“Seventeen-year-old River doesn’t know what to do with himself when Penny, the girl he adores, breaks up with him. He lives in LA, where nobody walks anywhere, and Penny was his ride; he never bothered getting a license. He’s stuck. He’s desperate. Okay . . . he’s got to learn to drive.
But first, he does the unthinkable—he starts walking. He stumbles upon a support group for teens with various addictions. He fakes his way into the meetings, and begins to connect with the other kids, especially an amazing girl. River wants to tell the truth, but he can’t stop lying, and his tangle of deception may unravel before he learns how to handle the most potent drug of all: true love.”
“QUIRKY AND RELATABLE!”
I thought this book was the perfect memoir of teenage life and reflected teenage romance in a realistic way. The ending was really quirky and unpredictable which made it easier to relate to since things like that happen in life! I loved the diverse range of characters from rebellious types to complete angels who do no wrong. Plus, this is such a small book that you could read in a day, if that!