Hannah will resort to anything to save her mother’s life. Including blackmail. Even if the target is the former boyfriend of her goody-goody best friend, Stacy.
Except, he just moved to the West Coast, and now it’s up to Hannah to convince Stacy to hitchhike with her cross-country to confront him.
It’s 1971. Change is happening. And Hannah’s understanding of the world is about to be tested by those she encounters along the way, including a gorgeous draft dodger.
Someone is about to face a deathly experience. But it’s not Hannah’s mother.
Uncaged Review: This book is set in the early 70s,
and around the time of the Vietnam war. This story
is an intricately woven coming of age story that will
capture the crazy and over the top emotions of young
women as they hitchhike across the country. The
adventures and the people that they meet along the
way keeps this book a true page turner, and the author
magically transports you into the story.
This is a story that’s hard to put down, and will have
you thinking about it long after you set it down. As a
child of the 70’s myself, it was easy for me to picture
the world as I saw it within the pages. Even though
this is a fictional story, it very well could have been
an experience in a real life. Reviewed by Cyrene