For example, go for a purple button up shirt with orange shorts. I had the urge to finish it; I was so scared about the ending that I kept going because I needed to know that everything was going to be okay in the end. Without giving away too many spoiler-y things, it provides a history between Scotty and his bully Taylor which pretty much broke my heart. For example at times a few weeks would have passed since the previous chapter and I had to figure that out from comments made, so it was not a natural progression. She was a great friend to Scotty though, and I appreciated how their friendship was built. I think had the fallout not continued for as long as it did, I would have loved this book. Sometimes, I'm a little creeped out.
I felt similarly about Patricia, like she was just too much of an evil and snotty character to be believable. Is Vincent really as bad as he seems? More significantly, the uniqueness of this novel lies in its transformation from a simple romance into something more insightful. For superior writing, a stellar cast of characters, and a story which left me wanting more, this gets 5 stars. She knows me well too! I obviously liked the ending, though the fact that Scotty and Vincent not only forgave, but became friends with Taylor kind of put me off. The pacing had some issues, but they were minor.
However, throughout the story, you're able to see Taylor evolve in to something other than the mean, immature, moronic teen that he started as. Scotty is a coward and he didn't deserve Vincent. You can easily make a pair of fake nerd glasses with a cheap pair of sunglasses. Normally I can tell something like that is coming, but apart from a little niggle right before, there was nothing. Now I have started to look for more books like that because it turned out I really like that genre.
I feel like I can trust her. Scotty Williams is the nerdiest 17-year-old at Havensdale College - and proud of it. Reviewed by Mollien from I must say, for a debut novel. This isn't how assault is handled. Because you didn't tell anyone, you doughnut! He's a lying liar who lies, and he's too stupid to realize that at some point, those lies have to stop. But the way he was with Scotty melted my heart. This fast-paced novel kept me entertained the entire way through.
One of my favourite things about the story is that it was unafraid to explore sex. The frustration, the anger, the sadness, the anger, I got so many feelings for one day and it was seriously overwhelming. Though sometimes the dialogue is a bit cheesy and unnatural, this novel definitely is enjoyable, entertaining, and meaningful. Oh, and I just love the sound of a proud nerd who is down to earth and a realistic story! My school was pretty large, over 2000 kids, and you didn't even know all the kids in your own grade, which in my high school was 9-12 grades. It did fit with the book, however, and it made the ending even more enjoyable for me. Reasons to Love a Nerd Like Me by Published by on October 12, 2015 Genres: , , , , Pages: 508 Format: Source: Author Scotty Williams is the nerdiest 17-year-old at Havensdale College - and proud of it. The characters were easy to understand and relate to, not to mention diverse! It's such a lovely story about forbidden love and the struggles of being a gay teenager.
. Out of nowhere there he was, handsome, tall, a rock star with the fame of being a bad boy. Though there are many heartwarming parts, there are also scenes in which I was on the edge of my seat, heart racing. But that is a cultural thing and not a book issue, just like when a book uses the metric system and my brain has to remember then calculate. You can also go for something like Doc Martens.
No excuse is acceptable when it comes to bullying but his excuse was even worse than any other lame excuse!! You can carry your nerd accessories here and bust them out during certain points of the party. You want your makeup to look nerdy and somewhat awkward. However, this is not true. If done incorrectly this method of storytelling can be jarring, but Jerams does it in a way that it adds so much more to the story. The getting to know you parts were sweet and filled with puppy crush cuteness. In an attempt to go out of his way to avoid Taylor and his crew, Scotty walks right into the school psychopath, Vincent Hunter.
She is currently working on a sequel that I can't wait to read. And what school in their right mind lets students decide if another student should be punished for hitting them? However being a nerd can have its downsides, particularly when you're constantly being targeted by the school bully Taylor Raven and his cronies. This was a well thought out and well written story that was easy to read. But then everything quickly got bogged down in teen melodrama and one ridiculous movie-at-eleven scenario after another. Apply a thin line of eyeliner just above your eyelashes, and another line just underneath your bottom lashes. He is flawed, making him realistic, but he is also definitely someone all readers can root for. This is a novella watered down with word-vomit and it took up much more of my time than it needed to.
I loved this, took me less than a day to finish reading it. I actually liked how this was being handled while Scotty was being bullied by his super-in-the-closet ex-boyfriend Taylor. But, at the same time, you can't put the book down? I actually sat in school and longed for that very moment when I could just disapear in the story and not think about anything else. This is a rather long story, but it reads quickly. If you're interested in the nerd aesthetic, there are many things you can do to emulate the nerd style. She was supportive and loving, which was needed in some of the chaos of the story. While there are a few things that were slightly annoying to be expected in most books that are set in an upper teenage environment , and the story could probably have been trimmed a bit as it felt longer than it really needed to be, overall it was a really good read.