Ballads of Suburbia. Stephanie Kuehnert
ISBN: 9781439102824 | 368 pages | 10 Mb
Ballads of Suburbia Stephanie Kuehnert
Publisher: MTV Books
I'm not going to lie, the drugs made me hesitant to read Ballads of Suburbia. Kara hasn't been back to Oak Park since the end of junior year, when a heroin overdose nearly killed her and sirens heralded her exit. Ballads of Suburbia by Stephanie Kuehnert is another book that deals with “beat”. The characters write their own ballads to explain their own story, which makes the book super cool. This by no means was an easy story to read. I have to make this clear first, I think only people above 15 should read this book. If your looking for a quick feel good read, skip Ballads of Suburbia. Ballads of Suburbia by Stephanie Kuehnert Available July 21, 2009. Intensely powerful and utterly engaging, “Ballads of Suburbia “explores the heartbreaking moments when life changes unexpectedly, and reveals the consequences of being forced to grow up too soon. It's not a story I'll want to read again anytime soon, it's so raw, but it's fantastic. She does multiple drugs and drinks herself into a stupor. [description from Amazon] Kara hasn't been back to Oak Park since the end of junior year, when a heroin overdose nearly killed her and sirens heralded her exit. The hard-hitting issues of drug abuse and self-injury aren't glossed over in this book, everything is thundering in your head as you read. The Ballad of Betty Poop by Steve Anderson a funny educational song about water quality and wastewater systems. Ballads of Suburbia by Stephanie Kuehnert. This story haunted me for months after I read it.
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