“Sure.” I heard Jim’s pen scribbling again. “Our time’s about up anyway. Just one more question, though. Do you have any idea why so many unusual things happen to you?”
“Yeah,” I snarled. “God hates me.”
Luke Carver is a 17 year old who can’t seem to help getting in trouble. Every time he goes anywhere, he seems to get in trouble. He messes up so many times that it sure seems like God hates him. After all, how else would he get into such wacky, horrible situations?
Luke has secrets, though. There are things he hasn’t told anyone. He hasn’t even told his journal the full truth. After all, if it isn’t his fault, why does he have to tell anyone?
“Yes,” I said quietly. “I’m fine.” Then I closed my eyes and leaned my head back against the seat. I was tired, too. So, so tired…
Just like I am now.
This was one of the shortest books I think I’ve read. It was, strangely, also one of the most interesting. It was one of those books where you think that it’s not going to be that gripping, but then you find yourself wondering, throughout the day, what’s going to happen next.
I really liked the way that the author pulled out the mystery of what happened to Luke before the book started. It was really interesting, even though it wasn’t as “dark” as they made it out to seem. It was interesting, though.
I would actually recommend this book to anyone who really liked The Catcher in the Rye, mostly because the writing style seemed quite similar to me, and it’s about the same sort of aged guy.
All in all- pretty good of a book.