This can create an awkward, nerdy look. As far as some of the other characters go, Olive did get on my nerves a bit-sometimes I just wanted to duct tape her mouth shut. Then there's just goofy shit like Scotty being incredulous that he and Vincent are wearing ties while out on a fancy date. However, I was mostly wrong! I loved the way she wrote the book, even though it's comprised of many chapters, I still found myself craving for more. However, throughout the story, you're able to see Taylor evolve in to something other than the mean, immature, moronic teen that he started as. I will admit that it took me a bit to actually understand where I stood in the story, not being familiar at all with the british school system, it took me a while.
Despite them calling their school college, I still felt that they were high schoolers in maturity. Not really, but kind of. There are dozens of reasons to love this book and its nerdy hero. I feel like I can trust her. Many people associate nerdiness with a somewhat messy style, so dramatically mismatched suspenders may help with the look. For example at times a few weeks would have passed since the previous chapter and I had to figure that out from comments made, so it was not a natural progression.
Oh the setting was marvelous! We hang out and we're good friends. The plot is definitely more complex than I expected, with twists and turns at every corner, and of course the romance is extremely sweet. ~Alexis Mae - She gets some really great character development which was a little unexpected considering how cliched she was written for the first half of the book. In this Article: Dressing like a nerd can be fun for a Halloween costume, as well as every day fashion. I was almost envious of that deep, delicate feeling growing page after page. Some books would overdo this terribly and throw random plot elements in for the sake of pacing, making for an exhausting read.
If you're going to a party especially, a tote bag can help. So yeah, exactly two years since my last read and I'm calling it. The book kept talking about them being in college at 17 then going to university and all the different years and forms which we do not have here in the states, so at times I struggled to figure out how old these kids were. I knew who the popular kids were, at least some of them, by name and sight but that was all. Not really, but kind of.
But that is a cultural thing and not a book issue, just like when a book uses the metric system and my brain has to remember then calculate. And even in that scene, he still back pedals and changes the subject and still doesn't tell them about it. If you're wearing pants as part of your costume, suspenders can solidify the nerdy look. A total nerd, he spends his spare time playing games with the Dungeon Adventure Club, surrounded by others nerds like him. Yeah, I thought it was a bit odd. He does what he wants and doesn't worry about what other people think. Even with everything he's gone through with his family, he pushes on through and is a stronger person for it.
It wasn't hard to get into the book that I found myself reading it in one sitting! If you buy a book using that link, I will receive a small commission from the sale. I'm looking forward to the sequel, and hope that we get more Scotty and Vincent as well as something for Taylor. Scotty is one of the smartest students on campus. The same with their fallout, it was bound to happen, and it was terrible — my heart was hurting all that time — but it could have come and been resolved faster. And nonetheless, if there is something that Scotty unfortunately discovered and that I'll carry with me from this moment on, is that you can't erase your past or forgot what you have been, but you can try change your present self and become a better person to be proud of when you are older and you think about your life. I could image every moment and scene in my mind and it was as if I was there, getting through every crazy event that was thrown towards Scotty and Vincent. Good thing he managed to change his ways.
A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. The writing is superb and flawless in style, and the story flows well. I occasionally see her walking home or something, but other than that, no. It's very enjoyable and a bit of a light read. The writing is pretty impressive, it really surprised me how easily I ended up going through the 500+ pages of this book. I could not stop reading it. It's rare to find those now a days and this is it!!! Vincent is hot and loving and doesn't give two craps about how dorky his boyfriend is.
Broken glasses are one of the many stereotypes people have of nerds. But then everything quickly got bogged down in teen melodrama and one ridiculous movie-at-eleven scenario after another. I actually quite liked being me. A musician, he spends most of his time practicing with Alexis, his best friend, bandmate, and former girlfriend. However being a nerd can have its downsides, particularly when you're constantly being targeted by the school bully Taylor Raven and his cronies. As Scotty tries to navigate his final college years with the aid of his best friend Olive, he also finds himself on the radar of the mysterious Scotty Williams is the nerdiest 17-year-old at Havensdale College - and proud of it. She's also really smart and definitely kicks ass! He's always so cheerful and sweet that it would be easy to think he lives in a little happy bubble.
She's not going to be swayed by teen lust. Being dishonest won't help you. Life is not looking good for our hero, right? Reasons To Love A Nerd Like Me made my heart grow three sizes that day. So shut up your face and give your friends time to come around on their own. This can make the bright colors show up even more. However, this is not true. Try a button up shirt with high waisted shorts.
But while I never completely warmed to him, I did sympathize with him a little close to the end. This was a well thought out and well written story that was easy to read. If you want to go for a somewhat tomboyish nerdy look, try wearing a large button shirt and high waisted shorts. The bigger they are, the nerdier they'll look. Normally I can tell something like that is coming, but apart from a little niggle right before, there was nothing. Most of the time, although she lowers her gaze and stares at the ground after a few seconds.