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  • Hardcover
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  • Jackpot AUTHOR Nic Stone
  • Nic Stone
  • English
  • 03 December 2019
  • 9781984829627

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Jackpot AUTHOR Nic Stone review å 104 Read & Download Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Nic Stone Read Jackpot AUTHOR Nic Stone From the author of the New York Times bestseller Dear Martin comes a pitch perfect romance that examines class privilege and how a stroke of good luck can change an entire lifeMeet Rico high school senior and afternoon shift cashier at the Gas 'n' Go who after school and work races home to take car. Even though I predicted the ending of this one pretty early on there is just something about Nic Stone s writing that really does it for me and I liked this one SO MUCH My favorite bits were the parts written in the perspective of different inanimate objects because I feel like they just really gave this that little extra something and honestly y all this was just so fun and you need to read it

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Jackpot AUTHOR Nic Stone review å 104 Read & Download Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Nic Stone Read Jackpot AUTHOR Nic Stone Ve and have nots collide Will this investigative duo uniteor divideNic Stone the New York Times bestselling author of Dear Martin and Odd One Out creates two unforgettable characters in one hard hitting story about class money both too little and too much and how you make your own luck in the world. Haven t read this yet just combatting an absurd rating from someone else who has certainly not read it Will update when I ve actually read it

Read & Download Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Nic Stone

Jackpot AUTHOR Nic Stone review å 104 Read & Download Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Nic Stone Read Jackpot AUTHOR Nic Stone E of her younger brother Every Single Day When Rico sells a jackpot winning lotto ticket she thinks maybe her luck will finally change but only if she with some assistance from her popular and wildly rich classmate Zan can find the ticket holder who hasn't claimed the prize But what happens when ha. Jackpot by Nic Stone is the YA jewel I didn t know I needed Rico is tough and serious in her determinedly matter of fact way She knows all she will ever need to know about each of her classmates Without having an actual conversation Rico knows what their home lives must be She can tell what type of people they are Rico is so grown she even knows exactly how each of her peers sees herSo it s not such a big deal for Rico to stay out of that basic high school drama she s truly got no time for it anyway Mama is hounding her to pick up extra shifts at the gas station The purest person on the planet her little brother Jax seems to stay sick And she does still need to graduate Zan rich boy because of daddy s toilet paper is not someone Rico ever envisioned approaching Truth be told she hid when he popped into her Gas n Go on Christmas Eve just so she wouldn t have to be polite to him But now his mad hacker skills may be exactly what Rico needs Something else happened that night before Christmas Rico sold a winning lotto ticket but the prize has not been claimed Rico vividly recalls chatting with the sweet little lady who mentioned being forgetful She will do everything possible to track this woman down in time to claim the jackpotWhile the sullen Rico is stuck with the inexplicably cheerful Zan she grows annoyed by his habit of asking the uestions that most folks would just mull over silently Replying to his sneaky probing seemingly innocent ueries got Rico thinking More time together meant self realization and Rico began to wonder if her earlier assumptions were not entirely accurate Maybe being part of a family that is financially well off does not necessarily mean having whatever you want Perhaps someone can be decked out in all Nike attire and still legitimately need food stamps Maybe money is a blessing Or it could be a curse Ms Stone s characters are authentic enough to feel familiar but fresh enough to be invigorating Day to day life even when infused with Something Different is realistic and relatable The occasional appearance of unexpected and unlikely narrators elevates the entire book in a way that I find intensely delightful