Little, Brown




Hopepunk is perhaps the most punk rock book ever to be written about religion and forgiveness. It’s a stellar read.

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Review of ‘Hopepunk’

Two profound events change teenager Hope Cassidy’s life. First, she catches her dad jamming out to classic rock ’n’ roll, an explicit violation of her mother’s strict religious code of conduct. In that moment, Hope is introduced not only to rock music but also to rebellion.

Second, Hope’s older sister, Faith, runs away from home.…

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