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For Dash and Lily, it's beginning to look a lot like...distance! Just in time for the series release of Dash & Lily on Netflix comes a new helping of love--this time across the pond as best-selling authors Rachel Cohn and David Levithan send Dash and Lily to England. Dash and Lily were feeling closer than ever...it's just too bad they're now an ocean apart For Dash and Lily, it's beginning to look a lot like...distance! Just in time for the series release of Dash & Lily on Netflix comes a new helping of love--this time across the pond as best-selling authors Rachel Cohn and David Levithan send Dash and Lily to England. Dash and Lily were feeling closer than ever...it's just too bad they're now an ocean apart. After Dash gets accepted to Oxford University and Lily stays in New York to take care of her dogwalking business, the devoted couple are struggling to make a long distance relationship work. And when Dash breaks the news that he won't be coming home for Christmas, Lily makes a decision: if Dash can't come to her, she'll join him in London. It's a perfect romantic gesture...that spins out of Lily's control. Soon Dash and Lily are feeling more of a gap between them, even though they're in the same city. Will London bring them together again--or will it be their undoing?


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For Dash and Lily, it's beginning to look a lot like...distance! Just in time for the series release of Dash & Lily on Netflix comes a new helping of love--this time across the pond as best-selling authors Rachel Cohn and David Levithan send Dash and Lily to England. Dash and Lily were feeling closer than ever...it's just too bad they're now an ocean apart For Dash and Lily, it's beginning to look a lot like...distance! Just in time for the series release of Dash & Lily on Netflix comes a new helping of love--this time across the pond as best-selling authors Rachel Cohn and David Levithan send Dash and Lily to England. Dash and Lily were feeling closer than ever...it's just too bad they're now an ocean apart. After Dash gets accepted to Oxford University and Lily stays in New York to take care of her dogwalking business, the devoted couple are struggling to make a long distance relationship work. And when Dash breaks the news that he won't be coming home for Christmas, Lily makes a decision: if Dash can't come to her, she'll join him in London. It's a perfect romantic gesture...that spins out of Lily's control. Soon Dash and Lily are feeling more of a gap between them, even though they're in the same city. Will London bring them together again--or will it be their undoing?

30 review for Mind the Gap, Dash & Lily

  1. 5 out of 5

    ♠ TABI⁷ ♠

    Excuse u BUT: WHO FORGOT TO TELL ME THAT THIS SERIES WAS GETTING ANOTHER BOOK A N D A Netflix SERIES??????????

  2. 4 out of 5

    Melina Souza

    I really hope Netflix continues the series because I'd love to see the second and third books played out on screen. Pleeeease, Netflix! It was super nostalgic read about Winter Wonderland in London ♡ I really hope Netflix continues the series because I'd love to see the second and third books played out on screen. Pleeeease, Netflix! It was super nostalgic read about Winter Wonderland in London ♡

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Thomas

    This book was everything I wanted it to be. I knew the angst would have a happy ending and I thoroughly enjoyed the ride. I feel so protective of Dash and Lily because they seem so real in a lot of ways and I just love their love. I feel like I highlighted half of this book, there were so many good quotes! Honestly I hope there is a 4th book. I will continue reading Dash & Lily adventures until I'm 50 if possible! ----------------------------------------------- Whaaaaat is this?!?!?!?! I have suc This book was everything I wanted it to be. I knew the angst would have a happy ending and I thoroughly enjoyed the ride. I feel so protective of Dash and Lily because they seem so real in a lot of ways and I just love their love. I feel like I highlighted half of this book, there were so many good quotes! Honestly I hope there is a 4th book. I will continue reading Dash & Lily adventures until I'm 50 if possible! ----------------------------------------------- Whaaaaat is this?!?!?!?! I have such a soft spot for Dash & Lily. I'm beyond excited for this book!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brooke

    Okay, I loved this one! Definitely my favorite installment of the Dash & Lily books! I really hope Netflix continues the TV version so that I can see this book played out on screen! 💚❤️💚❤️

