In a field of palpitating hearts and dystopian societies, this realistic novel is a refreshing change... Butcher adeptly creates a feel-good story that has the flavor of Jonathan Friesen's Jerk, California (Speak, 2008), sands the angst. - School Library Journal
Readers will be impressed and engaged by Dani’s resourcefulness and entrepreneurial spirit. She brings people together and creates opportunities for the community of Farrow, actions which, in turn, help take the edge of her grief. - Canadian Materials
The contrast between the feisty, unconventional characters in Farrow and her less interesting conventional parents is nicely drawn.
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