David Arnold, a critically acclaimed writer, delivers yet another mix of rich, unforgettable characters, great narrative and deep, honest, revealing exploration of the human soul. Kids of Appetite is an insightful, inspiring, warm-hearted novel about love, loss, hate, faith, misery, and happiness. Vic lost his dad, and Madeline lost her uncle.
They've got a story to tell, but, before they do that, these people need to do a list of things, including a sacred "mission" of scattering the ashes of their loved ones across the state, forgetting all their misery and pain and being cool again, enjoying sunsets, ice-creams and everything in between, and a lot of other amazing, once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Kids of Appetite is not your usual romance novel, but, at the same time, it does a fantastic job of talking about it in an unusual, refreshing manner.
The main characters fall in love with songs, paintings, and, eventually, each other. The critics claim that after reading this wonderful story you'll start appreciating the world and the people around you a little bit more than before, and that's the biggest praise any book can get. Honest emotions are pretty hard to come by these days, but David Arnold's novel is probably one of the most "human" books to date.
Furthermore, it's also funny, charming, sweet and life-changing. Now, even though Kids of Appetite is intended for the younger audience - teen adults - the grown-up folks will most definitely enjoy it as well, as it's got that amazing vibe that you simply can't miss! Forget about all the troubles in the world and let Mr. Arnold guide you into a beautiful world of endless possibilities.