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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. Wow Wowowowow I think this book made my brain explode a little bit but in a good way So much to think about after finishing this one I’ll write of a review once I process my thoughts better but for now preorder this one Nic never disappoints but she REALLY did something great with Jackpot The Rabbit Effect: Live Longer, Happier, and Healthier with the Groundbreaking Science of Kindness uniteor divideNic Stone the New York Times bestselling author of Dear Martin and Odd One Out creates two The Rabbit Effect: Live Longer, Happier, and Healthier with the Groundbreaking Science of Kindness 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. Wow Wowowowow I think this book made my brain explode a little bit but in a good way So much to think about after finishing this one I’ll write of a review once I process my thoughts better but for now preorder this one Nic never disappoints but she REALLY did something great with Jackpot

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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. Hold on to your seatbelts you guys I got an early peek and this book is amazing A deeper review closer to the pub date I promise

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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. This book was one of the YA reads that wasn't on my radar at all I've never read any books by Nic Stone so this was my first Thank You Netgalley for granting me an arc I'd say this was about a 35 as I had to knock some stars off my review for some things I had a problem withSo this is the story of Rico who is a girl living with her mom and little brother working pretty much full time while going to school to help her mother make ends meet Rico is trying to track down this old lady who she believes bought a winning lottery ticket at her gas station in hopes of getting that ticket and claiming the money for herself See Rico is like a second mother to her younger brother and she just wants a life where she can provide for him and give him the world Where they don't have to just barely make rent at the end of the month and do without Where the rich kids at school won't bully themRico's momRico's mother seriously got on my nerves After her bad decisions she basically puts it all on her daughter to help take care of the family because she's too proud to apply for government assistance But also insists on having them live in an area they can't afford under the guise of wanting better schools for her children She never gets the dragging she deserves because bad parenting like that should've be excused There was also a missed opportunity to inform people on the types of services available at little to no cost for single mothers Services her family could've desperate used instead of Rico's mother working her to exhaustion She has colitis but doesn't want to go on medicaid even after Rico calls her out She doesn't have a change of mind instead just decides to go waste money on a vacation they can't afford In another book someone from outside the family would've called her out about her shitty parentingAlso one thing I found strange is that Zan asks Rico What are you and he clarifies that he means ethnically because it perplexes him that she doesn't know a popular rap song Now we black girls know there's a stereotype that if you are a pretty black girl you must be mixed with somethingAnd it's acknowledged that it's offensive but we still go there anyway I expected her response to be The black girl with the high cheekbones and curly hair is of course mixed And Rico goes into this whole explanation about her exotic background with an Afro Spanish father and biracial mother who was raised by a white fatherI will say this book's strongest point is the effortless chemistry between Zan and Rico They are a classic YA rom com duo Zan is the rich boy who comes across like a bad boy but it really a cool down to earth dude Rico seeks him out because he was at that gas station that day and she heard some rumors that he's good with computers He doesn't open up much and he's kind of intrigued by her since at school she talks to no one Once he and Rico form a friendship he really tries to get her to open up and does what he can to make her and her brother's lives a little easier Which while cute at times can come across a little white saviorish I would've loved to hear of his POV vs the random objects POV we heard instead I found his family dynamic very interesting Him picking up Rico every day gave me shades ofNot sure how I feel about that ending It didn't end the way that I expected Teacher Evaluation in Music: A Guide for Music Teachers in the Us under the guise of wanting better schools for her children She never gets the dragging she deserves because bad parenting like that should've be excused There was also a missed opportunity to inform people on the types of services available at little to no cost for single mothers Services her family could've desperate Reticence used instead of Rico's mother working her to exhaustion She has colitis but doesn't want to go on medicaid even after Rico calls her out She doesn't have a change of mind instead just decides to go waste money on a vacation they can't afford In another book someone from outside the family would've called her out about her shitty parentingAlso one thing I found strange is that Zan asks Rico What are you and he clarifies that he means ethnically because it perplexes him that she doesn't know a popular rap song Now we black girls know there's a stereotype that if you are a pretty black girl you must be mixed with somethingAnd it's acknowledged that it's offensive but we still go there anyway I expected her response to be The black girl with the high cheekbones and curly hair is of course mixed And Rico goes into this whole explanation about her exotic background with an Afro Spanish father and biracial mother who was raised by a white fatherI will say this book's strongest point is the effortless chemistry between Zan and Rico They are a classic YA rom com duo Zan is the rich boy who comes across like a bad boy but it really a cool down to earth dude Rico seeks him out because he was at that gas station that day and she heard some rumors that he's good with computers He doesn't open Peloponnesian War up much and he's kind of intrigued by her since at school she talks to no one Once he and Rico form a friendship he really tries to get her to open Training for the New Alpinism: A Manual for the Climber as Athlete up and does what he can to make her and her brother's lives a little easier Which while cute at times can come across a little white saviorish I would've loved to hear of his POV vs the random objects POV we heard instead I found his family dynamic very interesting Him picking Greek Mythology up Rico every day gave me shades ofNot sure how I feel about that ending It didn't end the way that I expected