- File Size: 2272 KB
- Print Length: 239 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Charlie M. Matthews (October 7, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 7, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016CMF8UG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,914,268 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Scott Jenkins' Road to Wonderland (Road to Wonderland Series Book 5) Kindle Edition
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"Scott Jenkins' Road to Wonderland" is an achingly human portrayal of a young man's journey to adulthood. This story is undeniably an enjoyable read that will excite and entertain you, but below the surface it's an exploration of life that has the potential to wreck you in ways the rest of the RTW series hasn't. There's no denying that this book was a hard read for me. Anyone who's read this series knows that the authors have not shied away from depicting hard times and tumult. We've had Izzy, the admirable heroine who takes everything life gives--much of it bad--and keeps on ticking while making her fair share of bad decisions (Izzy Moffit's Road to Wonderland); Paris, the bright, beautiful spirit broken by life and sent down a path of self-destruction (Paris Hemsworth's Road to Wonderland); Ethan, the tragic hero who loses himself to grief and takes a ton of wrong turns in life before settling in his skin to find the promise of peace (Ethan Walker's Road to Wonderland); and Max, the tortured, sensitive soul who overcomes adversity to become a stunning man that you want in your corner as much as you want to be in his (Max Colton's Road to Wonderland). On these roads to wonderland, we've experienced death, heartache, physical and emotional abuse, addiction, depression and violence. We've had flawed characters who practically somersault in a continual loop of mistakes before finding their feet on secure ground. This book is absent of many of its predecessors' conflicts, but it is nevertheless consuming.Read more ›
“On the outside she looks perfect, but inside, she just wants to be liked. There’s a need to be perfect, but she seems to know she will never actually be able to reach her goal.”
“I don’t care that the neighbors have shown up more than once to put an end to the noise. I don’t even care that the first impression they will be getting of their new neighbor is that he’s a paralytic drunk who mistakes them for Jehovah’s Witnesses yet still goes on to offer them shots long after they’ve confirmed they are, in fact, simply seventy-five and sleep deprived.”
“I wanted to make Amelia jealous by hitting on her friend and that went down like a wet fart in a church.”
“Although the words ‘I love you’ haven’t been said out loud, they are still here - in the way she holds me closely, through the lyrics of the song and through the final breath she takes as she gazed at me for the last time and walks away. This is our final goodbye. Now all I have to do is find a way to live without her forever.”
“What we have is wrong. We both know that. What we do is even worse. We dream of a future we can’t possibly have. We betray those we love and we do it without much regret. No one can take this from us now. We can’t live without each other.”
Scotty Jenkin’s story broke my heart, repeatedly. I alternated between wanting to hug him and wanting to bash his head in with my kindle. He is a soft hearted sweetie who has been screwed over his entire life. But unfortunately, he is also more than a bit of a jackass, which given his poor lot in life, was probably an effective defense mechanism.Read more ›
The Road to Wonderland Series is a story about different people during the same time period. We get to visit different events that happened but view them through the eyes of the different characters. In every book, characters from the other books, make an appearance. It is such a genius idea because this series could have tons of books in it and you would never get bored (I hope there are tons of books in this series – hint hint).
This book is about Scott Jenkins and his view of the world. I found this book to be heart-wrenching most of the time. Scott’s struggles and view of himself kept me hooked as I rooted for him throughout the story. It was absolutely beautiful. Scott wasn’t a big character in the other books but we knew who he was. However, we definitely were not aware of his struggles or his devotion to his friends. Scott is an amazing character and I loved seeing the world through his eyes. There were scenes in the book that we viewed through other characters so it was really cool to see the same situations through Scott.
Because this was Scott’s story, there were new characters introduced as well. All were unique and well developed. Charlie M. Matthews did an absolutely wonderful job with this book and it is a great addition to the series. It was beautifully written and as a reader, I was captivated from page one and went through various emotions while reading the story – laughter, sadness, joy, worry, etc. This story had it all!
This book is a great addition to the series and I am definitely keeping this author on my list of authors to follow.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Scott Jenkins is one very loveable character.From the beginning of his story,you cannot help but want to be there with him,tagging along. Read morePublished 8 months ago by sue
Charlie Matthews took us through the crazy, trash talking, sexy at times mind of Scott Jenkins. This story is about a guy who looks out for everyone else and not for himself. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amy T.
Scott Jenkins’ Road to Wonderland (Road to Wonderland Series Book 5) by Charlie M. Matthews is the next in the saga and is Scott’s story who is the best friend of Ethan Walker. Read morePublished 9 months ago by lmbthomas2005
Oh, Scotty... From the very first sentence in this book, I was right there with Scott on his complicated journey into adulthood. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Heather Ross
I don't know what to say....just that i freaking love this series!! It's just amazing! This is the fifth book and it's Scotts Story. It's just beautifully written... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kristina
Scott Jenkins, this is his story one that spans a lifetime and we have front row seats to all of it. THe pain the heart ache the suffering of losing the people you love. Read morePublished 9 months ago by The Book Fairy Reviews