Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Notes From the Midnight Driver by Jordan Sonnenblick

I personally gave this book a five out of five, no question. This book is about a boy named Alex Gregory who decides to drink a pint of vodka, steal his mom’s car, and then trash his dad’s house. It turns out that when he did this mischief (or tried to) it only took up ten pages of the book. The rest of the book is about what happens to Alex after he does the incident (or tried to do it, keep that in mind). Alex then finds himself sitting in front of a judge hearing that he had to do 100 hours of human service for an old man named Sol (short for Solomon.) After all the talk died down, Alex had to juggle community service, girls, and…guitars? Come and read this book to learn about Alex’s adventure and what he does with his…situation.

Jordan Sonnenblick is a hilarious author with a very unique personality. I love his characters such as Laurie, Alex’s best friend, and Solomon. I recommend this book to teens, young adults, or anyone else who has a sense of humor. Anyone who reads this book will probably have sympathy, recognition, and laughter, maybe all on the same page.

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