometimes by trying to protect the people we love we end up hurting them But this is a book filled with second chances with realising that family comes first but doesn’t mean that you yourself aren’t important too Both Fitz and Juniper learn from each other and end up becoming better versions of themselves by showing what the other might not see because they’re too close to their familySure there were some awkward YA sentences thrown into the mix about how the guy isn’t aware of how hot he really is and the girl does seem to be getting over her relationship way too uickly considering she wanted to spent her future with another guy but that still didn’t take my enjoyment of the story awayAll in all this was a wonderful contemporary about two people anticipating and fearing their futures and coming to grips with the realities of having to leave their home to build their own identity away from the places they’ve grown up in I’d recommend this to anyone who is about to graduate and has some existential fears about leaving those they love to figure out who they themselves are A beautiful story about what it means to grow up grow apart and find the way back to the ones you love


  6. may ➹ may ➹ says:

    unfortunately I am not het enough to fully enjoy this kind of romance but family vibes


  7. Tucker (TuckerTheReader) Tucker (TuckerTheReader) says:

    Not their finest cover but I love the title I love the old title even As Forth We Go| Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram


  8. Vicky Again Vicky Again says:

    Oops Guess who marathoned this in the wee hours of the morning all at once so very uickly? Time of Our Lives takes a different approach than Wibbroka's former novels Not just in the way that it's dual POV and takes place on the East Coast but to storytelling overall This is very much of a coming of age story than a romance focusing a lot on the main characters and their individual struggles and what they learn from each other Of course there are romantic undertones with Juniper and Fitz but so much of this book is about Fitz grappling with the concept of memory and his mother's early onset Alzheimer's and his brother's neglect of the family And Juniper trying to reconcile pursuing a college education and getting to achieve her dreams in that environment but also not losing sight of family and home I think if you walk in expecting a romcom like Wibbroka's past books you're going to be a little disappointed But if you're looking at a story about two teens trying to figure out their future when their lives are so unstable who find romance at an inconvenient time where everything is hovering on the edge of a new beginning this is for you It's a little bit bittersweet I want and very serendipitous but not unbelievably so I also encountered the same kid at multiple colleges in the Northeast when I went touring but another contemporary stunner from Wibbroka


  9. Drewthereader20 Drewthereader20 says:

    For this being my first book by this author duo I really enjoyed it I want to say a big thank you to my friend Erin who sent me this arc for trade and I truly enjoyed it I'll have thoughts to come soon


  10. ✩ Mira ✩ ✩ Mira ✩ says:

    35 stars for the feeling of homesickness for a home you can never return to I've read and loved the two other books by this author duo they were light hearted YA rom coms and I expected this one to be similiar I didn't really read the discription and was a bit surprised upon actually reading the book Time of Our Lives felt a lot serious I wouldn't describe it as a rom com there wasn't a comedic element and the romance didn't feel like the main plotThe book takes place over a week during which the characters go on a road trip visiting prospective colleges I love books with travelling they always have this whimsical atmosphere to me remind me escaping from reality almost feel like magic realism This feeling was my favourite part of Time of Our Lives Unfortunately I felt separated from the main character's conflicts I understood them but couldn't connect This might be just because my personal struggles are so different from theirs which felt very foreignThe plot itself had uite a lot of filler imo I am writing this review right after finishing the book and I honestly can barely remember the first half Time of Our Lives also focused on one character's Fitz growth than the other's I could truly see how he changed and deveoped during the book Juniper's internal conflict felt very unimportant in comparison to Fitz's she has a big family and they expect her to be there for them from time to time So what? Where's the tragedy? I would get it if her relationships with relatives vere unhealthy but they weren't She literally has everything and wants to escape from it for what? I couldn't tell you I also don't understand why her only two choices were stay at home for college or leave and literally never speak to them again Also her whole arc was view spoiler understanding that she likes her family????? hide spoiler


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As We Go Forth [PDF / Epub] ✅ As We Go Forth By Emily Wibberley – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A boy desperate to hold on a girl ready to let goFitz Holton waits in fear for the day his single mother's early onset Alzheimer's starts stealing her memory He's vowed to stay close to home to care f A boy desperate to hold on a girl ready to let goFitz Holton waits in fear for the day his single mother's early onset Alzheimer's starts stealing her memory He's vowed to stay close to home to care for her in the years to come never mind the ridiculous college tour she's forcing him on to visit schools where he knows he'll never go Juniper Ramirez is counting down the days until she can leave home a home crowded with five younger siblings and zero privacy Against the wishes of her tight As We PDF/EPUB ² knit family Juniper plans her own college tour of the East Coast with one goal get outWhen Fitz and Juniper cross paths on their first college tour in Boston they're at odds from the moment they meet while Juniper's dying to start a new life apart for her family Fitz faces the sacrifices he must make for his Their relationship sparks a deep connection in each other's eyes they glimpse alternate possibilities regarding the first big decision of their adult lives Time of Our Lives is a story of home and away of the wonder and weight of memory of outgrowing fears and growing into the future.

  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • As We Go Forth
  • Emily Wibberley
  • English
  • 26 September 2016
  • 9781984835833