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  • Paperback
  • 320
  • Bad Idea A Novel With Coyotes
  • Todd Hafer
  • English
  • 27 June 2019
  • 9781576839690

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free read Bad Idea A Novel With Coyotes review ô eBook or Kindle ePUB Õ Todd Hafer Todd Hafer Õ 3 free read Om point A to point B Along the way Griffin learns a lot about life from his unli. This book was directed at teens but it was still a good read It made me laugh even though they satirically talk about serious subjects such as separated parents new step moms transitioning into college girls self image and self inflicted pain It will make you laugh and cry and will ultimately make your heart go out to teens in these situationsI loved it and look forward to reading it again Pin Up Girls from Around The World read It made me laugh even though they satirically talk about serious subjects such as separated parents new step moms transitioning into college girls self image and self inflicted pain It will make you laugh and cry and will ultimately make your heart go out to teens in these situationsI loved it and look forward to The Nuclear Platypus Biscuit Bible reading it again

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free read Bad Idea A Novel With Coyotes review ô eBook or Kindle ePUB Õ Todd Hafer Todd Hafer Õ 3 free read Kely band of travel companions and begins to uestions his own attitudes and belie. Fast paced funny moments and well written but geared towards a younger audience than myself Would ve liked a little character depth

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free read Bad Idea A Novel With Coyotes review ô eBook or Kindle ePUB Õ Todd Hafer Todd Hafer Õ 3 free read Griffin Smith is making a long road trip but it's not a simple case of getting fr. This book s intro promises real characters and compelling cliche free storylines This is falseBad Idea s characters are flat and un original including a too young stepmom who talks like she s 15 a main character who laments that his generation s music is awful best friend who does nothing but agree with other characters until it s his turn to advance the plot and one of the blandest most white bread love interests in the history of college freshmen The main character s true to life problems like his drinking and self abuse only enter the story to give him something to overcome Like the other characters in the story it s forced and doesn t feel at all realAnd then there s the thing that isn t mentioned at all on the back cover blurb this story is all about Christian faith It wouldn t be such a bad thing if not for the fact that just a few pages in Bad Idea already begins to beat you over the head with a large plank labeled THE MAIN CHARACTER WILL FIND GOD BY THE END OF THIS NOVEL Every character constantly references God and prayer and Biblical metaphors It s insufferable Before long I was skimming as uickly as possible just to see if this was going anywhere interesting and it rarely did Mostly I wanted to know if I was right about the obvious ending and for the most part I was In fairness there was one clue on the back cover it turns out that if I had Googled TH1NK Books this novel s Christian book publishing company I might have gotten a better idea of what I was getting intoAlso let s not forget the subtitle which was the thing that caught my eye and made me pick this up in the first place Bad Idea A Novel with coyotes The most interesting part of the coyote story is given away immediately in the book s totally unnecessary prologue It s a shame that this book has so many problems because at times there are some legitimately clever lines On the other hand there s also lots of observational humor that doesn t work so well In the end Bad Idea feels like a made for Hallmark movie made by people trying to make a church youth group friendly road trip story The characters are unbelievable and the story can t stop beating you over the head with its moral There are better coming of age stories better road trip stories and better faith finding stories and I don t see this book s place in any of those categories I could maybe see this novel resonating with teens who like the main character grew up households that were very religious but not very stable but even then there s just other books that would do it better Don t be enticed by the promise of coyotes and real characters skip this one