  5. 5 out of 5

    BookNightOwl

    Watch the first season on Netflix!!! As for this book I enjoyed reading from these characters again this time it is set in London.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    I'm almost entirely convinced that this book was written solely to bank off of the new Netflix series. It's been what, 4, almost 5 years since the second Dash & Lily book came out? How convenient that the release of the 3rd book corresponds with the premiere of the show (I think not). Speaking of convenience, there's not a single event that happens in this book that isn't based on convenience or serendipity. I hate when books rely on convenience to move the plot forward. It's so unbelievable. Mi I'm almost entirely convinced that this book was written solely to bank off of the new Netflix series. It's been what, 4, almost 5 years since the second Dash & Lily book came out? How convenient that the release of the 3rd book corresponds with the premiere of the show (I think not). Speaking of convenience, there's not a single event that happens in this book that isn't based on convenience or serendipity. I hate when books rely on convenience to move the plot forward. It's so unbelievable. Mind the Gap, Dash & Lily was actually giving the Outlander series a run for its money on the convenience front. Yeah, I know, suspension of disbelief and whatnot, but, it makes for a boring, tedious, and eye-roll inducing read. Almost every aspect of Dash and Lily's New York world somehow makes an appearance in London. Cue eye-roll into the next dimension here. Don't even get me started on the plot. Complete waste of time and lack of story. Why can't publishers/authors understand that if there isn't a natural story left to tell, that that most likely means the series doesn't need a new book. Oh yeah, they do it because they know suckers like me are going to buy the book anyways, because, how are unsuspecting (okay, somewhat suspecting) readers to know that the book was going to stink without having purchased and then read it? Emphasis on purchase. Lily gets more annoying with each installment. I wanted to drop kick her back to New York most of the time. Dash deserves better in my opinion. Did I even mention that Dash and Lily are only together for maybe about a quarter of the book? Ugh, what a rip off.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jenny (Reading Envy)

    If the Netflix Dash and Lily show is book 1, this is book 3, and each one is Christmas themed (because Lily loves Christmas.) Dash has been at Oxford and Lily comes for a visit, and...not a lot happens. The authors really want a happy ending so conflict is pretty minimal, and I'm not sure there was a lot there other than the usual holiday rom-com elements - there are friends and quirky relatives, dogs and winter scenes, and of course at least one bookstore. Nice to have two narrators in audio be If the Netflix Dash and Lily show is book 1, this is book 3, and each one is Christmas themed (because Lily loves Christmas.) Dash has been at Oxford and Lily comes for a visit, and...not a lot happens. The authors really want a happy ending so conflict is pretty minimal, and I'm not sure there was a lot there other than the usual holiday rom-com elements - there are friends and quirky relatives, dogs and winter scenes, and of course at least one bookstore. Nice to have two narrators in audio because it goes by quickly, and was a rom-com ending to my winter vacation. I had access to this through the Random House Volumes app, and it came out in November 2020.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sylvie

    2.75/5 Stars. I was very happy when I heard the news that there will be in fact a third book in Dash & Lily saga. And since it became a tradition for me to read a Dash & Lily book a day before the year ends, I did the same in 2020 too. So yes, this was my last book of 2020 Oh, and also I read this immediately after I watched Dash & Lily's netflix adaptation. But I guess I'm kind of (hopefully not entirely) growing out of young adult contemporaries, that's why I didn't enjoy this as much as I wanted 2.75/5 Stars. I was very happy when I heard the news that there will be in fact a third book in Dash & Lily saga. And since it became a tradition for me to read a Dash & Lily book a day before the year ends, I did the same in 2020 too. So yes, this was my last book of 2020 Oh, and also I read this immediately after I watched Dash & Lily's netflix adaptation. But I guess I'm kind of (hopefully not entirely) growing out of young adult contemporaries, that's why I didn't enjoy this as much as I wanted to.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kate (GirlReading)

    These characters and their story have my whole heart and honestly, at this point, Christmas wouldn't feel right without some Dash and Lily. I'd happy continue to follow their story book after book, year after year. Whilst I didn't love this addition quite as much as the past two, I think that's purely down to being Brit who's familiar with London, so I definitely missed the escapism of the NYC setting. However, the story, relationships, characters, mental illness rep, books, dogs and Christmas m These characters and their story have my whole heart and honestly, at this point, Christmas wouldn't feel right without some Dash and Lily. I'd happy continue to follow their story book after book, year after year. Whilst I didn't love this addition quite as much as the past two, I think that's purely down to being Brit who's familiar with London, so I definitely missed the escapism of the NYC setting. However, the story, relationships, characters, mental illness rep, books, dogs and Christmas magic delivered on all fronts. This was a lovely addition to this gorgeously festive couples story and whilst I hope it won't be the last, I can't wait to continue to reread (and rewatch) their story for many Christmases to come. TW: anxiety, panic attacks

