Goodbye, Rebel Blue

Goodbye, Rebel Blue

Book - 2013
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Rebecca "Rebel" Blue, a loner rebel and budding artist, reluctantly completes the bucket list of Kennedy Green, an over-committed do-gooder classmate who dies in a car accident following a stint in detention where both girls were forced to consider their morality and write bucket lists.
Publisher: New York :, Amulet Books,, [2013]
ISBN: 9781419709302
Branch Call Number: YF COR NVD
Characteristics: 299 pages ; 22 cm


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Oct 04, 2016

I read this pretty quickly because it was interesting and easy to get into. Rebel is an interesting girl, and goes through a lot. I thought the romance was a little cliche (bad girl and prep boy) but other than that, enjoyed it. The author has the characters tackling some big questions about life. And I really like the cover design ... that colour blue is beautiful. Recommended for teens.

Jun 08, 2016

The plot was really random but original, and somehow the book slid smoothly from one event to another. I like Rebel's view on the world, and how she doesn't really get the rules of society. This is a really interesting and good book, and I totally recommend it.

Jul 27, 2014

Interesting Idea for the Plot but I couldn't really even get into it.

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Jun 21, 2014

Rebel Blue is a girl who has trouble figuring out who she is. But as she completes the bucket list of Kennedy Green after she dies in a car crash, she realizes that she has been lying to herself. She does need other people in her life. She doesn't want to be a smoker. She wants to help others. Goodbye, Rebel Blue is a great book.


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