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Dumb Jock Series

Very unrealistic, but I like it. I was expecting a few more chapters, but that left me wanting to read part two of this tale. After everything poor Jeff went through it was nice to see that he got his HEA. Paperbackpages. And though some of these moments were really emotional and I cried…boy did I cry! Sometimes this makes his voice seem older than he is as the story takes place. Unfortunately, what follows as their initial attraction blossoms into real love, the story becomes formulaic, stagnating in a host of previously used events and the storyline begins to fall apart.

I read it as a very sad relationship.

We also learned a few things along the way. Love Is In The Message. Their relationship evolved over time into something truly beautiful. During his freshman year in high school, a number of harrowing events occur that would devastate those who are less resilient. Mar 14, John rated it really liked it. It’s been awhile since I’ve stumbled across a book that gave me as strong of a gut reaction as this story.


It would just be a very depressing read otherwise. He’s too needy I wanted to barf sometimes.

Appearances Matter (Dumb Jock, #3) by Jeff Erno

Quotes from Appearances Matter. Along with ALL of this, the writing was all over the place. So done before, you know?

The main character is 14, for God’s sake! I’m not one to summarize a book in my review so I’ll just say it’s hard not to be proud of Jeff and Brett’s maturation at the end of the book or to reflect on how fucked up the 80’s were.

Another Dumb Jock

When the object of Todd’s affection one day notices him and asks him out, Todd feels like he is dumv living a dream, that his literary fantasy is becoming real. I hate the haters. It’s hard to speculate whether my review would be different had I read Joci work in order but I suspect it might have been, but what do I know read it for yourself. I believe its the very first book he wrote and as ernoo story it’s ultra enjoyable but the problem in my eyes was the lack of contractions.

This sequel in my opinion was the weakest of the series, however still an amazing story. Nov 17, Michael rated it liked it Shelves: Tell me you do not want me.

Erno has subsequently pu Jeff Erno currently lives in southern Michigan. I don’t think I’ll ever read an Erno book for escapism or fun but I can see the value in his writing now that I’ve been given a different perspective to see them jpck. In this series View all. Jeff is a year-old boy who has fallen for Brett, the most popular boy in school.


It simply made me gag. Aug 04, Sandra rated it really liked it Shelves: And I’m not gonna lie, even as an atheist that scene where he sings view spoiler [at his mom’s deathbed hide spoiler ] had me tearing up. He was receiving recognition for his joock talents that were encouraged by his English teacher. How to write a great review Do Jff what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.

Perhaps that was magnified by the fact that it is only told from Jeff’s POV, but I believed his voice and felt the emotion in scenes that required it. Books by Jeff Erno. MontgomeryAuthor of Dammit!

I love reading good coming of age stories, and these characters felt very real to me. Sep 16, Lori rated it really liked it. I was perfectly fine with this; it just seemed to blend it with the story. Although the book is not autobiographical, author Jeff Erno looked to his own personal struggle of coming out as gay in a small northern Michigan town. Tales From Foster High.