I highly recommend it not only for teenagers, but also for adults!
Well written story, deals realistically with current day issues while addressing the age old issues of youth anger and growing up.
This is a wonderful story about learning to accept the things in life one cannot change and embracing those we love.
Harmon is here to stay. We love him in Spokane. He gives life to people who you wouldn't normally get to know.Published 1 month ago by laurel a mckinney
Michael Harmon's books are targeted for the mid-level teen, judging from his writing. I'm nearly an adult, and despite the simple language, I really enjoy is books. Read morePublished 3 months ago by DJ
Well written story, deals realistically with current day issues while addressing the age old issues of youth anger and growing up.Published 9 months ago by addison talbot
Coming of age novels with an interesting, original and realistic male protagonist are hard to find. The Last Exit to Normal has a great one. Ben Campbell is a hard teen to like. Read morePublished 12 months ago by PDXbibliophile
I am a fan of Michael Harmon, and this is just another reason why! I love Ben and all his disfunctionality. Miss Mae is great! This novel was fun and serious at the same time.Published 22 months ago by Andrea
Being surprised in a good way is one of my favorite things! I hadn't intended on reading this book when I started it the other day, but I inadvertently left my intended "next read"... Read morePublished on September 17, 2011 by Johanna Freivalds
Ben's father comes out, separates from his wife and settles down with a male partner, Edward ... all of which causes the destruction of Ben's "normal" family life and which compels... Read morePublished on July 26, 2011 by Suradit
You know `em by heart, by name, by shoe size and possibly by sock color. The sometimes odd and annoying people who: use your things, wear your clothes without permission, read your... Read morePublished on April 25, 2010 by Whatcha Reading Now?
My 8th graders loved 'Skate'. I snapped this one up nearly as soon as it came out (and I almost never do that.)
I wasn't disappointed. Read more