What do you do when you’re too young to be on your own but have no one to turn to? Sixteen-year-old Wreath Willis makes a list: Find a place to live. Buy cheap food. Finish high school. Get a job. Go to college. Now she’s finishing high school by day and squatting in a junkyard by night, flying below the authorities’ radar while she makes a few awkward friends and searches for an illusory “good life.” But when a teacher grows too suspicious, Wreath is afraid she’ll have to move on before she graduates. Could it be this was a good life?
It really wasn't my type of book. It was too slow moving, not really any action murder. But i would recommend this to a slow reader and intrest in chick book.
Publisher-Barbour Publishing, Inc.
Reviewer Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by~Sierra Wells (Student at Franklin High School)
~Thank you to the publisher for the donation of this book to the Read for your Future book program!~