  10. 4 out of 5

    Samantha (WLABB)

    I don't know about any of you, but I was ecstatic when I learned we were getting a new Dash & Lily book. Once again, we caught up with this duo during the holiday season. This installment took us to England, where Dash was studying at Oxford. It was their first reunion after several months of separation, and because this was Dash and Lily, it did not go smoothly. I consider it a special treat to have the opportunity to revisit these characters and check in on the state of their relationship, whi I don't know about any of you, but I was ecstatic when I learned we were getting a new Dash & Lily book. Once again, we caught up with this duo during the holiday season. This installment took us to England, where Dash was studying at Oxford. It was their first reunion after several months of separation, and because this was Dash and Lily, it did not go smoothly. I consider it a special treat to have the opportunity to revisit these characters and check in on the state of their relationship, which continued to change along with Dash and Lily. Though part of the story involved the distance between them, and how they were coping with the separation, a bigger focus was on their impending futures. Moving from high school to college can be a challenge for a lot of people. Many leave home for the first time, leaving behind the life they were accustomed to and the people they loved. It's also a time, when people realize that maybe what they wanted in life has changed. Dash and Lily are both dealing with a combination of these issues in different ways, and it was fantastic that these things were explored in this installment. Seeing these two start to see their futures take form was exciting and rather satisfying for me. It was also fantastic to celebrate the holidays with one of my favorite couples. I have grown to love Christmases in NYC, but Levithan and Cohn treated me to an incredible time in England. I attended many events and shared some great meals with people Lily and Dash hold dear. A good time was had by all. I feel like I will forever ship these two, and I hope the authors have more adventures in store for them. I will keep my fingers crossed, that we get to attend a wedding with these two, AND that they are the bride and groom. BLOG | INSTAGRAM |TWITTER | BLOGLOVIN | FRIEND ME ON GOODREADS

  11. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    3.5⭐ This one was a bit more of a downer than the previous two books, but it was still a fun read. CW - anxiety, panic attack

  12. 5 out of 5

    Yanne Albert

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked the idea of Dash and Lily finding their own way but reading the book just screamed "Privileged" into my face. Like in "I will slap you with how privileged I am". Like a very cringe fanfiction. I did like that Dash&Lily's relationship had taken a more adult turn but there was too much going on to actually enjoy it. I will just list everything that I did not like but where to start? - Lily is suddenly a world-known dog influencer. Yes, let's start the cringe there. - Lily's family is so ove I liked the idea of Dash and Lily finding their own way but reading the book just screamed "Privileged" into my face. Like in "I will slap you with how privileged I am". Like a very cringe fanfiction. I did like that Dash&Lily's relationship had taken a more adult turn but there was too much going on to actually enjoy it. I will just list everything that I did not like but where to start? - Lily is suddenly a world-known dog influencer. Yes, let's start the cringe there. - Lily's family is so overreacting that it is cringe. I mean you do not cancel Christmas for the whole 40+ family because "the baby" decided to not follow "the legacy" and wants to find her own way - Suddenly Dash has a grandmother that is exact equivalent of Mrs. Basil E. (private house in ridiculously expensive neighborhood, knows a LOT of famous people, has good taste) - I mean it was such a copy and paste - "Oxford sucks" mindset that came from not only Dash but also from other characters and even if it does (which I do not know since I've not studied there myself) I find it very privileged mindset ("Oxford doesn't suit me, so I'll just try somewhere else, like *enter other very hard to get into universities that are out of reach for everyone whose parents aren't made of money or who do not have connections in the school) - and of course Dash's random classmate in Oxford was Sophia's classmate in high school before Sophia moved to NY. And another equally random connection happens at the end of the story as well and let me tell you: the world is small but not that small. - which brings us to the next point about connections. Lily's mom has acquaintance at Barnard whose lectures Lily can "check out", Dash's grandmother calling one of the best editors in the world for interview?? What is it saying to the readers?? Of course I am pissed off thinking how much I've worked to get into the publishing world, how much my sister is worrying about getting into a uni in England and how she's going to pay for it! And I know I'm being unjust right now but just knowing that some other people are scraping together all their money and effort in order to make it... Just no. -and the last one: let's have two christmases because if if we fly to NY at the right time we can celebrate both in London and NY. Good luck with getting the tickets for the right plane and hoping nothing gets delayed. But then again - I'm sure their connections will find a way.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mariah Roze

