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read mobi ✓ The Trail Rules ô Æ mbjuk ☆ Junior year’s looking up for sixteen year old Mike Her new BFF isn’t a sadistic control freak her boyfriend adores her and she’s learning to bike in the mountains without decapitating herself on a tree Well almostWhen she meets a group of riders who welcome her into theAke worthy risks in their own lives that could reap a handsome reward IndieReaderA fantastic seuel from Melanie Hooyenga A well done portrait of life at it's finest when things end to make way for new challenges and excitement When love trumps disappointment And when we find out just how limitless we really are YA Books CentralMike's story is solidly plotted and well paced and it shows that a change of heart is only the beginning step in understanding who you are The characters here ring true especially Mike whose evolution and growing self awareness propel the story forward The writing has an immediacy and works to bring readers inside of Mike's head And while there are some melodrama moments they never overwhelm the narrativeinstead they keep the emotions raw and honest The BookLife PrizeHooyenga continues to deliver an exciting story with page turning plotsand sub plots and an underlying theme of genuine female characters whoare likeably flawed Children's Literary Classics I haven’t had a chance to read the first book in the series but I will definitely be picking it up now to catch up on the other characters as I know there is a back story to some of my uestions that popped up in this bookThe Trail Rules tells Mike’s Mikayla story and allows us to come on a journey showcasing her newfound enjoyment of biking something she didn’t expect to give her so much freedom from her everyday life With pressure coming from all sides school drama family life relationship she finds solace on being on the bike and making that her focus and letting all of her worries drop away for the time being It helps when she meets a group of bikers where she feels that she can finally fit in especially with the help of one boy in the group Mica With Mica’s help Mike pushes herself further past her limits which help her develop as a character and show her that anything is possibleI found it amusing that her new love interest Mica had a similar name as herself but in some cases it was a bit confusing to follow alongI haven’t really read any books about mountain biking so this was a first for me and it was refreshing to read about something I had no background in It kept me interested and entertained and will do the same for fans of sports Mike definitely develops as the story progresses and she makes some tough decisions instead of taking the easy route which helps with her development as a character The overall story was a great fast and easy read and I would recommend it to anyone who loves biking romance and coming of age stories

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Junior year’s looking up for sixteen year old Mike Her new BFF isn’t a sadistic control freak her boyfriend adores her and she’s learning to bike in the mountains without decapitating herself on a tree Well almostWhen she meets a group of riders who welcome her into their pack she feels like she’s finally found where she belongs One particular rider a boy with an amazing smile and an even amazing ability to see what she’s truly capable of gives her the confidence to go after what she wants her own life with her own rulesThere’s only one problem he’s not her boyfriendJust as things seem to be falling into place her parents put on the pressure to figure out her future one that doesn’t include riding Mike soon realizes that having everything isn’t that great when she’s not the one choosing it She needs to decide if she’s going to continue to be a follower or step out of the shadows and find her own trailGold Winner Special Interest Sports 2018 Children's Li I was so excited to get an advanced copy of this book after thoroughly enjoying The Slope Rules and this did not disappointWe got to know Mike a little in Book One but now we delve headlong into her life She's a typical teen in many way she's antsy and angsty about preparing for college putting off adulting as long as possible while she explores her new passion mountain biking The perfect relationship she thought she had starts to slip away as these things often do for no obvious reason and that's when she meets Mica who not only shares her love of riding but looks to be Mike's match in every wayThis is a truly delightful story and I would recommend it to anyone who loves biking teen romance or YA contemporary in general I can't wait for The Edge Rules when we get to hear Brianna's storyDo yourself a favor and jump on Team Hooyenga There's lots of room

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The Trail Rules The Rules #2 Terary ClassicsSilver Winner YA Fiction General 2018 Moonbeam Children's Book AwardsSilver Winner YA Romance 2018 Readers' FavoriteHooyenga gives us an expertly written well paced narrative and a fascinating and well developed cast of teen and adult characters On its surface it's a simple romance that incorporates high school social drama with personal growth through the physical emotional and mental challenge of a sport Mike is a very likable teen who hasn't yet found her own path or her inner courage As she gains experience on the bikeshe devises ten plus one trail rules which also help her face the challenges of life this is an extremely positive and engaging story told in a very beautiful way Readers' FavoriteIn a must read book a target audience of teenage girls will coast through the hilarious yet drama fueled book THE TRAIL RULES follows one girl's adventure into self discovery and security leading to a goose bump inducing conclusion that will inspire young adults to t 'The Trail Rules' by Melanie Hooyenga does a great job of capturing the personality and drama of main character Mike full name Mikayla and how her friends and family factor into her life in easy and not so easy ways The first seuel to 'The Slope Rules' to be followed by another seuel later in 2018 titled 'The Edge Rules' this particular novel follows Mike and her fascination with bike riding on the trails near where she livesEven though her love of riding stemmed from her relationship with boyfriend Evan she starts feeling different about him and life in general when she realizes that she craves trust and independence from the life she has known Having given up some friends and her former lifestyle in recent months for what she considers the better she finds her way back to Evan Their relationship seems wonderful and happy on the surface but Mike is beginning to feel that Evan doesn't understand what she wants or needs and it is hard for her to determine how to move forward or not as his girlfriend He has been what she thought she wanted for so long and reconciling her feelings about him with these new emotions she's feeling is harder than she could imagineMaking her decision somewhat easier and also harder in a sense is her interest in another trail rider named Mica and her parents' crackdown on her time studying Even though they feel she should be home immediately after school to start her homework and only go out on the weekends she finds herself drawn to the trail Being name twins with Mica is only one of the factors that draws her to him and their mutual love of riding but knowing he's not her boyfriend makes it hard to consider starting something up with him when and if she ends things with Evan She wants to be challenged and supported and the fact that the grass always seems greener on the other side makes Mica all that much appealing not that Evan is so bad to begin withMike's trouble with making up her mind figuring out how to deal with old friends who seem off even though she promised herself and others she'd stay away and doing her best to take new steps in her life causes a good amount of strife and heartache But so is life and Mike learns this throughout the course of the novel while Hooyenga injects a solid amount of swoon worthy scenes biking lingo and senses of understanding for Mike's troubles A fun read that is good for not only lovers of contemporary romance but also sports enthusiastsBeth Rodgers Author of 'Freshman Fourteen' and 'Sweet Fifteen' Young Adult NovelsReview originally posted at YABooksCentralcom