Destroy All Cars
A "smart and entertaining"* anti-love story from YA master Blake Nelson
James Hoff likes to rant against America's consumerist culture--the malls, the SUVs, the focus on clothes. He also likes to rant against his ex-girlfriend, Sadie, who he doesn't feel is doing enough to change the world --a bike path can't save the environment. But just like he can't avoid buying things, he also can't avoid Sadie for long. This anti-consumerist love story is all about idealism, in James's relationship with the world around him and his relationships with the people around him.
This is a fantastic, funny, sexy, cool masterpiece from one of the best YA writers working today.
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Review: Destroy All CarsUser Review - Goodreads
My book destroy all cars by Blake Nelson is about a kid that is not like most Americans, he does not want to drive do what most kids want to do when they are teens. He wants to destroy all car because ...
Review: Destroy All CarsUser Review - Zachariah - Goodreads
I couldn't help but think of John Updike's short story A&P while reading this. James is like a modern day Sammy. So that I liked because it's one of my favorite short stories. It also probably helps ... Read full review