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by Matthew Quick
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 Leah's Bookish Obsession
Leah's Bookish Obsession rated it 2 years ago
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~๏~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ABOUT THE BOOK~ Sorta Like A Rock Star Matthew Quick ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~๏~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Amber Appleton lives in a bus. Ever since her mom's boyfriend kicked them out, Amber, her mom, and her totally loyal dog, Bobby Big Boy (aka Thrice B) have been camped out in t...
The Person From Porlock
The Person From Porlock rated it 6 years ago
I've been putting this off for a long time, and perhaps for a good reason (since May 22nd, apparently). This is one of the two books that have ever made me cry; the other is [b:The Murder Of Bindy Mackenzie|82781|The Murder Of Bindy Mackenzie (Ashbury/Brookfield, #3)|Jaclyn Moriarty|https://d.gr-ass...
52 Book Minimum
52 Book Minimum rated it 6 years ago
Amber, her mother and her pup Bobby Big Boy have been living in Hello Yello (a school bus Amber’s mother drives part-time) for months after being kicked out of the latest in a series of her mom’s boyfriend’s apartments. Amber is an eternal optimist – splitting her time between her school friends (t...
The In-Between Place
The In-Between Place rated it 6 years ago
Amber Appleton is definitely a rock star, no “sorta” about it. True? True. She’s incorrigibly optimistic and hopeful, despite the less than ideal circumstances that life has thrown at her. She cheers up the elderly, rescues stray dogs, helps Korean ladies learn English (and how to embrace their inne...
Milka Really Likes To Read
Milka Really Likes To Read rated it 7 years ago
Amber Appleton does not have a place call home. Except if you count the school bus her mother drives a home. Amber's mom, who has tendency not to eat and spend most of her money on vodka, promises Amber that they will be out of the bus soon - but she started giving promises already months ago when t...
Anna hashtag doing to much
Anna hashtag doing to much rated it 7 years ago
"Maybe I'm a freak - but i'm one hopeful misfit, and you could be worst things in this world. True? True."It's books like this that had me realized how some of YA novels had seriously went downhill. Ever since I had the uber passion for reading, this kind of telling was what I grown fixated and what...
So Many Books...So Little Time!
So Many Books...So Little Time! rated it 8 years ago
Amber Appleton is currently homeless, sleeping on the school bus her mother drives part-time, and trying to keep her life and her self together. She does the best she can with what she's got and makes the best out of her situation. She volunteers at the old folks home, she teaches english to Korean ...
isamlq rated it 8 years ago
It begins with a young woman whose perpetually upbeat manner had me squinting, wondering at what her damage was. Proclaimed Princess of Hope, she’d surrounded herself with people to hold up. Yet it was these various people who had me pausing, they seemed almost too sweet. The five she hung out with ...
Emily May (The Book Geek)
Emily May (The Book Geek) rated it 8 years ago
I'm sorry if this review is on the sucky side, I really want it to be good but I'm writing it at the same time as writing a 2000-word research report on quantitative data analysis (kill me, just kill me now) so I can't make any promises. Plus, it's one of those really good books that I tend to waffl...
nessochist rated it 8 years ago
Irrepressible hope and relentless optimism are amazing and impressive...and you know what else? Extremely annoying. Yes, dear readers, I was one of those people giving Amber Appleton the side-eye for the entire first half of the book. Sure, I empathized with her horrible situation and admired the ...
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