    After seeing the Dash & Lily series on Netflix, my bestie and I decided to read the trilogy together. The best book was book #1, then book #3. We felt book #2 was a filler. I really hope that the author's decide to write a book #4 because I want to know what happens next! "Dash and Lily were feeling closer than ever...it's just too bad they're now an ocean apart. After Dash gets accepted to Oxford University and Lily stays in New York to take care of her dogwalking business, the devoted couple are After seeing the Dash & Lily series on Netflix, my bestie and I decided to read the trilogy together. The best book was book #1, then book #3. We felt book #2 was a filler. I really hope that the author's decide to write a book #4 because I want to know what happens next! "Dash and Lily were feeling closer than ever...it's just too bad they're now an ocean apart. After Dash gets accepted to Oxford University and Lily stays in New York to take care of her dogwalking business, the devoted couple are struggling to make a long distance relationship work. And when Dash breaks the news that he won't be coming home for Christmas, Lily makes a decision: if Dash can't come to her, she'll join him in London. It's a perfect romantic gesture...that spins out of Lily's control. Soon Dash and Lily are feeling more of a gap between them, even though they're in the same city. Will London bring them together again--or will it be their undoing?"

  14. 4 out of 5

    Avid Reader and Geek Girl

    4.5 stars

  15. 5 out of 5

    FloeticFlo

    This one was alright. I really enjoyed getting to see Christmas in London. But I never really connected with it. I felt like it was maybe 70 percent internal struggle and 30 percent plot. It did have some good quotes towards the end. If it gets made into a Netflix series will I watch it? You bet.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Both Dash and Lily were too emo, and this didn’t really give me all the Christmas feels I was hoping for.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lata

    What to do when you fly across the Atlantic to surprise your boyfriend, who seems curiously disengaged? This is Lily’s predicament after a year of building her dog walking and dog paraphernalia business (and ignoring her mother’s appeals for her to make a decision about college.) Dash meanwhile, is in Oxford, getting disillusioned, and connecting with his paternal grandmother Gem, a woman who is effortlessly cool and amazing. Not to take anything away from Lily’s grandaunt Mrs. Basil E., who rem What to do when you fly across the Atlantic to surprise your boyfriend, who seems curiously disengaged? This is Lily’s predicament after a year of building her dog walking and dog paraphernalia business (and ignoring her mother’s appeals for her to make a decision about college.) Dash meanwhile, is in Oxford, getting disillusioned, and connecting with his paternal grandmother Gem, a woman who is effortlessly cool and amazing. Not to take anything away from Lily’s grandaunt Mrs. Basil E., who remains also effortlessly cool and amazing. Anyway, it’s Christmas again, and though there is some tension between the pair, of COURSE Lily and Dash have to find their way back together. Again, much hot chocolate, cookies and pastries are consumed on the way there.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rachel McMillan

    it's Dash and Lily--- but in England hurrah! cute, quick read it's Dash and Lily--- but in England hurrah! cute, quick read

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amy (booksofmyshka)

    3.5 stars

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zoë ☆

    It was so fun to read about Dash & Lily again, but I guess I expected something different? More fluffiness and Christmas cheer maybe?! (We definitely got that towards the end though, no worries) Still, the subjects discussed (what to study, what to do with life after high school) are definitely important and I appreciated it. So yeah, not as fluffy and happy as I would have expected, but still worth the read! Thanks to PRH International for providing me with an e-Arc! 💕

