Download reader ¿ Jerk California ☆ 327 pages

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Download reader ¿ Jerk California ☆ 327 pages ¿ Read Jonathan Friesen's posts on the Penguin Blog This Schneider Family Book Award winner changed the face of Tourette's Syndrome for modern teens Wrought with tension romance and hope Jerk California tells the story of Sam who sets out on a cross country uest to learn the tRead Jonathan Friesen's posts on the Penguin Blog This Schneider Family Book Award winner changed the face of Tourette's Syndro We're all stupid sometimesI found this to be a fascinating read although very dated and maybe doesn't age well BUT there aren't a lot of books about Tourette Syndrome and I think that gives this one a definite additional star for tackling a subject many others won'tdon't talk aboutThis is the story of Sam that's been pushed and shoved down his whole life His home life and his school life were both sad and horrible to read I enjoyed reading about Sam taking control of his life and trying to ask some hard uestions I just didn't like the added religion in the end part but Meh it wasn't too bad I'm glad I gave this one a try I feel like I learned insight into a syndrome I know little about

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Me for modern teens Wrought with tension romance and hope Jerk California tells the story of Sam who sets out on a cross countr hm can't decide between 2 and 3 stars the first half was hard to get through I think it was the writing style and the inconsistency in dialect and stuff that bothered me the second half was better if it weren't for the second half being a little better it wouldn't get than one star I just wasn't emotionally invested in the characters the plot twists didn't surprise me or make me gush over them idk It was a cool idea with the whole road trip I just couldn't connect with it all

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Jerk CaliforniaY uest to learn the truth about his family and his inherited Tourette's Syndrome along the way finding both love and acceptance ↪ 5 FREAKING stars I picked this book up basically on a whim for English We were told to pick a book to read for our last uarter and we would have to do a project on it It was nearing the end of the year so nobody got too far into their books but we all still got a project done I enjoyed the first few chapters that I had read and then school ended I put the book down my English teacher moved to another state and I probably hadn't given the book a second thought I borrowed the book from my English teacher but accidentally never gave it back oops Minutes later I stand alone at the doorway and my eyes hold tears Inside I boil because it's not fair and it can't be true I fling the letter but it flutters to the ground at my feet 'Why didn't you tell me' me tearing up I'm no longer counting this as a re read as the first time i never really finished it entirelyI was not expecting this time around for this to be as good as it ended up being I enjoyed every moment of this book and it has a Paper Towns feel to it It has an interesting mysterious road trip kind of feel to it Like we don't know exactly why we're going somewhere but we need to because it just feels right I definitely recommended reading this if your liked Paper Towns even a little bit it's actually uite better than Paper Towns for me I stare at the void as I stroke the sacred spot on my face Damn She took my coat Naomi and Sam or Jack were literally so cute Their relationship was portrayed in such a real way that it didn't seem forced or fantastical in any way There was a lot of raw emotion which i LOVEDalso me reading the barn scene if i have thoughts I'll probably add them later♡