Land of July: A Real Life Scandal of Sex & Social Media at a Connecticut High School Robert M. Marchese eBook

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On an ordinary January afternoon, a disturbing revelation about his wife hurls one son into a whirl of public humiliation and heartbreak, and eventually on a spree of skirmishes with lawyers, critics, therapists, and policing. Check in of July tells the true story of a teacher/student sex scandal that not only shocked an entire tutor and small suburban neck of the woods, but made national news. It’s a story filled with countless anecdotes about marriage, trust, infidelity, grief, and the desperate search for hope and house in the bit the bullet of ruin. Practically ripped from the daily screamers, Check in of July is as lewds as it is sobering. At its best, it’s a cautionary tale that potency just inspire an awakening of principle, at its worst, it’s one son’s tumultuous journey to misery. . . and possibly back.

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  • Publisher: Black Rose Writing; 1 edition
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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1684330769
  • ISBN-13: 978-1684330768
  • Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
  • Weight: 13.8 ounces
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Land of July: A Real Life Scandal of Sex & Social Media at a Connecticut High School

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2020-01-13 06:10

bharat_shrivastava

When I started reading Accomplice Condie's "Matched," I definitely had a hard moment getting into it. Considering the story's structure is entirely based on a matching course of action, and sets up an obvious love trilogy that is the crux of the entire story - it felt a snippet predictable in the scheme of some of the more recent YA works blending the dystopic/romantic angle. But somehow, considering the collective whole of the execute and the move it ends, it ended up being an interesting story. I wasn't particularly invested in the ranks, and I didn't think the emotional fullness was as good as Lauren Oliver's "Derangement" (which I read a snippet before this), but there were no times in the execute the drew me into the scope this story takes place, and it does have a strong worldbuilding piece to it to set up the conflict of the potboiler as a whole. Cassia is a she who's excited to find her lifelong trial, but in the mix of the ceremonies she's a role of, she discovers that the image one she's matched with disappears (Xavier) and reveals a trial with another boy she knows (Ky) and whom she ends up developing a much deeper communication with. The story progresses from there with various squares off with that countdown Cassia's earnestnesses to her commonality and her own discovery of wanting to go against bond. I didn't necessarily feel the seek she endeavors in most put finger on of the potboiler. Towards the issue, however, the story did hook me with revere to what happens in a dire episode for one of the ranks, and it leads into an interesting progression for the next potboiler. I'm intrigued enough to read the next payment of this sequence to see where it goes, but I think as far as the conviction and kind development is concerned, point of convergence on those elements could've made this a much better book. Overall score: 3/5

2019-12-27 02:33

kellydang

More of a long creation than a novel, it is an interesting way of narrating a coming of age novel. Her statements are so rich and lush you can almost feel the chafe of Vietnam while reading it.

2019-12-24 01:57

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