Monday, December 13, 2010

Starter For Ten

Starter For Ten by David Nicholls was a great read! I was surprisingly thrilled at how much I enjoyed this book. I laughed, I cringed, and I sympathized with the main character, Brian Jackson. The story is as old as old as time – nerdy kid trying to get the cool girl in a coming-of-age tale. But it is still a story worth telling. The characters are realistic and I can hear the conversations in my head as I read it. Great story.

About the book: 'Starter for Ten is the debut of the year; a recommendation repeated by all who come in contact with it ... Trust us, you'll love it' – Arena
'Moving, wickedly observed, warm, uplifting and above all blindingly funny, Starter for Ten hits the spot time after time. Read this book' -- Jack
'A toe-curlingly embarrassing and cleverly observed comedy ... it'll have you wincing and laughing simultaneously. Fabulous' – Company
'A bittersweet coming-of-age tale ... Brian conjure[s] up strong echoes of one of that era's literary heroes, Adrian Mole ... A fine, funny book' -- Heat

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