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- Print Length: 198 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BHFLF2S
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- Lending: Enabled
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Brotherhood of Misfits: Paul (BoM Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Paul is dealing with so much that he is hiding from his friends and family. Little did anyone know the way his parents treated him growing up.They were not physically abusive but emotionally and mentally. The things his parents would tell him as he was growing like how disappointed they were with him, although he had excellent grades he gets a B and they are tearing into him. That night Paul had an attack and smashed his hand through his television. After watching the blood leak down his hand he had felt relief.
After that point he started cutting. He didn't tell anyone what he was doing. When he would talk with his mother she would put him down and his job. He enjoyed his job and the people he worked with. Everything was getting too overwhelming for him and he was starting to cut deeper and his was also thinking that the world would be better off without him. He continued his downward spiral and his coworkers were noticing he was different but he continued to say he was fine. He was drinking and taking sleep aids, soon he was showing up late to work and not at all some days.
A coworker was told to watch him by a friends friend and he put it off thinking the he was not being honest with him.
Depression and Suicide are very serious things that many people face in the world and are not so lucky to have people by their sides to help them. Depression is the number one cause of suicide. When the stressors are so overwhelming coping measures are not effective.Read more ›
Even though he came from a life of privilege, unlike some of the other misfits, he didn't have it any easier. His secrets are deep and dark. His soul is scarred and his self esteem is beaten down. He is becoming a shell of a person and the only person who can save him is himself. His friends have no idea what is going on and it is not until the still mysterious Seven and Lonny get involved that maybe things can improve. While there are still a lot of moving stories surrounding Paul a lot of the focus is on him and seeing whether or not things can get better and if better is what is best or just another band-aid on a really terrible situation.
Besides the soul aching story of Paul, we are still not clear what Seven and Lonny are doing. One of the other brothers is keeping secrets, and the tension with Jinx is getting to the boil point. I'm not sure who is going to have a story next but there is enough going on that it doesn't really matter. We are left in a spot where things are okay but not fixed. They are still broken but not completely shattered. And with more questions that real answers.
I really struggled with the rating on this. I liked it, I liked it more than the first book because I was more acquainted with who I was reading about. I still felt a bit overwhelmed by the number of things happening. I want to read the next one because I feel like I have become invested in what is happening with these characters but at times I still was disconnected. I also needed to read it slower because if I wasn't paying complete attention I would get lost.
There is some mature subject matters in this book, so if you're not up for that type of book then you should not read this series.
When I read the first book, I was honestly debating on reading the second book. I am so glad that I read this book. This book flowed so much better together and it made more sense than the first book of this series. I actually found myself getting really into this book. Now don't get me wrong, I still kinda skimmed over some areas, because I was more interested in the storylines of other characters in this book, but still found it better than the first. That is why when I said there were to much going on in the book, what I mean is that sometimes the secondary plots are better than the primary one, and that's why a book can be overlooked because with too much going on you start missing the big picture. So I took a step back in this book, knowing how this author wrote in the first book and started breaking things down this time. Now though this is about Paul this time around, with honesty I don't find him as the primary storyline. I looked at everything this time and well I truly think the primary of this series is going to be the mystery behind Lonny and Sev. I mean you get to actually learn about Paul in this story, but it all revolves around Sev and Lonny. It took me a book to realize what to look for, but since then I started breaking it down. All the misfits are going to have secrets but the mystery is going to be how those two link the whole storyline together. I got to see more of Roc in this book and his story still grows, but I feel I still need to know more about his character. I have a pull towards him and I'm still not finding the closure that I need with him.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can honestly say I like this one better than book 1.
It was actually focused on Paul more even with mystery of Lonny and Sev in it. Read more
Paul's story continues right where we left off in Roc's story, which I loved. Everyone's previous storylines move forward in the background of Paul's intense story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Melissa Feist
I was given a copy of Misfits book two for a honest review.
I really enjoyed reading this book. So much better then the first one for me. It's deep and real. Read more
I really enjoyed this series. Sarai is awesome, caring for a group of young troubled guys she didn't give birth to and are not related to her. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RHONDA IVORY
To say this book made me an emotional mess is an understatement. What Paul endured in this book ripped my heart out. This book may be hard for people to read so heed all warnings. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pamela
Paul is hiding something from the people who care about him the most, but he refuses to open up to them and let them help him. Read more