  21. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    I just adore this couple to pieces, and I'm so glad to go on another adventure with them. Oxford University isn't what Dash had in mind when he decided to attend, and Lily has been using her gap year to promote her "dogtrepreneur" business, which is booming. This Christmas, she pays Dash a surprise visit in England, it doesn't begin quite how she anticipated: the long distance hasn't been the easiest for either of them. Choosing your life's direction after high school is often one of the most in I just adore this couple to pieces, and I'm so glad to go on another adventure with them. Oxford University isn't what Dash had in mind when he decided to attend, and Lily has been using her gap year to promote her "dogtrepreneur" business, which is booming. This Christmas, she pays Dash a surprise visit in England, it doesn't begin quite how she anticipated: the long distance hasn't been the easiest for either of them. Choosing your life's direction after high school is often one of the most intimidating milestones in a person's life, but together, Dash and Lily can take on the world. You can always rely on Levithan and Cohn for a humorous and heartwarming collaboration!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Katja (Life and Other Disasters)

    *I was provided with an eARC by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review!* CW: depiction of anxiety/panic attacks I’ve currently really been on a roll when it comes to Dash & Lily, reigniting my love for the characters by binging the Netflix show (several times) and following it up by reading the sequel and now this book that places them in London. It’s as if the authors allow you to watch them grow up a little more with each book and I appreciated that the most in Mind the Gap *I was provided with an eARC by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review!* CW: depiction of anxiety/panic attacks I’ve currently really been on a roll when it comes to Dash & Lily, reigniting my love for the characters by binging the Netflix show (several times) and following it up by reading the sequel and now this book that places them in London. It’s as if the authors allow you to watch them grow up a little more with each book and I appreciated that the most in Mind the Gap. There was much I loved, but also a couple things that bothered me. A lot of it came down to one of my biggest pet peeves – bad communication. Despite being miles and miles apart, Dash and Lily really make the long distance thing work. They seemed so solid in their relationship that their troubles once they reunited felt … strange to me. Obviously, they were busy living their lives and struggling or thriving (depending on who you’re looking at) and didn’t talk about every little detail that happened while they were apart. Where Dash got disappointed by his own ambitions, Lily was turning into a little dog mogul without her family or friends noticing. All of that is understandable and just warrants a bit of time to talk it all out, catch up on the things you missed, but what does Lily Bear do? Once again she runs away. I was so frustrated with her, because poor Dashiell was just too overwhelmed. Lily went to London surprising Dash without his knowledge. While he was glad to see her (because he is always glad to see her), it was also really bad timing. He didn’t want her to see him in this state of despair he found himself in. Oxford had drained him to the last drop and only his previously estranged grandmother, Gem, could raise his spirits. Instead of being glad that Dash had finally found a family member to connect with, Lily was jealous. She was legit jealous of Dash’ grandmother, a woman who is basically a slightly British version of Mrs. Basil E. But once they got over those initial hick-ups, however annoying I might have found them, especially on Lily’s part, the book was really fantastic. I felt Dash’ state of being lost to the core. The way his world seemed to close in on him and he just did not know what to do now that what he had always envisioned for himself wasn’t as fulfilling as he thought it would be. I think that’s something a lot of young adults have to face. Their expectations of college/university aren’t always going to match up with reality and it takes a whole lot of strength to muster up the courage to find a new path. Simultaneously, you have Lily’s own struggle with what the future holds. I think I found it a bit harder to connect to her here, because she is so much larger than life sometimes. Where Dash is relatable in his quiet despair, Lily has suddenly made mountains of cash (without her very meddling family knowing?) and has become a dog influencer who is even recognised on the street outside of New York City. I always knew her happy demeanor was contagious, but she basically had become a celebrity without the people in her life realising it. Maybe because she didn’t communicate clearly what she was doing and just how successful she was with it, her family kept pressuring her to go down a more traditional academic route. I enjoyed that she stood her ground in the end, but I never really had to worry about her not being okay. She was doing great for herself, Dash was much more worrisome. The book ended with their relationship stronger than ever. While the story as a whole was not as fluffy and cutesy as the previous ones, it still filled my heart with a certain warmth that only Dash and Lily can provide. Those kids are not kids anymore and you just know they’re going to find their way. Fazit: 3.5/5 stars! It was lovely to see them grow up like this.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Riya Queen

