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Young and Revolting: The Continental Journals of Nick Twisp

Young and Revolting: The Continental Journals of Nick Twisp By C.D. Payne Young and Revolting The Continental Journals of Nick Twisp The revolt and laughs continue as Nick and Sheeni escape to Paris Soon things go seriously and hilariously amiss Oui America s most dangerous teenager may be too outrageous for Europe

  • Title: Young and Revolting: The Continental Journals of Nick Twisp
  • Author: C.D. Payne
  • ISBN: 9780741434173
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • Young and Revolting: The Continental Journals of Nick Twisp By C.D. Payne The revolt and laughs continue as Nick and Sheeni escape to Paris Soon things go seriously and hilariously amiss Oui, America s most dangerous teenager may be too outrageous for Europe.
    Young and Revolting: The Continental Journals of Nick Twisp By C.D. Payne

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    1. Sarah on said:

      Alas, I am only able to give Book 6 3 out of 5 stars This is so far the weakest of the Nick Twisp journals It started out humorous and clever I love Nick s documentation of his married life with Sheeni in their tiny Parisian apartment, the new characters introduced, the further stories of Connie and Paul, and the music videos But once Nick goes on the run again and joins the circus, I completely lost interest, and it seemed as though so did C.D Payne Disappointing but true The second half of the [...]

    2. Blixco on said:

      I give all the Nick Twisp books five stars except that one with nothing but excerpts from Youth in Revolt This book, though, plodded along If you didn t know that you were reading a comedic series, you would think you were reading a drama highlighting a highly dysfunctional relationship It felt as though the author wanted to torture his creation whom he must feel both blessed and cursed to have written with a living so life sapping that it is difficult to read.In the end, you want Nick to kill S [...]

    3. novoten on said:

      Nerozum m tomu Pro se po letech vracet k n emu, co se na konci druh pro esk ten e tvrt tak kr sn uzav elo A kdy u to ud l m, pro najednou polevit a d t n m co vlastn Ha te en s Sheeni u k Nickovi pat , naprosto neuv iteln situace klip, cirkus, sout o Reininu ruku taky, proto je koda, e se po d mus me vracet k postav m, kter u minule postr daly zaj mavost Vijay, So a Pot jen depresivn Trent Preston a ne navn vdavekchtiv Connie Ale ten pln fini vyd chat nedok u Definitivn posledn ance p estat st p [...]

    4. liz on said:

      HY LARIOUS Two American fifteen year olds get married and run away to Paris together Nick Twisp is the man of the couple who s had plastic surgery to look like Jean Paul Belmondo and doesn t speak French they get into all kinds of scrapes, and eventually he runs away to join the circus disguised as a little old Scottish lady, and Just read the book She s probably not thinking at all, remarked my spouse She s enmeshed with a Twisp not a state conducive to rational thought We Twisps can be devasta [...]

    5. Leeann on said:

      The 5th installment of the Nick Twisp saga had its moments of laugh out loud hilarity but overall seemed lacking compared to the first 3 all of which are contained in the first volume, Youth in Revolt I felt similarly about 4 Revolting Youth , so it s or less what I was expecting this is a good Nick Twisp fix but just can t quite occupy the same place in my heart as my old, much loved, nearly falling apart copy of Youth in Revolt Also, I wish they d stop playing off the same 2 words for the tit [...]

    6. Annie on said:

      The story of Mr Twisp s final days as a wanted renegade, although satisfying to the Twispian completist, lack the deftness and charm of the earlier novels If you ve come this far you ll probably enjoy it anyway Payne still has a knack for writing about the modern absurd circus midgets in homoerotic dutch music videos, paying five Euros for a lemon in a Paris Epicerie but by the fifth book the magic seems to have panned out It s been a long year for Nick and Sheeni and their chaotic, triumphalist [...]

    7. Jeff Rice on said:

      Great to revisit the characters in Nick Twisp s life, but much like a Saved by the Bell Goes to Europe episode the gimmick got a little old It was still very funny and nice to have an ending to the Nick Twisp saga.

    8. Elizabeth on said:

      Maybe 4.5 Maybe 5 This was way better than the second fourth book The ending was a bit abrupt, but I think it made sense for a 15 year old guy Highly entertaining Not sure if I should read the little brother s book

    9. Buck Swindle on said:

      Judged on its own, this final book in the Nick Twisp journals was a decent read Sadly, when compared to the brilliance of the first two tomes it falls frightfully short The book felt rushed and out of new ideas reminding me of the final episode of Seinfeld Bummer.

    10. Skyler on said:

      Good read but not as funny as the first 4 books And is anyone else pissed about Sheeni being a complete bitch all the time in this book and then disappearing All in all it was ALRIGHT but hopefully the 6th book is better

    11. Andrea on said:

      Unfortunately the author should have stopped while he was ahead The first two books were very funny and the story ended nicely there Yes, the first two were ridiculously unrealistic, but this one is not even remotely believable, and by now the joke has gotten old.

    12. Joshua Gross on said:

      Wow this one was not like the others In fact, it was rather like torture in some places It just went on and on and on and then all of the sudden everything s wrapped up at the very end with very little explanation.

    13. Eric on said:

      All of these books have been quick reads and difficult to put down I didn t love the way this ended, but while reading it I enjoyed myself.

    14. Tobey on said:

      I love Nick Twisp, but I just got mad for the story wrapping up so quickly More Nick

    15. Skye on said:

      super good i didnt like the ending but that s just because i need to know every detail.

    16. Nathan on said:

      Not as funny as the other books, and it had an anti climactic melancholy finish I m kind of bothered by the end of the saga, but that s not to say Nick didn t get what was coming to him.

    17. Cara on said:

      Ridiculous as always, but still entertaining This book didn t hook me as well as the earlier ones did, but I did appreciate that it was concluded well

    18. carly on said:

      fun with nick twisp everything previously stated about c.d payne still applies to this novel will make you laugh, moves fast, is quite addictive, and might even leave you with a hangover.

    19. Jamison Spencer on said:

      I hated the weird end and Sheeni drives me crazier than ever, but I just can t get enough of that Nick Twisp.

    20. Amable seňor Marek on said:

      Konec P ni A to vlastn je t nen tak pln konec Jenom jedna v tev tak ko at ho stromu C.D.Payna

    21. Ivona on said:

      Sice jsem to do etla, ale pokra ovat dal m d lem nehodl m Je to za vlasy p ita en p b h, kter u pro m n jak postr d na vtipnosti.

    22. Chala on said:

      I thought the last few chapters dragged they felt like filler to me Otherwise it was a decent book but not nearly as funny or engaging as the previous two.

    23. Ellen on said:

      Juvenile and priapic No character development of any kind Boring.

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