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[Read] ➲ Wildman By J.C. Geiger – “How can a total stranger understand you better than the people you’ve known your entire life”When Lance’s ’93 Buick breaks down in the middle of nowhere he tells himself Don’t panic AfterRead Wildman By JC Geiger Connecfloorcouk “How can a total stranger understand you better than the people you’ve known your entire life”When Lance’s ’93 Buick breaks down in the middle of nowhere he tells himself Don’t panic After “How can a total stranger understand you better than the people you’ve known your entire life

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When Lance’s ’ Buick breaks down in the middle of nowhere he tells himself Don’t panic After all he’s valedictorian of his class First chair trumpet player Scholarship winner Nothing can stop Lance HendricksBut the locals don’t know that They don’t even know his name Stuck in a small town Lance could be anyone a delinuent a traveler a maniac One of

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WildmanThe townies calls him Wildman and a new world opens upHe’s ordering drinks at a roadhouse Jumping a train Talking to an intriguing older girl who is asking about his future And what he really wants As one day blurs into the next Lance finds himself drifting farther from home and closer to a girl who makes him feel a way he’s never felt before—like himself

10 Comments on "READER ✓ TEXT Wildman"

  • Trin

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman WildmanAhh the joys of infidelity manic pixie dream girl daddy issues oh my god this is such a white male fantasy And really not my cuppa

  • April Henry

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman WildmanThe writing was what really made this book stand out for me Here are some examples “Tow he said tasting the word’s weight Three letters full of lost timeWaiting for Dakota felt like warming up in the orchestra pit on opening night Everyone tuning up their instruments That awful giddy flutter before a showAll these words he'd been tossing out like candy from a parade floatLance pictured Bend High School's football coachguidance counselor hunching over his computer with bent little arms like a Tyrannosaurus rex on a tricycleAnd the mos

  • Esther

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman Wildman Got a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewIt's a nice uick read not to hard to get through I did feel myself wandering off all the time I kept doing other things than reading this book My attention was not really there that's the reason I gave the book 3 starsThis review was first posted on BiteIntoBooks BlogProsCover and story You think you've figured out the cover pretty uick but you don't It gets explained in the final chapter and that was beautiful I got a flutter in my heart because of the explanation I really liked the aspect The cover actually adds something to the story right nowHidden message Be yourself make your own choices and

  • Stacee

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman WildmanDNF on page 104 I loved the idea of this story but I pretty much struggled through every single page I read I couldn't connect to Lance His inner monologue is weird and the story is of a staccato than fluid And that just added to the weird There seemed to be a mystery or maybe a twist but I don't know for sure and I couldn't be bothered to find out Huge thanks to Hyperion for providing the ar

  • Michelle

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman WildmanYou can see this full review and at Book Briefs Wildman by JC Geiger is a young adult story about growing up and find

  • Magdalena Deniz

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman Wildmanthe only bad thing about this book is that it ended even that though was the best possible thingWildman is an AMAZING novel Possibly one of the best i have ever read This book gave me the same feelings that i had reading The 39 Deaths of Adam Strand Both books had a narrative that is simply so uniue and interesting full of real characters with very real feelings and emotions Though the plot line could be considered to be cliche i for one do not believe that is the case but i could see why some might Lance's thoughts an

  • Bryan

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman WildmanJC Geiger's WILDMAN is notable for many reasons First it doesn't fall victim to they hyper realism that plagues so many contemporary realistic young adult novels You're not going to find any models in these pages No internet celebrities No brooding dudes who look like they were plucked from an Urban Outfitters adNoThese are real kids living real lives and goddamn it's refreshingThen there's the writing It's flawless It's restrained and subtle until it isn't And in those moments the book breaks open like the best chorus from the best song Geiger is a talented writer who tells this story with enough skill and confidence that it makes you wonder how it could possibly be his first published novel

  • Lisa

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman WildmanOh that ending loved it so much It's a book that keeps you guessing and I loved that too Great read

  • Colleen

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman WildmanI had seen the reviews for this over the summer and ordered it specifically with hopefully nominating an adventurous boy title for the Rhode Island Teen Book Award list I was not disappointed The beginning brings a little intrigue and suspense then we really start to get to know Lance His friends are sort of tertiary characters that seem far away since we are only really introduced to them throughout most of the book over

  • Kristen

    READER ✓ TEXT Wildman WildmanThis started slow but about halfway through I started flying through the pages The plot isn't particularly uniue perfect boy who has seemingly perfect life meets people who help him realize who he really wants to be but I enjoyed the narration and dialogue Stone's character was particularly well done and the scene where Lance's friends from home collide with his new friends is uncomfortable in such a great way I wish there had been of Robert the mechanic I knew I liked