Review #32 // The Girl from Everywhere (The Girl from Everywhere #1) – Heidi Heilig


Nix has spent her life traveling through maps with her father. The ability to be able to travel through different maps, fictional or real, is something her father, a Navigator, has a knack for. The problem is that he has an obsession to find the map of Hawaii 1868, so he could find Nix’s mother . . . and erase his daughter from existence?

Why this book?: This is the Keep it Diverse Book Club’s first group read! I was so excited!

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