Lexi Angelo is a Convention Kid - she's got a clipboard and a walkie talkie to prove it.
Aidan Green is a messy-haired, annoyingly arrogant author and he's disrupting her perfect planning.
In a flurry of awkward encounters, lost schedules and late-night conversations, Lexi discovers that some things can't be planned.... Things like falling in love.
What did you like most about Unconventional?
Everything about it was lovely. Constantly entertaining, relatable, a great bunch of characters and the story was a lot of fun.
What other book might you compare Unconventional to, and why?
It's quite similar to 'Fangirl' by Rainbow Rowell, 'Unconventional' is a good book for anyone who likes conventions like Comic-Con or any kind of fandom, but also has some great friendships and family dynamics.
What does Rosie Jones bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Rosie really made it a great listening experience, her lively and upbeat voice really matched the tone of the book and worked so well with the characters she was portraying.Her various different accents were also very impressive as it's a very diverse book.