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Revoltingly Young: The Journals of Nick Twisp's Younger Brother (Nick Twisp Youth in Revolt Book 6) Kindle Edition
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this time it's nicks little brother that is our diary keeper...
i have to admit YIR is so much better and nick is so much more interesting but this was an okay way to end the entire series.
i am on the fence about this book and about the existence of any sequels to the original.
read it if you are YIR superfan but dont think its going to be nearly as good as the first.
Nick Twisp begins life as an over-sexed nympho-like 14 year-old. In this novel we meet his (much) younger brother who is also an over-sexed 14 year old. Nice to know all the Twisps are virtual clones of each other.
That leads us on to Revoltingly Young which is entertaining as hell. It's closer to the first book than any of the subsequent novels and my constant chuckles had my neighbours on the plane giving me suspicious looks out of the corners of their eyes. It's a rehash of previous books in one way -- you won't be surprised at anything you read because you've seen it all before but sometimes an old comfortable pair of shoes is just what's needed. My biggest complaint about this book is that when Nick makes a cameo -- and his brief appearance can only be called that -- as a 30 year old adult, quite frankly he's not likeable. It would have been better if he hadn't been included. My other complaint is that ending feels terribly rushed and deux-ex-machina, which even the author hints at in a smug, self-satisfied way. Clearly Payne didn't know how to end his novel, so he threw and ending together. The charm of writing journal style means you don't have to contrive an ending.