The Wonder Bread Summer
Jessica Anya Blau
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It's 1983 in Berkeley, California. Twenty-year-old Allie Dodgson is a straitlaced college student working part-time at a dress shop to make ends meet. But when the shop turns out to be a front for a dangerous drug-dealing business, Allie finds herself on the lam, speeding toward Los Angeles in her best friend's Prelude with a Wonder Bread bag full of cocaine riding shotgun and a hit man named Vice Versa on her tail. You can't find a more thrilling summer read!
Publishers Weekly Review
© Publishers Weekly
I've was so excited for this book to come out because I loved Drinking Closer to Home and The Summer of Naked Swim Parties. This book was one of the most stupidest stories I ever read. I kept on reading in hopes it would get better, it never did.
Wish I could get my money back.
An Exhilarating Read.
This is the best of Blau's novels -- and that's saying a lot. Fast paced, funny, and very sensory, it tells the story of a young woman on a wild adventure. It's the kind of action story that is usually reserved for male characters, but Blau proves that she can pull it off with a female lead expertly. The resolution is enormously satisfying, and it's impossible not to care about the characters.
Wonder bored summer
Don't buy this book. It really is not well written. In fact, it's a bore.