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The only official Sex Education novel. When the screen binge is over, return to the world of Moordale with a brand-new story featuring the show's most popular characters. Maeve gets an unexpected call from her brother Sean. It's no surprise to her that he is in trouble again. But she's the only family he's got, so she must saddle up and ride to the rescue. Or at least, scro The only official Sex Education novel. When the screen binge is over, return to the world of Moordale with a brand-new story featuring the show's most popular characters. Maeve gets an unexpected call from her brother Sean. It's no surprise to her that he is in trouble again. But she's the only family he's got, so she must saddle up and ride to the rescue. Or at least, scrounge a lift from Aimee and drive there. . . . Otis and Eric insist they can help, and Maeve's mission becomes a summer holiday road trip. Sean's been partying with a group of decadent rich kids who have no accused him of a crime. The evidence against him is pretty damning. Trying to clear his name, Maeve and friends integrate themselves into the rich kids' circle--it's time to go undercover. Thanks to Eric's dance floor moves, Aimee's easy charm, and Otis's ability to offer good advice, they get to know the group. And they soon discover that Sean is not the only one with a motive for getting even with beautiful party girl Tabitha. This standalone YA/crossover story has everything fans love about the show: favorite characters with real emotional depth, no-holds-barred honesty about teenage relationships, brilliant humor, and a great new storyline, plus a compelling whodunit at its heart.


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The only official Sex Education novel. When the screen binge is over, return to the world of Moordale with a brand-new story featuring the show's most popular characters. Maeve gets an unexpected call from her brother Sean. It's no surprise to her that he is in trouble again. But she's the only family he's got, so she must saddle up and ride to the rescue. Or at least, scro The only official Sex Education novel. When the screen binge is over, return to the world of Moordale with a brand-new story featuring the show's most popular characters. Maeve gets an unexpected call from her brother Sean. It's no surprise to her that he is in trouble again. But she's the only family he's got, so she must saddle up and ride to the rescue. Or at least, scrounge a lift from Aimee and drive there. . . . Otis and Eric insist they can help, and Maeve's mission becomes a summer holiday road trip. Sean's been partying with a group of decadent rich kids who have no accused him of a crime. The evidence against him is pretty damning. Trying to clear his name, Maeve and friends integrate themselves into the rich kids' circle--it's time to go undercover. Thanks to Eric's dance floor moves, Aimee's easy charm, and Otis's ability to offer good advice, they get to know the group. And they soon discover that Sean is not the only one with a motive for getting even with beautiful party girl Tabitha. This standalone YA/crossover story has everything fans love about the show: favorite characters with real emotional depth, no-holds-barred honesty about teenage relationships, brilliant humor, and a great new storyline, plus a compelling whodunit at its heart.

30 review for Sex Education: The Road Trip

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nofreeusernames Nofreeusernames

    Já jsem se tolik těšila a nakonec to byla taková tuctovka 😢 Ale Aimee je top ❤️

  2. 5 out of 5

    Evelin

    Perhaps one of Netflix’s most popular series is Sex Education, a lot of people love it and millions have seen it, but I’m one of those people who hasn’t reached the big hype yet and who doesn’t have much idea about the series, I don’t really know anything about it, but this volume gave me a little taste of what I can expect from Sex Education. After reading, I got really excited about it, and if I know it well, it has already made its three-season debut. I think it was perfect for catching up an Perhaps one of Netflix’s most popular series is Sex Education, a lot of people love it and millions have seen it, but I’m one of those people who hasn’t reached the big hype yet and who doesn’t have much idea about the series, I don’t really know anything about it, but this volume gave me a little taste of what I can expect from Sex Education. After reading, I got really excited about it, and if I know it well, it has already made its three-season debut. I think it was perfect for catching up and having an insight. It was neither too serious nor too funny. It fun, turns off and gives a kind of picture. The volume itself is not something long, but it is all the more meaningful. Pretty much everything happens through about 280 pages. We get a riddle here, we can get to know the characters better, unravel a mystery, and drop into a medium that a lot of people have already liked thanks to the series. In the first few pages of the volume we can get to know the main characters, I was happy about it only because, to tell the truth, based on the cover, I had no idea who it was and it took a while for the picture to come together about who it was. But once that was done, I felt like we were racing forward in the plot, and every little detail was neatly in place. The picture came together and I saw the whole thing. From start to finish. What caught me for the first time was that the writer didn’t put simple, boring characters in the spotlight, but people who were interesting and who were able to take the plot on their backs. There’s Maeve, who at first seemed weird at first, it turned out that in the end it wasn’t at all, he just thinks differently than the others, but it’s a huge point because of his passion for reading. Otis remained a huge question mark for me all along, not only because he was a little philosophical or just too weird the way he spoke, but also because I couldn’t get to a vineyard about him. Typically the character we can identify as socially awkward. Then there’s, of course, Eric and Amiee, whom I love, but really. Incredibly large shapes, even if they’re a little weird, but that’s exactly what’s beautiful about them. It seems that Sex Education likes to focus on not-so-ordinary, slightly more bizarre characters. Everyone should prescribe friends like Eric and Aimee because nothing is ever boring with them, something always happens and they are able to shake one up so that it is not true. They are lovable, loose and special. Aimee is simply brilliant, a bit of a boob, but that's fine for him. What came incredibly along with the story’s rapid course was that the writer had forged teens from different social backgrounds and shown that friendship breaks down all norms and rules. Serving as a perfect addition to the series, as if I knew for sure it would have made me even more passionate than it did by default. The story itself has to do with Sean, which makes the plot exciting, mysterious and really wild, which is a bit windy, mysterious, but also really phenomenal at times. It’s typically the story that shuts off for a few hours and then sits down in front of Netflix in the evening to start, or just restarting the series if you’ve already seen it. It is also an addictive and fun recreation. No wonder he has so many fans and has already taken so many people off his feet.

