3 journalers for this copy...
A lot of it was laugh out loud funny. This author is so clever with his words.
Journal Entry 2
Seattle, Washington USA on Wednesday, February 27, 2013
I am putting this into the Anything but Romance Shrinking book box.
Journal Entry 3
Seattle, Washington USA on Thursday, February 28, 2013
Released 8 yrs ago (2/28/2013 UTC) at Seattle, Washington USA
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Released into the Anything but Romance Shrinking book box which is now on its way to Perryfran.
Journal Entry 4
North Ogden, Utah USA on Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Taking from Erishkigal's shrinking bookbox.
Update: After perusing this one I have decided to pass it on.
Journal Entry 5
Virtual Bookbox, A Bookcrossing member -- Controlled Releases on Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Released 6 yrs ago (3/25/2014 UTC) at Virtual Bookbox, A Bookcrossing member -- Controlled Releases
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Sending to JennyC1230 - a selection from the Lit VBB. Enjoy!
Journal Entry 6
Woodstock, Georgia USA on Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Thanks for sending this to me from Bookstogive's General Literature VBB
. I haven't heard of this book, but I like young adult books, plus the use of The Catcher in the Rye book in the storyline makes me curious to read it. Book #1 in the King Dork series:
Tom Henderson (a.k.a. King Dork, Chi-mo, Hender-fag, and Sheepie) is a typical American high school loser until he discovers the book, The Catcher in the Rye, that will change the world as he knows it. When Tom discovers his deceased father's copy of the Salinger classic, he finds himself in the middle of several interlocking conspiracies and at least half a dozen mysteries involving dead people, naked people, fake people, ESP, blood, a secret code, guitars, monks, witchcraft, the Bible, girls, the Crusades, a devil head, and rock and roll. And it all looks like it's just the tip of a very odd iceberg of clues that may very well unravel the puzzle of his father's death and-oddly-reveal the secret to attracting semi-hot girls. Being in a band could possibly be the secret to the girl thing-but good luck finding a drummer who can count to four.
Journal Entry 7
Woodstock, Georgia USA on Friday, April 11, 2014
My Review: This was a darkly humorous view into the mind and life of a young man who is intelligent, considers himself a dork/nerd, and is trying to figure out girls, the mystery behind his dad's death, and how to navigate high school.
Favorite quotes from the book:
"This year they had signs up everywhere trying to stoke excitement over Spirit Week: 'Come See the Spirit Towel!' Even if I knew what the hell the Spirit Towel was, I don't think I'd tell you: I'm pretty sure we're all better off not knowing."
"I felt a strange sense of well-being. Here was the only conversation I'd ever had in the boys' bathroom that hadn't consisted of introductory remarks to an eventual attempt on my life....So this is what it's like, I thought. Going to the bathroom would never be the same again."
Journal Entry 8
Woodstock, Georgia USA on Monday, May 05, 2014
This book is starting out in Round #1 of Teens VBB (US only)
. This VBB is open to new participants if you want to join send me a PM.
Journal Entry 9
Woodstock, Georgia USA on Wednesday, July 09, 2014
This book wasn't picked from the first two rounds of my Teens VBB
, so I will make it available.
Journal Entry 10
Woodstock, Georgia USA on Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Journal Entry 11
Woodstock, Georgia USA on Tuesday, January 05, 2016
This wasn't chosen from the General Lit VBB for two rounds so I am removing from the list.
Journal Entry 12
Little Free Library #5161 in Acworth, Georgia USA on Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Released 5 yrs ago (1/13/2016 UTC) at Little Free Library #5161 in Acworth, Georgia USA
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Left in the Little Free Library in Acworth, Georgia. Enjoy the book!