Good morning! Today is Jack's 18th birthday. Here's what's happened so far....
He woke up from a dream about dissecting frogs and measuring the bubbles produced by llamas. He just missed a call from Bob, his grandmother. He's not sure she'll remember he exists - which makes him sad, because he really loves her. He's thought about jumping out of the window. Not because he wants to die, mind you, but some attention would be nice. He's had a nonsensical conversation with his roommate, who is still asleep.
While in the dorm bathroom, he popped a zit and listened to some guy (who should not be singing) singing in the shower.
Jack's cell phone rings a second time. He recognizes the number. Jess. He never thought he'd hear from her again.
Guess what? Jack's day is about to get epic.
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An Offbeat Little Book
- The Reading Date
Good narrator, but...
A better story. More believable, less philosophical BS.
Yes, the narrator was the best part of the book.
The narrator was good.
I was hoping for a quirky book, but this was absurd at points. The only reason I kept listening was because the narrator was good and I hoped it would redeem itself. I never cared about the characters, and found the story dull and often rolled my eyes. I think it was just trying too hard to be meaningful.
- Katie B