Anything But Ordinary

Anything But Ordinary Billy Bradshaw is a boy of twelve when a juvenile court judge sentences him to community service at the Liberty Street Home for the Elderly and Infirm Thrown to the care of six aging Bohemians Billy

  • Title: Anything But Ordinary
  • Author: Michael DeVault
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Billy Bradshaw is a boy of twelve when a juvenile court judge sentences him to community service at the Liberty Street Home for the Elderly and Infirm Thrown to the care of six aging Bohemians, Billy s summer takes an unexpected turn when a new administrator arrives at Liberty Street, with plans to rid himself of the troublesome denizens of Hall B Billy takes on the taskBilly Bradshaw is a boy of twelve when a juvenile court judge sentences him to community service at the Liberty Street Home for the Elderly and Infirm Thrown to the care of six aging Bohemians, Billy s summer takes an unexpected turn when a new administrator arrives at Liberty Street, with plans to rid himself of the troublesome denizens of Hall B Billy takes on the task of saving the home the Bohemians have created However, he does not face the challenge alone Aided by Cassidy, the administrator s alluring and eccentric daughter, Billy embarks on a journey through the dark, seedy New Orleans underground, hoping that together they can save his friends But as Billy embarks on the journey to adulthood, he is not prepared for the twists and turns the summer will bring Faced with tragedy, Billy must decide if he can bring himself to face life and learn what it means to love someone.

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      Published :2018-011-24T15:38:10+00:00

    1 thought on “Anything But Ordinary”

    1. Today I finished ‘Anything but Ordinary’, a quite delightful YA/Adult novel.Twelve year old Billy Bradshaw is sentenced to community service for vandalism during his school summer holidays, a punishment he sees as unfair due to the fact that his ‘crime’ was an accident. Reluctantly he attends the Liberty Street Home for the Elderly in New Orleans, to satisfy the judge and to carry out menial work for the residents. He gets to know ‘The Bohemians’, a group of residents living in Hall [...]

    2. A Fantastic StoryA story about lessons to be learned. A coming of age story. A story of love and love lost. A story about how friendships grow. The author is an excellent writer, and I eagerly wait for his next book.

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