Nash Summers



  • Title: Lane’s
  • Author: Nash Summers
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Kindle Edition

Maps doesn t believe in growing up.He believes in his experiments, Benji s new driving skills, Perry s knowledge of adult things , and his interstellar boyfriend, Lane.Maps certainly doesn t believe in graduating And he especially doesn t believe in his friends attending separate colleges.Because if Maps believed in any of those things, it would mean he was growing up.

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And Maps was in love. Pure. Simple. Love. So very in love, no other feelings existed. No other love in the entirety of all the galaxies existed because Maps used it all up right then, right there, as Lane whispered wrong lyrics into his ear and stepped on toes.The melody of the song seemed to last an entire lifetime . . . .Maps is a romantic at heart. He's irresistible, charming, brilliant, AND romantic. Is it any wonder his parents don't want him to move out? Umm, actually . . . Maps' parents e [...]

This book could have easily been re-titled, "Into the Mind of Maps: A Study in Severe Separation Anxiety."Per Maps' usual, the way he approaches at his life, family, friends and dating a hot jock are nothing short of hilarious.However, also per Maps' usual, he can't (or won't) communicate for shit about anything that actually matters. He could teach a master class in Avoidance 401.When Maps thinks about the Big Life Changes that are on the horizon, he simply can't bring himself to face them head [...]

Lane's by Nash Summers is the third in the Life According to Maps Series. The boys are coming to the end of their high school years, and life choices must be made. Staying home after high school? Going away to college? Going alone or applying to the same school as your best friends and boyfriend? All of these are decisions that Maps has been putting off and refuses even to talk about until they can't be avoided any longer. My highlights:-The characters- all of them. They're fleshed out and so di [...]

~4.5 stars~"The world lapsed into slow motion.[]In through the impossibly bright light, walked Lane. His shirt flapped in wind that didn’t exist, just like that one scene of the glittery guy from that teen vampire movie Benji had made Maps watch. Maps held his breath. [] And then Lane said the most devastatingly romantic thing Maps had ever heard.“Sup.”And that's how Maps experiences his first love, y'all. In the same hilarious, OTT, dramatic way he experiences EVERYTHING!This is Maps's la [...]

Lane's is the third book in the Maps series. Read them in order, though, because you won't really "get" Maps, unless you do. Maps. I'm not entirely sure he's human. Maybe his parents found an alien and tried to convince it that it actually was human. I mean Maps is kind of unreal, you know? Oh, I adore him to pieces. He is truly one of a kind.So, it's senior year and Maps is being forced to think about things like university. And being Maps, he also wonders about other teenage things he hasn't e [...]

This serial was so beautiful, my little heart is so full of fluffy feelings. I love Maps, I love Lane, I love Benji and Perry and I can't believe this is actually over. I felt something between Benji and Perry so I thought there were going to be more stories but I think this is the last one which makes me sad because the characters and story are so amazing that I could read 10 more novellas

Qué cosa más bonita, cada libro de esta serie es mejor que el anterior.He reído, me he emocionado y hasta se me ha escapado una lagrimita, y yo NO LLORO NUNCA.Maps y Lane son lo más tierno, lo más mono y lo más adorable que hay. :')Divertidísimo, me ha sacado unas cuántas carcajadas (me miraban raro en la parada del bus xDRecomiendo muchísimo esta serie, de esas lecturas que te hacen sentir bien y te reconcilian con la cruda realidad. Si le tengo que buscar una pega (no las tiene) es qu [...]

4.75 starsFirst re-read. Oh these guys!!! I want and need more!!----This book made me so HAPPY!! I know I'll read this series over and over again anytime I need to feel better about the world. But I'm not ready for the series to end. I need to follow along with what happens to Maps and Lane next. And what about Benji and Perry?!?!?! This can't be it!!!

Some things just weren't meant to bed in this case it's Maps and me. You know that moment when you're standing at the dock waiting for your ship to come in and you realize that not only has it sailed without you but you're at the wrong damned dockah, that moment.I'm sorry I tried and I just don't get it. All my friends love him and yet, try as I might, most times I'd have to say he just irritates me. I thought maybe after the second book I was starting to warm up to him but nope, I'm right back [...]

Maps - I love him! This book, and of course the other two, was a joy to read and after finishing it I'm sitting here with a bright smile on my face and also a bit sad that this series is obviously at the end.And I'm glad that my reading year 2016 finishes with an uplifting book and I hope this is a sign that next year will be a good reading year!

Maybe 4.5 stars, but this series makes me smile as I read them, so rounded up. (And yes, these must be read in order). Maps is a young man somewhere on the autism spectrum, and as the parent of a kid with a degree of Aspergers, so many traits of Maps' rang true. His attempts to use logic on emotions, the missed social cues, the grandiose plans, the swoops of emotion, ignoring inconvenient facts, the off-kilter expectations. The way his parents love and want to launch him into the world, but can' [...]

