Kids of Appetite | Sticky Note Reviews

 

I picked up Kids of Appetite as an audiobook because it had been on my TBR for a while and the audiobook was available at the library. It all came down to timing, really. I needed a new audiobook, and KOA was available. KOA didn’t, like Mosquitoland, take me a couple of tries to get through.

What other novels have you read where characters go on quests to get closer to their dads?

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One thought on “Kids of Appetite | Sticky Note Reviews

  1. I love your sticky note reviews! I didn’t think about the characters of KoA being done that way because of Vic and Mad’s teenage self-centeredness, but it makes sense that way. I really enjoyed KoA. Another book I read that sort of focuses on the relationship between father and son is Warmstone by Chris Speck.

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