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 the back of Hello Yellow (the school bus her mom drives). Still, Amber, the self-proclaimed princess of hope and girl of unyielding optimism, refuses to sweat the bad stuff. But when a fatal tragedy threatens Amber's optimism - and her way of life - can Amber continue to be the rock star of hope?
With an oddball cast of characters, and a heartwarming, inspiring story, this novel unveils a beautifully beaten-up world of laughs, loyalty, and hard-earned hope. The world is Amber's stage, and Amber is, well...she's sorta like a rock star. True? True.
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After being hooked by Silver Linings playbook.....
The story was a positive uplifting one ...Although I think it might have been aimed at a younger audience, but was pleased I gave it a chance anyway.
I liked the bitter old lady in the nursing home because I can relate to her cynicism
Not an extreme reaction, but it was one that I couldn't stop listening to
This book reminds me of a young lady I work with who is the sweetest, most optimistic person Ive ever met despite the loss of her mother as a child and some other tough circumstances...I've recommended she give this a read
- Brad Zerkel
I love how Amber shortens everyones names to their initials. I also love how she relates to people most teenagers would avoid.
I have not but I will now!
The parts where she was interacting with the people in the rest home were heartwarming. I loved the battlel.
This book is probably written for teens but I'm 38 and I really liked it.