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read kindle Û Kids of Appetite × Kindle Edition µ naturaltreatment È The bestselling author of Mosuitoland brings us another batch of unforgettable characters in this tragicomedy about first love and devastating loss Victor Benucci and Madeline Falco have a story to tellIt begins with the deatOlice Department would very much like to hear itBut in order to tell their story Vic and Mad must focus on all the chapters in between This is a story about 1 A coded mission to scatter ashes across New Jersey2 The momentous nature of the Palisades in winter3 One dormant submarine4 Two songs about f buddy read #5 with Pragya let's hope this one doesn't disappoint DNF 30% Disclaimer There’s nothing wrong with this book In fact I’m sure it’s probably a great exceptional heartwarming book nonetheless I didn’t feel any of those sentiments so continue on with the review Reading Kids of Appetite is like being that one friend in a group who doesn’t get the inside jokes And it’s really not fun There are so many unexplained phrases puzzling memories and weird classification names that left me feeling super left out I know I know I just started the book and the understanding of these things would come with time but seriously tone that ish down please So from what I gathered the Kids of Appetite are a bunch of wayward children who banned together for some reason but someone their leader I think is being blamed for a crime not a spoiler calm down and I’m sitting here like ummmmm tell me why I’m supposed to care againSo yes the book and the characters did have their charming aspects It’s funny in a particular way and it’s diverse so definitely appreciate that but honestly the plot was just not doing it for me Everything just seemed very out of sorts and this girl wasn’t going to stick around while everything rearranged themselves in proper order MehAlso my BR partner ditched me so blame her y’allI may revisit this book again one day one day when I’m feeling patient and forgiving but for now it’s gonna be DNFed “We are all part of the same story each of us different chapters We may not have the power to choose setting or plot but we can choose what kind of character we want to be” 2 stars

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The bestselling author of Mosuitoland brings us another batch of unforgettable characters in this tragicomedy about first love and devastating loss Victor Benucci and Madeline Falco have a story to tellIt begins with the death of Vic’s fatherIt ends with the murder of Mad’s uncleThe Hackensack P As I was devouring no pun intended David Arnold's sensational new book Kids of Appetite I started pondering the existential uestion Why do I read As you'd probably imagine there isn't one easy answer to that uestion—at different times I may read for entertainment escape information motivation or to be moved and uite often it's a combination of than one of thoseWhile I didn't set out to read Kids of Appetite to be moved this story of the bonds of friendship preserving your own identity overcoming tragedy giving yourself and others a second chance and the jumble of emotions which accompany first love absolutely moved and dazzled me This is truly a special book full of emotion surprise and beautiful storytelling and it has found its way into my heartWe are all part of the same story each of us different chapters We may not have the power to choose setting or plot but we can choose what kind of character we want to beThings haven't been the same since Victor Benucci's father died two years ago Afflicted with Moebius syndrome a neurological disorder that primarily causes facial paralysis Vic is unable to blink or show much facial expression at all which causes him to be ridiculed and treated as if he's stupid which he most certainly isn't He finds it difficult to make friends and he misses his father tremendously as he introduced Vic to the beauty of asymmetry in art But as Vic's mother is trying to rebuild her life he doesn't know how he fits inIn the midst of an emotional crisis one night Vic runs into Madeline Falco a beautiful girl he's seen around a few times before Mad has than her own share of tragedy to overcome but she recognizes in Vic a kindred spirit in need of help She introduces him to her three companions with whom she shares a uniue family like existence They offer to help Vic with one major challenge he has undertaken—to solve the riddle his father left for his mother regarding where to scatter his ashes But as Vic recognizes he can't hide forever he is completely drawn to Mad and he finds that she is as much in need of rescue as he isI think Mad saw in books what I saw in art the weightless beauty of the universeThe book alternates between chapters narrated by Vic and Mad and also shifts between the present during which a police investigation is taking place and eight days prior when Vic meets Mad and her friends While there are some twists in the plot that are given away in the book's synopsis some are not and part of this book's beauty is in letting the story unfold for you so I'll stop with my plot summaryI honestly cannot say enough great things about this book While it's classified as YA it definitely doesn't feel that way except for the fact that the main characters are teenagers It's just so well told so moving and anyone who has struggled with loss feelings of powerlessness and being ostracized for being different when inherently you're the same will identify with it I haven't read Arnold's first book Mosuitoland yet but you can bet I willIt's amazing to think that there are still three months left in 2016 and I've already read so many incredible books which have left indelible impressions on me Kids of Appetite is definitely one of those See all of my reviews at

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Kids of AppetiteLowers5 Being cool in the traditional sense6 Sunsets ice cream orchards graveyards7 Simultaneous extreme opposites8 A narrow escape from a war torn country9 A story collector10 How to listen to someone who does not talk11 Falling in love with a painting12 Falling in love with a song13 Falling in lov If anyone was silly enough to be worried that David Arnold's second book wouldn't live up to his wonderful debut MOSUITOLAND they should rest assured that it does KIDS OF APPETITE is brilliant incredible emotional sensitive not what I was expecting and better than I could hope for David has a sensitivity in his writing that I haven't seen anywhere else and his characters have an intensity and passion for life that you can really feel in his writing and that will light your soul on fire I only hope that I can be half as brave half as great as his characters; I only hope that I can be a Super Racehorse too David’s books make me hungry for of his words and I will keep eating them up as long as he keeps writing ie hopefully forever and ever amen This is a Super Racehorse of a book and I read the whole thing in one day But like MOSUITOLAND it’ll be one I read over and over