How many secrets can you hide in plain sight? Sprout Bradford has a secret. It’s not what you think—he’ll tell you he’s gay. He’ll tell you about his dad’s drinking and his mother’s death. The green fingerprints everywhere tell you when he last dyed his hair. But neither the reader nor Sprout are prepared for what happens when Sprout suddenly finds he’s had a more profound effect on the lives around him than he ever thought possible. Sprout is both hilarious and gripping; a story of one boy at odds with the expected.
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Review: SproutUser Review - Janie - Goodreads
This was a very bizarre book. Though that might have been me as I vaguely remember being possibly half-asleep whenever I read it. That's not to say that the book itself is boring, no, I was just ... Read full review
Review: SproutUser Review - Lindie - Goodreads
I am really conflicted about this book. I LOVED the first part. That all-consuming-must-have-more-please-don't-let-it-ever-stop kind of love. I made three pages of notes. I was charmed by this green ... Read full review