Publish date: March 19th 2013
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
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I read this novel and my heart didn't break. Yes, it's true. I read a Hannah Moskowitz novel and did not emerge from it a sniveling ball of snot, tears running down my face because of my broken heart. I didn't think it was possible to read a Moskowitz novel and not be heart-broken on some level, but...
So apparently I can write this review and the only thing impeding me was my own bloody bladder and stomach, being gnawed on by a hybrid of racoons and weasels and rats and squirrels and my legs quivering like they just encountered the Bloody Baron. Oh, Steven and Marco, the lengths I went to for you...
As seen on Ed and Em's Reviews!I just adore Hannah Moskowitz. She's perfect and I love her. Of all the books that I've read by her, Marco Impossible may be my favorite. It's real and sweet and meaningful and absolutely heartbreaking in the best of ways. I cannot stress how much love I have for this ...
Thirteen-year-old best friends Stephen and Marco attempt a go-for-broke heist to break into the high school prom and get Marco to confess her love for (and hopefully steal the heart of) Benji, the adorable exchange student and bass player of the prom band. Of course, things don't always go as planne...