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Young and Revolting: The Continental Journals of Nick Twisp

C. D. Payne (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-3417-2 ©2006
Price: $15.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 288 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / Literary

The revolt (and laughs) continue as Nick and Sheeni escape to Paris. Soon things go seriously (and hilariously) amiss. Oui, America’s most dangerous teenager may be too outrageous for Europe.

The revolt (and laughs) continue in Book 5 as Nick and Sheeni duck the FBI and assorted angry parents by escaping to Paris. Try as he might to lie low, blend in, and even learn a little French, Nick soon finds himself the elusive target of a storm of European media attention. Oui, America’s most dangerous teenager may be too outrageous for the French. Prepare for more uproarious surprises as Nick experiences life and love with a continental flavor. And don’t miss “Revoltingly Young,” the concluding novel (Book 6) in the hilarious Nick Twisp saga, also available now.

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Customer Reviews

  ultimately disappointing , 08/13/2006
Reviewer: rigel
While I absolutely adore the first four books in this twisted series, I was utterly disappointed with Young and Revolting. the main relationship of the whole series, the one between Nick and Sheeni, is a mockery of its former self, and the disentegration is highly depressing. This novel is not full of the wreckless ridiculous disaterous but ultimately hopeful events like the previous entries. The ending of the book, which leaps ahead 13 years into the future (and no, i will not spoil it, your welcome) leaves you with a sense of "so, all that was for nothing pretty much."

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  Realistic , 09/23/2006
Reviewer: Mike
A lot of people will not like this book. The primary reason, is that near the end it pulls you out of the fantasy world of Nick Twisp and sets you firmly back into reality. Thats not to say this isn't a good novel... as a matter of fact, its excellent. But many people will find the ending disappointing. My only problem with this book is that near the beginning Nick tends to write in tiny little blurbs, rather than the richly detailed sentences we're accustomed to. Fans of the other books will like this, with the possible exception of the ending, which however leads us into his next novel perfectly.

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