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  • Narrative Loserdom
  • Ryan Collins
  • English
  • 13 September 2018
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Narrative Loserdom Download Ò 9 He work and practice but there are a few people there worth mentioning Anyone who picks up his journal will be in for something if they feel like getting through a lot of grammar and spelling problems They’ll probably end up seeing that they shouldn’t have looked at it anyway because this is someone’s private anthem of girls grass and loserd. Beneath the moon and Stars reviewThis was a very interesting book It didn t really have much of a plot It was basically the rambling of a 16 year old teenage guy At first it was entertaining and kept my attention because he was writing basically everyday Around the middle it started to get kinda slow What he was writing was still interesting but he wouldn t write for like days So that slowed it down a little Narrative Loserdom is a curious book about the everyday life of Justin Taggart It was written as journal entries The most interesting part for me was all his different jobs He went from a lawn guy to stealing cable to selling late night tv programs along with the rare breaking into vending machines Another part I really liked was his obsession with Sterling Justin is kinda a creeper Adam was pretty cool too His odd obsession with adult videos was very interesting I didn t really understand Justin and Adams relationship They didn t seem to like each other very much but they were still best friends Overall I really liked this Its hard to explain why I liked itI just didIt was entertaining and isnt something I would normally read45 StarsJasmine

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Narrative Loserdom Download Ò 9 Who’s rich anyway so it’s about hanging out As for Justin he makes ends meet by mowing people’s yards with Adam and sometimes by breaking into vending machines and selling late night cable programming to peers also with Adam But it’s not like he doesn’t feel bad about it since Jesus died for his sins School is pretty terrible with all t. 35 STARSOriginally posted on wwwbookstoconsiderblogspotcomNarrative Loserdom is told from Justin s point of view in a journal format That was the first thing that caught my attention in this novel The second one was that we got to read what goes through a boy s head and my conclusions are intruguing or even disturbing sometimesWhat were the best aspects of Narrative LoserdomAside from being written in journal format which makes this book fresh and uniue I found myself liking all characters Even Justin s best friend Adam who was simply stupid but never failed to make me laugh Really I found myself laughing out loud constantly Further all characters were realistic and easy to relate to I mean everyone goes through high school maybe in Justin s shoes as a loser or maybe as the beloved and popular Sterling I loved Justin s and Adam s friendship because they really seem to know each other very well and their friendship only gets better throughout the book What could have been betterThere were too many descriptions Sometimes I just had to jump to the next paragraph because the latter was just too descriptive I don t read many contemporary novels so I don t know if that s the case in many of them but Narrative Loserdom never reached a climax it never picked up pace And I must say that Justin s religious fanaticism I don t have anything against it but the religion thing came completely out of the blue the first half of the book there is no mention of it and the suddenly it is mention all the timeOverall it was a pleasant and light read The two main characters Justin and Adam were amusing making this book the fun to read even without any real action in it I expected to end in a final note but it was actually a rather open ending which may have to do with its journal format If you like contemporary novels which are easy to relate to its characters and if you enjoy books in journal format this just may be the book for you

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Narrative Loserdom Download Ò 9 Justin Taggart doesn’t know anything about being a loser He likes girls and plays sports and has some friends Unfortunately his fear of rejection outweighs his ability to deal with these well Mostly there’s Sterling the girl of his dreams who knows how to stop his heart by not knowing he likes her Another thing is trying to get money with Adam. This book s format caught my attention from the beginning The chapters are set as journal entries which is always fun for me There tends to be an authenticity to the writing in this format that you don t always get in straight narration For the most part this book does accomplish that There is a freshness to the narrator s Justin s voice A lot about his personality is revealed in the way he writes in the words he chooses even than in his actions which is what journal entries tend to accomplish One thing that did throw me though is Justin s seemingly overnight religious fanaticism I didn t uite see a smooth transition between his first entries to the ones where he suddenly starts mentioning God every few sentences The plot is free relaxed with a lazy summer feeling to it even though it s not summer in the book The antics of the two main characters are uite amusing typical teenage stuff which makes for a fun uick read There s not much of a conclusion to the book but again the format tends to do cause that as well If you like books that are just a little bit different this one could be for you To A Strange Somewhere Fled plays sports and has some friends Unfortunately his fear of rejection outweighs his ability to deal with these well Mostly there’s Sterling the girl of his dreams who knows how to stop his heart by not knowing he likes her Another thing is trying to get money with Adam. This book s format caught my attention from the beginning The chapters are set as journal entries which is always fun for me There tends to be an authenticity to the writing in this format that you don t always get in straight narration For the most Gods and Warriors part this book does accomplish that There is a freshness to the narrator s Justin s voice A lot about his Bibliotheken Führen Und Entwickeln personality is revealed in the way he writes in the words he chooses even than in his actions which is what journal entries tend to accomplish One thing that did throw me though is Justin s seemingly overnight religious fanaticism I didn t uite see a smooth transition between his first entries to the ones where he suddenly starts mentioning God every few sentences The Erzulie's Skirt plot is free relaxed with a lazy summer feeling to it even though it s not summer in the book The antics of the two main characters are uite amusing typical teenage stuff which makes for a fun uick read There s not much of a conclusion to the book but again the format tends to do cause that as well If you like books that are just a little bit different this one could be for you