    Cripes, this series. It's been such a fun time with Lily and Dash, and I'm so sad that it's over. This one, again, celebrates Christmas in London, as Lily flies away to give Dash a pretty surprise. Only, things don't turn out quite like they expected (existential crisis? Hello??), some family drama, stress about Oxford and what exactly Dash wants to do, Lily's apprehension, and a whole lot of Cute scenes with Dash and Lily. Some might feel like maybe other side characters weren't explored as muc Cripes, this series. It's been such a fun time with Lily and Dash, and I'm so sad that it's over. This one, again, celebrates Christmas in London, as Lily flies away to give Dash a pretty surprise. Only, things don't turn out quite like they expected (existential crisis? Hello??), some family drama, stress about Oxford and what exactly Dash wants to do, Lily's apprehension, and a whole lot of Cute scenes with Dash and Lily. Some might feel like maybe other side characters weren't explored as much, but personally, I just wanted to follow them around and read about them getting cozy and naming everything that they love about each other. I loved the way Lily stood up to Dash when Mark and her family picks out faults with him; how they're so different and so similar at the same time, how they patch things up in the end and comes out more stronger than before, and how Dash Loves Lily more than books. (I hope y'know how lucky you are, Lily. Kidding, love ya.) And most importantly, how they figured out what they want out of life, and fought for it's cause through and through, and ended up with each other too! Overall such a sweet series of three, and trust me when I say I'd love a book 4! :D P.s. Mark is nasty, not a fan bruh.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kate Welsh

    I loved this one; it did such a great job of creating tension that WASN'T about whether Dash and Lily would break up and all the early adulthood stuff was SO REAL. The London setting at Christmas was delightful too! I loved this one; it did such a great job of creating tension that WASN'T about whether Dash and Lily would break up and all the early adulthood stuff was SO REAL. The London setting at Christmas was delightful too!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Candice

    I WANT TO GO BACK TO LONDON

  26. 5 out of 5

    kelly {BookCrushin}

    A great addition to this lovely and angsty holiday series!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Manon

    This was extremely cosy, and I absolutely loved getting in the Christmas spirit with this one. I haven't yet picked up the other books, but I'm sure to do so! This was extremely cosy, and I absolutely loved getting in the Christmas spirit with this one. I haven't yet picked up the other books, but I'm sure to do so!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Hayes

    Really enjoyed this book. I love Dash and Lily so much so it was nice to visit them again 😊

  29. 4 out of 5

    Liza

    Just what I needed in 2020. A wonderful visit with old friends as they try to find their path in this thing called life. I loved everything about this. So much London, and books, and dogs, and finding yourself set to a backdrop of Christmas.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Em

    “This is the story of a boy who lost something, then found something, then had to figure out what to do next.” Dash and Lily are the loves of each other's lives. But six months spent apart while Dash starts college at Oxford University in England and Lily kicks off a dog-walking business has strained their relationship a little. So Lily kindles a plan to surprise Dash and enmesh herself in his life across the pond. But trans-Atlantic communication doesn't always go the distance so Dash and Li “This is the story of a boy who lost something, then found something, then had to figure out what to do next.” Dash and Lily are the loves of each other's lives. But six months spent apart while Dash starts college at Oxford University in England and Lily kicks off a dog-walking business has strained their relationship a little. So Lily kindles a plan to surprise Dash and enmesh herself in his life across the pond. But trans-Atlantic communication doesn't always go the distance so Dash and Lily will need to work to ensure that they can. I love me a YA holiday romance and when I found out there was going to be a third Dash and Lily story (as well as a Netflix series!) I was over the moon. Each book in this trilogy has been a happy surprise for me and this one was no exception, especially because Cohn & Levithan really upped the character development in this one. I loved getting to see Dash finally face his emotions and getting to see Lily start making some serious decisions - even if the authors still refuse to admit that she's autistic as eff. And I loved that the drama turned from their relationship to their futures because relationship drama, especially with characters as intense as Dash and Lily, gets pretty boring pretty quickly. As usual, we get to meet loads of quirky and interesting side characters and go on wonderful doggie and literary adventures around a marvellous city. Gem and Sir Ian were wonderful additions to the cast with their wild stories and fortuitous appearances. The "omg England is so Weird" shtick did get a little tedious in places - step outside the American cultural bubble, people! - but I liked that they shook up the setting to keep things fresh. Another wonderful, upbeat story from my favourite YA collaborators. I can't wait to see what they bring us next (and to finally dive into the Dash and Lily Netflix series)!

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