4 StarsAHA!!! It took until this book to figure out who Maps reminded me of. *smh* I don't know why I didn't see it earlier but his personality, his literal understanding of friends, their conversations, the world, and his genius nerdiness had me wracking my brain on why he seemed so familiarBAZINGA! Maps is a younger version of Sheldon. It's amazing how he makes it day to day without endangering himself and the world around him.My enjoyment level increased in this one and I was starting to get [...]

*An ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*“It was either falling love or angina, and Maps was an optimist after all.”It can’t be over. This cannot be the final time I get to read the beautiful characters of Maps, Lanes, Benji, or Perry. I’ll miss them all way too much, and I may be able to look back on not getting more of these babies as a childhood trauma. Maps, and his unbelievably unique everything. Lane, and his adorable baseball loving innocence. Perry, eve [...]

Things Maps need to do before graduation 1) Crash a Party 2) Learn to Drive 3) Write a blog post 4) Plan a road trip 5) Make a scene at school 6) Ask Lane about college or our Maps is growing up *sigh*It has always been a joy returning to the life according Maps -- he's a character that delights me every single time. No matter that he is socially challenged -- really, Maps, you come to your boyfriend's house wearing tux? *laugh uncontrollably* -- or that he can be very narcissistic, but there is [...]

AmazingI think this may even be my favourite in the series, I'm not sure why it took me so long to read it. What a mistake to make! I have so much love for Benji, Lane and Perry - and of course the wonderful Maps. This talented author has done it again. Amazing.

I’m such a sucker for falling for the boy next door tales. They make my heart swoon and ache every time. But this! This series has one of the sweetest falling for the boy next door couples I’ve ever bumped into. From the very first *tap, tap, tap* on the bedroom window, I was in love. Maps and Lane are sweet and hilarious all rolled into one giant love burrito! :DBig changes are creeping up in Maps’ world in book three though. Everyone keeps talking about college and the future. Where will [...]

4.5 stars.Utterly adorkable 3rd installment to Life According To Maps. In which Maps and Lane and Benji and Perry try to figure out the pitfalls of making plans for after high school, teenage angst, and first love.Maps' usual quirks are front and center as always, assuming that while he should probably find a college to attend, his parents don't really want him to leave, which obviously explains his reluctance in applying for college, obviously, and has nothing to do with his fears of not gettin [...]

How could anybody not love Maps??

I am swooning over here. I loved this short series so much - I could read about Maps and Lane for the rest of my life and not get bored with them. This series was about two boys growing into their affections, all the while not caring about what others thought and caring all too much about what each other felt. I loved the connection that Maps and Lane had. Seeing them grow and figure out young love together made me smile, laugh and wish I was back to those days as well. I think it's fun to see t [...]

Do you have those near and dear to your heart book friends? I do. Maps is one of them. He is a one of a kind quirky guy. Have you seen ‘The Big Bang Theory’? I watch very little television (bookworm here) but I always watch my favorite nerds. Sheldon Cooper is an uber-nerd and Maps is his doppelgänger. They are very different yet have extremely parallel personalities. This is book three in Life According to Maps and I urge you to start at the very beginning. Experiencing the introduction of [...]

5+++ stars.Oh, this was so adorable and squee-able. And definitely the most romantic book in the series. No steam, thoughMaps is such a late bloomer :DI'm super sad the series is overc'mon, Maps in college? Definitely worth writing about!Also, Berry should totally be a thing! *_* The sparks were flying something fierce. >.<

omg map is hilarious i love him so much! PLEASE tell me there is a book 4

Lane’s (Life According to Maps, book 3)By Nash SummersThe third in the charming series of novellas about Matthew Wilson, known as Maps to his parents and friends, “Lane’s” takes us up to the end of Maps’s high school career as he faces the idea of a life away from home, and possibly away from his friends.Maps is not a normal kid. He’s a genius, and he’s a bit self-delusional in that adolescent way in which some teens see the world only through their own eyes, unable to make the lea [...]

What can I possibly say about this series, other than I never wanted it to end? I was so, so very hesitant to read Lane's, as I generally am with a final book in a series. My goodness, Nash Summers did a fantastic job of concluding (or really, beginning) Maps' journey with Lane and life. I absolutely adored this series, and I dare you not to fall in love with these characters. They are funny, snarky, clueless, and entirely lovable. Nash Summers has such a way with words, and I found myself readi [...]

4.3 StarsI don't read a lot of YA books, but if more of them were this sweet and funny I'd probably give them a chance.Also, I can totally see this as an ABC Family channel series. Someone needs to talk to Nash about that

This series has been such a joy to read! I want more please!

This was so cute. Honestly why couldn't this little trilogy of novellas been longer. I'd have read them, 700 pages long. I swear it!

I'm going to miss these boys.

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