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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Recommend fot teenage girls. Maybe boys. Possibly =P

For all the teenagers(girls) you must buy You Suck!! You have to check it out!! Such an adorable romance/sorta horror novel. Read it and you will totally understand.

posted by Bookworm14MR on March 23, 2011

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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Hi my name is person mcpersonpants and i am part of a secret society called randomness unincorporated. To join go tp random acts result one. Do you know the muffin man? If you do, tell him that just because he stole my bathtub and hid it on another planet doesnt mean he...
Hi my name is person mcpersonpants and i am part of a secret society called randomness unincorporated. To join go tp random acts result one. Do you know the muffin man? If you do, tell him that just because he stole my bathtub and hid it on another planet doesnt mean he can steal the qwertle turtle. The qwertle turtle contributes to our society. If you are the tooth fairy, i am sorry about the boat nectar that came from above, the choir of singing sandwiches, and your face. Yeah. Ya know why? Because i still havent forgiven you for the oldrn days when fishes swarmed the city and Derpy had that bathtub with silver wings and we would use it to go get the peanut butter for the amazingly fishfaced Alien named Fl¿gels¿ork¿l. But then we ran out of peanut butter so we decided to buy a sledgehammer in case we threw a frankfurtur party. Just dont ask, ok? You shouldnt question my sanity because living too close to a camel causes people to do that. Now if you live too lose to a penguin then you suddenly have a feeling that you want some chicken. Happy birthday, Asparagus and i hope you get a hamburger and a cheesecake made out of a mixture of cheese and cake. Derpderpderpderpderpsherpdaherpdaderpderpderpderpderpderpderpderpderpderpderpderpderpderpderp

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  • Posted February 20, 2013

    while the book had a great beginning i found myself forcing to r

    while the book had a great beginning i found myself forcing to read to finally finish it. It just turns boring and really cheesy. The book shouldn't be titled you suck it should be self describing and titled I suck.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 28, 2012

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    A Major Let Down Review brought to you by OBS Staff member Heid

    A Major Let Down

    Review brought to you by OBS Staff member Heidi

    You suck is the second installment of Christopher Moore’s A Love Story series, which is his take on a vampire love story. This series is its own animal; it can be crude and humorous and there is nothing like it that I’ve read. Think vampires meets Janet Evanovich meets a men’s locker room.

    You Suck starts off with vampire, Jody, and her boyfriend, Tommy, fighting after he wakes up and discovers that she has turned him into a vampire. Now they are faced with the problem of who will run their daytime errands that Tommy can no longer run for them. Not to mention they had told the police they were leaving town and need to find a new place to live.

    Tommy ends up finding them a minion in the young teenage goth chic, Abby, who wants to be turned into a vampire herself. She finds them an apartment down the street from their old one and everything is going great until Elijah, the vampire that turned Jody, is released from his bronze statue prison and is ready to get his revenge.

    When I started reading this series, I didn’t think I would like it, but was pleasantly surprised by Moore’s unusual and funny writing style in the first book of the series, Bloodsucking Fiends. Unfortunately, You Suck did not live up to my expectations. I didn’t like how it kept going from what actually was happening when most of the characters were narrating to more of a journal entry when Abby was narrating. I found it very hard to switch between the two styles of narration and it made it hard for me to follow and stay interested in what was actually going on.

    I found this book to have no real point and found myself rushing through it just to get it done, not really enjoying it at all.

    There is one more installment to the series, Bite Me, and I haven’t decided if I’m going to read it or not. If I do, it won’t be any time in the near future.

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    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 29, 2010

    Not my thing

    I was seduced by the clever cover art and the description of the book. It seemed like it would be a funny read. And if you like non-stop one-line type of jokes, then it is funny. Personally, I like my humor to be more connected to the characters, not just one zippy sentence after another. Plus, there didn't seem to be a plot, and everyone in the novel is a lunatic. It's just one over-the-top character, situation, joke after another and that is exhausting. I want to be told a story, not hit on the head with a bad stand-up night club comedy act. I got about 50 pages in and couldn't take anymore. I returned it to B&N the next day and got a refund. Yuck.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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