Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Amanda, who signs all of her artwork "Zero," planned to leave Phoenix in the fall to attend the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.A lack of funds and a rift between Amanda and her best friend, Jenn, has changed everything. Now fall looms, with nothing more than community college, her bickering parents and a sense that her art will never be good enough even to hang in the local coffee house ... Read full review

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User Review  - readingdate - LibraryThing

I thought I had this book pegged by the cover, which is so punk rock and artsy. I made some snap judgments about the book, thinking it would be a little dark and gritty for my taste. And while there ... Read full review

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User Review  - ladycato - LibraryThing

This YA novel is a fast, intense read. Leveen does a masterful job of creating a realistic and heavily flawed cast of characters, all viewed through the eyes of seventeen-year-old snarky artist Amanda ... Read full review

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I thought this book was really, really good. I couldn't put the book down. Amanda struggled with what happened between her and her best friend, Jenn, and also with her parents fighting a lot . I loved the part where she is trying to find the guts to talk to Mike after Gothic Rainbow played on stage. I also loved that Mike and her did get to have a relationship and she got to sell one of her paintings at Hole in the Wall and at the end I almost cried :') hopefully there is a sequel :)) <33 

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