Publish date: May 14th 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Edition language: English
, Coming Of Age
, Sports And Games
, High School
, School Stories
, Boarding School
, Young Adult Contemporary
Series: Winger (#1)
Cultivating The Next Generation of BrosI didn't think this would be the book for me but it was free on RivetedLit.com and gave it a shot. I was bored, couldn't write, and it didn't sound bad, just not my typical fare. Male protagonists are rare in my read list so I figured I could branch out and kil...
Winger is awesome! I'm not talking about the book, although it's awesome too, I'm referring to the character. Winger, a.k.a. Ryan Dean is an incredible young man. Not only smart, he is a great friend. Throughout this book, his unfailing loyalty for friendship is tested, time and time again. Since hi...
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.Why did I wait so long to read this book?!?! I could kick myself for putting this one off for so long. This book has to be one of the best YA novels that I have ever read. It is really that good. I read this book cover to cover in a single da...
Easily... just one of the best, most amazingly well-written books I've ever read. My full review is here, on Hot Stuff for Cool People.
“Joey told me nothing ever goes back exactly the way it was, that things expand and contract — like breathing, but you could never fill your lungs up with the same air twice.”This book was wonderful. The characters were complex and realistic, and I've got a huge soft spot for rough, rowdy boys and b...