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`Read Epub ê Wildman µ How can a total stranger understand you better than the people you ve known your entire life When Lance sBuick breaks down in the middle of nowhere, he tells himself Don t panic After all, he s valedictorian of his class First chair trumpet player Scholarship winner Nothing can stop Lance HendricksBut the locals don t know that They don t even know his name Stuck in a small town, Lance could be anyone a delinquent, a traveler, a maniac One of the townies calls him Wildman, and a new world opens upHe s ordering drinks at a roadhouse Jumping a train Talking to an intriguing older girl who is asking about his future And what he really wants As one day blurs into the next, Lance finds himself drifting farther from home and closer to a girl who makes him feel a way he s never felt before like himself This started slow, but about halfway through I started flying through the pages The plot isn t particularly unique perfect boy who has seemingly perfect life meets people who help him realize who he really wants to be , but I enjoyed the narration and dialogue Stone s character was particularly well done, and the scene where Lance s friends from home collide with his new friends is uncomfortable in such a great way I wish there had beenof Robert the mechanic I knew I liked him the mom This started slow, but about halfway through I started flying through the pages The plot isn t particularly unique perfect boy who has seemingly perfect life meets people who help him realize who he really wants to be , but I enjoyed the narration and dialogue Stone s character was particularly well done, and the scene where Lance s friends from home collide with his new friends is uncomfortable in such a great way I wish there had beenof Robert the mechanic I knew I liked him the moment he appeared, but his time in the story is so short Ahh, the joys of infidelity manic pixie dream girl daddy issues oh my god, this is such a white male fantasy And really not my cuppa. The writing was what really made this book stand out for me Here are some examples Tow, he said, tasting the word s weight Three letters full of lost time.Waiting for Dakota felt like warming up in the orchestra pit on opening night Everyone tuning up their instruments That awful, giddy flutter before a show.All these words he d been tossing out like candy from a parade float.Lance pictured Bend High School s football coach guidance counselor hunching over his computer with bent little arm The writing was what really made this book stand out for me Here are some examples Tow, he said, tasting the word s weight Three letters full of lost time.Waiting for Dakota felt like warming up in the orchestra pit on opening night Everyone tuning up their instruments That awful, giddy flutter before a show.All these words he d been tossing out like candy from a parade float.Lance pictured Bend High School s football coach guidance counselor hunching over his computer with bent little arms like a Tyrannosaurus rex on a tricycle.And the most amazing description of a first kiss He s holding this glass, moving so slow, so careful but now their foreheads are nearly touching Frozen time thaws to a rush and they re running downhill, the ground tipping forward, still tipping, and Lance s feet pedal air, and his stomach drops and he loses the Earth and presses his lips to her Their mouths open to receive each other and everything is spilling, everything, everywhere Got a copy of this book via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.It s a nice quick read, not to hard to get through I did feel myself wandering off all the time I kept doing other things than reading this book My attention was not really there, that s the reason I gave the book 3 stars.This review was first posted on BiteIntoBooks BlogProsCover and story You think you ve figured out the cover pretty quick, but you don t It gets explained in the final chapter and that was beautifulGot a copy of this book via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.It s a nice quick read, not to hard to get through I did feel myself wandering off all the time I kept doing other things than reading this book My attention was not really there, that s the reason I gave the book 3 stars.This review was first posted on BiteIntoBooks BlogProsCover and story You think you ve figured out the cover pretty quick, but you don t It gets explained in the final chapter and that was beautiful I got a flutter in my heart because of the explanation, I really liked the aspect The cover actually adds something to the story right now Hidden message Be yourself, make your own choices and live with the day The hidden messages in this story are great I feel like this could be a book for people struggling with choices in life.Transformation I like the transformation Lance is undergoing in this book He s so awesome the last few chapters, I like him a lot like that I hope he ll stay that way ConsLance Until the last part of the book I didn t really get Lance It was so hard to understand for me that he wanted to go home, but was not taking any action to get home I understand the fact that the Buick is important for him, that got clearer during the time he spent away from home But the first few days he was stranded I was like You had 20 opportunities to get home, do something It s hard for me to understand somebody who doesn t really know what he wants Friendship So Lance gets to know a group of kids who call themselves friends I don t get the conversations they have and the things they do with and to each other I usually enjoy conversations in a book, but not with this book, I didn t really understandKept wandering off Like I said before I kept wandering off It was hard at some parts to keep reading and I wasn t really excited to pick up the book again The last few chapters really added something and made meat peace with the book.If you like contemporary, I think this is a book for you This book has such beautiful life lessons and you go on a trip with someone who is getting to know himself Lance is finding himself is starting to make his own choices Finally he is enjoying his freedom That was the most exciting part about the book for me