  3. 4 out of 5

    ❦ Anna Francesca

    I received a copy to review. I know (I really know) what you’re thinking and look I’d be thinking the same but just bare with me. I prepared myself for this book, lowered my expectations, then did it again and was ready to just have a break from my broken book picker. By page 2 I was squawking with laughter and I knew that I’d found a gem. Tricky things novelisations of tv series or films. Can an author truly get the characters or will it just read flat and disappointing. Let me tell you this au I received a copy to review. I know (I really know) what you’re thinking and look I’d be thinking the same but just bare with me. I prepared myself for this book, lowered my expectations, then did it again and was ready to just have a break from my broken book picker. By page 2 I was squawking with laughter and I knew that I’d found a gem. Tricky things novelisations of tv series or films. Can an author truly get the characters or will it just read flat and disappointing. Let me tell you this author got it all. The banter, Aimee and her isms, Eric and his fabulousness, Otis and his awkward friendly self and Maeve and her sharp wit with one of the biggest hearts. I’m telling you I could not stop laughing, I actually cried at one point I was laughing THAT much. Was my aura happy about it? No. Was I? Yes. The plot was actually good too, I know. This book really made me eat my words. I adored everything about it - the little stories and of course a few Jean moments, the queen herself. It’s not just a road trip and investigation - they have adventures along the way. They really care for each other and the miscommunications that happen are always followed by Otis guided therapy. Without going into spoilers the mishaps that happen even at the petrol station are hilarious. Let’s just say there’s a fashion montage just like in a film. There, I’ll give you that now go pick this up for some random and incredibly funny escapades. Ahhhhh I loved this. It has got to be clear by now. Read it and enjoy a bonus story that all Sex Education viewers need to read. I really thought hard on my rating because of what it is but honestly there was only ever going to be one rating, an easy five stars.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Addison

    A fun little detour into the world of sex education. Though I wasn't totally sold on the premise at first, the wonderful dialogue and awesome characterisation reminded me why I loved Maeve, Otis, Eric and Amy in the first place, and I laughed out loud at some moments. If you're a fan of Sex Education and are impatient for season 4 (a.ka. ME!!!), this book is definitely worth a read A fun little detour into the world of sex education. Though I wasn't totally sold on the premise at first, the wonderful dialogue and awesome characterisation reminded me why I loved Maeve, Otis, Eric and Amy in the first place, and I laughed out loud at some moments. If you're a fan of Sex Education and are impatient for season 4 (a.ka. ME!!!), this book is definitely worth a read

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Drews

    SPANNUNG? DRAMA? SEX EDUCATION? Für Fans der Serie sicher ein Highlight, aber wie so oft, finde ich die Serie besser als das Buch. Es lässt sich gut lesen, aber ist eben nicht so nah dran.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Matarrelli

    Moooolto carino! Scrittura molto semplice e libro leggero e scorrevole senza troppe pretese. Se vi manca un sacco la serie questo potrebbe aiutarvi mentre si aspetta la prossima stagione. Mi è sembrato proprio di guardare la serie tv.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Adam Webling

    A fun companion to the TV series. The story takes place between seasons and the characters feel the same as watching them on screen. While not developing the characters or the series' storylines, it was fun to have an outing with the main four. A fun companion to the TV series. The story takes place between seasons and the characters feel the same as watching them on screen. While not developing the characters or the series' storylines, it was fun to have an outing with the main four.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bridget Bernstein

    2021 Challenge: 41/24 Please look away while I hyperfixate

  9. 5 out of 5

    Robin Corbee

    Leuk, de personages lijken precies op die uit de serie. Maar het verhaal past dan weer niet bij de stijl van de serie

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lucia

    such a sweet, quick and easy read. :))

