Before I get to my review of The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone, as part of the blog tour participants are to come up with a creative tribute to Addison Stone. Here's my haiku for her.
Publisher: Soho Teen
Pages: 256 pages
Release Date: August 12, 2014
Source of my copy: publisher
Synopsis (from Goodreads)
"From the moment she burst into the downtown art scene, seventeen-year-old Addison Stone was someone to watch. Her trademark subversive street art and her violent drowning left her fans and critics craving to know more about this brilliant wild-child who shone so bright and was gone too soon." —Adele Griffin
Two-time National Book Award finalist Adele Griffin offers an ingenious fictional take on celebrity biography, as told in first person interviews through the eyes of Addison Stone's parents, friends, boyfriends, mentors, critics, and more-punctuated in full color with Addison's artwork, photographs, and emails. When it comes to Addison's untimely and mysterious death, nobody escapes unscathed.