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stuck.at.seven: [while awkwardly aiming for ten] Paperback – March 16, 2013
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"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover,"" illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Pre-order today
About the Author
Edmund Christopher McCombs is from the non-fancy side of Florida, but currently lives "down under" in Sydney, Australia. He began writing as an outlet to cope with the craziness that sometimes lives in his head, as opposed to beating people up. But, with his small arms and lack of coordination, writing was probably the best choice anyways.
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I anticipate a perhaps meatier second outing. I feel McCombs is great at finding funny and awkward stories to share, but the real meat of humor is when you're able to turn that critical eye on yourself... McCombs always stops just shy of sharing enough personal information for us to see him as vulnerable (the high school friend hitting on him is the closest we get to this). At any rate, this is an excellent debut collection that readers will enjoy, leaving us wanting more.
The author's self-deprecating wit is outrageously funny and you often wonder how one person could have found themselves in so many cringe inducing scenarios!
Although the book is broken up into short chapters which makes it easy to dip in and out of, I defy anyone not to read it in one hit.
The book ends on a great note which leaves hope for the next instalment as Edmund awkwardly and imaginatively fumbles his way into the next phase of life.
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