Plenty Porter

Plenty Porter A novel reminiscent of to kill a mockingbird in style and themes in which a young girl on the cusp of turning thirteen wrestles with the issues surrounding her family after one of her sisters attempt

  • Title: Plenty Porter
  • Author: Brandon Noonan
  • ISBN: 9780810959965
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A novel reminiscent of to kill a mockingbird in style and themes, in which a young girl on the cusp of turning thirteen wrestles with the issues surrounding her family after one of her sisters attempts to commit suicide Plenty develops a special friendship with Ed, and together they come to terms with what it truly means to be a family.

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      Published :2019-06-01T09:52:56+00:00

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    598 thoughts on “Plenty Porter”

    1. My friend wrote this book, and I loved it. No really, if I didn't, I would never even mention it. I was reading it and thinking, Wow, my friend wrote this? Cool. I really liked the story of Plenty and her family and the troubles they end up in.


    2. I never expect much from "young adult" or "teen" fiction but fluff. This well-crafted novel was not long, and I read it in one sitting. But the writing was powerful, and the ending (while not unexpected for me) was also powerful.Plenty Porter deals with being the youngest of a large family. She struggles to understand her place in the family as well as herself and in her world. She manages to stumble into her parents' and sibling's secrets, worries, and lives in bits and pieces without ever quit [...]


    3. This story was absolutely amazing! I loved the surprises that just popped up in the story randomly, either pleasing you or making you angry. The mystery and crazy twists intertwined throughout keep you hooked. You won't want to put this book down. It was intriguing from beginning to end. I fell in love with the characters, especially Plenty and her spunky personality and fighting spirit. This perfect girl matches this perfect story. I loved it. All of it.


    4. I enjoyed this coming-of-age story. Set in rural Illinois, in the 1950s, the author does a good job capturing the hard realities of Plenty's life: the youngest of eleven, a sharecropping family of very little means, a sister in trouble and in need, and just being an awkward 12-year-old. Despite all these difficulties, Plenty's story is not depressing or maudlin. The writing might be a touch affected, but in my opinion forgivably so.


    5. This book started out simple and easy and interesting. A young 13 year old girl, #11 out of 11 children and she's finding her way in life and in her family and reaching out to others to improve their lives as well and then there's this huge twist towards the end of the book that I did not expect. I liked it very much.


    6. I'm so torn about this book. It was depressing yet hopeful. I did love the main character, but loving her is also what made it so hard to read because she is so young and has to learn life the hard way.The ending is really great but all the way through is pretty sad. I thought it was very creatively written and I enjoyed that aspect of it. Some of the imagery was really well done.


    7. this book is so terribly written that i had major problems getting past the first 10 pages. i absolutely loath this book. i read it completly thru hoping that it would gain my attention but sadly it did not.


    8. This book is in my children's dept. but I'm thinking on moving it to YA. There's some pretty intense themes in this book: suicide, mental illness and attempted and actual murder. Lots and lots and lots of stream of consciousness.



    9. one of my very very favorite books i have read to this day. it is written very well, and the plot was fantastic, including many important themes throughout it.


    10. This book takes place in my home town and is written by my great-grandmother's brother's grandson! My great grandma "Nanny" was a Noonan (the author's last name). Can't wait to read



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