Bryan Bliss…THANK YOU!
No Parking at the End Times is definitely on my top 5 books of 2015, easily. This book is narrated by a 17 year old girl, named Abigail. And in this story she goes on to explain that her parents made a really big mistake, and how she and her twin brother are going to fix it. And, that big mistake you’re probably wondering about is kind of a long story. There’s actually a whole long list of problems. Problem 1. Abigail’s parents thought that the world was going to end soon, and it didn’t. Problem 2. They’re in San Francisco, when they’re lives are all the way across the country 3. They’re homeless and living in there van. 4. Her twin brother is full of nothing but hate towards their parents and keeps sneaking out in the middle of the night to only God knows where. and 5. The pastor that they sold there house, and there lives for is nothing but a phony, but her parents can’t seem to realize that.
In my opinion Bryan Bliss did an outstanding job in getting inside a teenage girl’s head, and unraveling the problem and weaving the story in every sentence. If Bryan Bliss would right another book I would read it ASAP, and the new book would have a free pass to the front of my TBR waiting list. And for my book shelf that is the biggest honor like EVER, you might as well be a War hero.
So out of 5 stars I would give this book a 5 out of 5 stars, in my opinion the plot line was complete, there was some character development even though I would’ve preferred a little more in Aaron, but it was perfectly balanced none the less. So, 100 points to Gryffindor! Just kidding. ~Blondie