  11. 5 out of 5

    carys

    *3.75 kindle version

  12. 4 out of 5

    Orla

    Okay let me justify the three stars, it’s a really good book, but nothing too exciting and no *twists* . But overall a really good, easy to read book featuring Otis Maeve Eric and Aimee. Also, another good thing : including pronouns ! it’s so simple but i’m glad they are including peoples pronouns !!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Georgiana

    Me ha sorprendido. Pensaba que sería un algo como la serie, donde habría consultas y dudas resueltas y mucho sexo pero en realidad son unos amigos resolviendo un misterio. Me ha gustado aunque a veces no sé si los personajes encajaban en lo que yo pienso de ellos.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rhiannon

    was this objectively the best book ever? no. did it comfort me during my cold? yes.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ashli Hughes

    I got this as a gift and I was so excited to read it because I was obsessed with the show and all of its characters. is as a little nervous hat the book wouldn’t portray them in the ways that we’re used to and it would feel too different, but that wasn’t an issue at all. all of the characters were exactly like what we are used to. Meade was a bag of angst, grudgingly going through all of the plans that Eric suggested (of course they included glitter and lots of out-going clothes.) Otis was still I got this as a gift and I was so excited to read it because I was obsessed with the show and all of its characters. is as a little nervous hat the book wouldn’t portray them in the ways that we’re used to and it would feel too different, but that wasn’t an issue at all. all of the characters were exactly like what we are used to. Meade was a bag of angst, grudgingly going through all of the plans that Eric suggested (of course they included glitter and lots of out-going clothes.) Otis was still his awkward self missing social clues and Amy was just the cloud that floated around having no clue what was going on but still enjoying herself. I think the storyline was super interesting, it really did link so well onto the show and it was believable. It makes sense that Sean would get himself into a mess and expect Meade to clean it up, it was interesting and super fun. It had scenes that were away from the main storyline and enjoyable to read, like the drag show and their trip to the arcade. It was nice to get a break from the details of the plot and the theft, to just read about the characters having some fun. It wasn’t a groundbreaking book, but it was a super fun read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Une lecture à l'image de la série : bonne humeur, humour et aventure entraînante ! C'est simple, rafraichissant et à la fois très divertissant, le petit bémol est le côté prévisible du coupable. Personnellement j'ai adoré chaque personnage : l'excentricité d'Eric, l'authenticité d'Aimée, la douceur d'Otis et le mauvais caractère de Maeve font un bon mélange ! Une lecture à l'image de la série : bonne humeur, humour et aventure entraînante ! C'est simple, rafraichissant et à la fois très divertissant, le petit bémol est le côté prévisible du coupable. Personnellement j'ai adoré chaque personnage : l'excentricité d'Eric, l'authenticité d'Aimée, la douceur d'Otis et le mauvais caractère de Maeve font un bon mélange !

  17. 5 out of 5

    Arabella Mai

    This book, whilst doing some character bonding and exploring really well, overall fell very flat for me and didn't seem to really do anything and I felt that very little development was actually made. I know that it's only a crossover novel but I think that I had my expectations too high for something that was never going to happen. Not a bad book but didn't do anything for me unfortunately. Loved Maeve as the key focus / narrator though. This book, whilst doing some character bonding and exploring really well, overall fell very flat for me and didn't seem to really do anything and I felt that very little development was actually made. I know that it's only a crossover novel but I think that I had my expectations too high for something that was never going to happen. Not a bad book but didn't do anything for me unfortunately. Loved Maeve as the key focus / narrator though.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Birchall perfectly captured Maeve, as did the narrator. The rest of the characters, they didn't quite nail but this was still a highly entertaining, at times laugh out loud funny, ride of a story. Perfect for summer reading or during lockdown. Birchall perfectly captured Maeve, as did the narrator. The rest of the characters, they didn't quite nail but this was still a highly entertaining, at times laugh out loud funny, ride of a story. Perfect for summer reading or during lockdown.

  19. 5 out of 5

    ana

    Very fun, easy to follow & flows nicely. The characters are nicely written and they match what we know already from the show, even if they don't have as much depth as they do on screen. Good balance between comedic and heartfelt moments. It was nice to see how these characters interact outside of school/Moordale and it gave us some cute moments between Eric & the girls. Very fun, easy to follow & flows nicely. The characters are nicely written and they match what we know already from the show, even if they don't have as much depth as they do on screen. Good balance between comedic and heartfelt moments. It was nice to see how these characters interact outside of school/Moordale and it gave us some cute moments between Eric & the girls.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Yara Adorablebooks.nl

  21. 4 out of 5

    Patrícia Amaral

  22. 5 out of 5

    LissysLittleLibrary

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ana Ramírez

  24. 5 out of 5

    Liana

  25. 4 out of 5

    Pepermans Jamie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

  27. 4 out of 5

    Laura Herremans

  28. 5 out of 5

    Madita

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nele Muschielak

  30. 5 out of 5

    Louise

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