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Meet Will Carter but feel free to call him Carter Yes he knows it's a lazy nickname but he didn't have much say in the matter Here are five things you should know about him 1 He has a stuttering problem particularly around boobs and belly buttons 2 He battles Attention Deficit Disorder every minute of every day unless he gets distracted 3 He's a virgin mostly because he's no good at talking to girls see number 1 4 He's about to start high school 5 He's totally not ready Join Carter for his freshman year where he'll search for sex love and acceptance anywhere he can find it In the process he'll almost kill a trombone player face off with his greatest nemesis suffer a lot of blood loss narrowly escape death run from the cops not once but twice get caught up in a messy love triangle meet his match in the form of a curvy drill teamer and surprise the hell out of everyone including himself


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    Yes yes he finally doesat around page 290 out of 300 Up until that point you have to put up with a lot of alternately tedious and offensive scenes After reading this book I realize though how difficult it is to create this type of teenage boy narrator think Holden Caulfield only less interesting The narrator in this book is such a tool it's really hard to get through it in one sitting I had to put the book down several times and even once walked out of a coffee shop I was so irritated So what's wrong with the book? First the tedious there's really nothing new unique or specific in its portrayal of freshman year of high school There's scenes with the football team parties a fightI get that the author is trying to relate some sort of universal male high school experience but both the humor and conflict feel recycled There are not 1 but two parties in which the cops show up to chase the narrator 2 instances of the narrator deeply cutting himself with a razor while trying to shave Sound exciting yet?Secondly the narrator It's really hard to like this guyor really easy if one isn't aware of what the author is up to Yup this novel's just as deliberate as Twilight that one's wish fulfillment for girls this is the same for boys Carter the protagonist is attractive a star athlete football and swimming and scores the lead in the school play In other words he's Mr Popular the kind of person everyone hateshopes to be But wait you say is he perfect? Well no he's not great at academics and has ADD both of which the author exploits to make his protagonist cooler and neither of which are actually dealt with seriously by the novel Well maybe he has a great personality like the narrator in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian you might wonder? Nope He's a complete tool until he matures slightly in the last chapter He's the type of guy that does mean manipulative things but then feels guilty and cries victim The 'yeah I just screwed up but now I realize it and am crying so it's okay that I was a total jerk' attitude The 'in fact you should like me and give me your pity' attitude Mind you he's also attractive and an extracurricular and athletic star a real outsider It's so much easier to like the minor villains of the book because at least they don't cry victim Crying does not equal sensitivity especially when the same mistakes keep happening it just means you're a jerk who feels guilty about being one Maybe those mistakes could be explained as part of learning and growing up however if there wasn'tFinally the offensive No I'm not talking about the sex drinking etc I actually think that those are appropriate topics for a high school novel No I'm talking about the frequent use of 'bitch' 'gay' and 'retard' No not 'bitch' used to refer to women although that does happen 'bitch' used in the context of 'I'm crying like a little bitch' see previous paragraph Or how about when the narrator looks forward to having a 'bros before hos' night Yup we're in whiteboylandia and it's painful Or how about this exchangein the last chapter no less 'He's also gay' She laughs'OhWhat? You mean he's gay like he's a dumbass?' I reply'No I mean he's homosexual like he's attracted to boys' she clarifies 'You're gay like a dumbass'Yeah that's progressive let's distinguish the different meanings of the word 'gay' thus validating the meaning of it as 'dumb' I'm all for realism when it comes to language but a You have to go all the way or not at all This novel pulls up short for example the f bomb rarely if at all shows up while 'gay' and 'retard' happen over and over and b It's always nice to have someone anyone but preferably the narrator questioning those stereotypes at some point in the book Maybe for example at the end when he's supposedly matured he would question the use of 'gay' etc But this protagonist never really does perhaps that's what makes it realistic and sadBut this novel isn't about questioning stereotypes or presenting high school from the point of view of a true outsider there are plenty of good books that do that Speak the previously mentioned Sherman Alexie novel Will Grayson Will Grayson to name a few Nope this book's about giving a white middle class heterosexual point of view of high school and it's a pretty bland journey If that's what you want though here you have it You might even be waiting with baited breath for 'Carter Pledges a Fraternity' and 'Carter Goes to Law School'