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The Hurt the Horny the Highschool Nerd
     

The Hurt the Horny the Highschool Nerd

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by Brian Walker
 

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This book has been written with the hope that it will help some reader out there who is going through the tough times that a lot of teenagers have to endure.

This book attempts to give these folks an alternative to professional books by psychologists and therapists, people who have never experienced any of the stuff they profess to be experts about

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The Hurt the Horny the Highschool Nerd 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i know the kid personally, hes hilarious, and definitley a nerd. jk. it didnt help me cause ive never been a nerd but its awesome to finally understand what goes on in other peoples heads. cause u never know. everyone shuld write a book so we can learn about eachother. HEAR HEAR BRIAN
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book is so interesting and exciting. it made me cry, laugh, and even think about myself(and yes i am a girl) it is a great inside look into the highschool life and a person of the 'nerd' status. i woudl recommend this book to anyone and everyone!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book provides insight into the mind of the type of kid that most either ignore in school or make fun of. In this book, you learn the frustrations of a 'high school nerd' and the difficulties one suffers through to overcome the hardship of existing at the bottom of the social ladder. The author goes into raw details about his sexual fantasies which may be offensive to some. If you happen to be an open-minded person, you may appreciate the fact that the author chooses to express his frustrations in the form of literature rather than in a destructive manner. With school shootings, suicide, and homicides as a rising, unfortunate reality, I admire the author for expressing himself as a writer. The author simulates a sexist, arrogant, typical teenage male with disrespectful views towards the oppisite sex. It is important to mention that the author makes references to personality traits and not just about physical characteristics of the girls in which he was attracted to. Having had the opportunity to become friends with the author recently, I was able to instantly sense that he is a funny, charming, intelligent young man who just happens to be very blunt about the experiences that he has been through. He was only sixteen at the time he wrote this book, which contributes a major role to his choice of written lanuage and solicit expression. I would highly suggest this book to high school students and college students. It does not matter if you have experience as a nerd or not, you can learn a lot from what a 'nerd' experiences and how it makes him or her feel. You can either find comfort in this book and relate to it, or you can feel a sense of empathy and decide to treat all people with the same mannerism.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Poorly written, sexist schlop created by someone who allegedly is of higher intelligence. My cat could write more interesting words.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Walker's authorial voice holds nothing back--because when you're talking about sex, emotions, and the social dynamics of high school, why would anyone want to beat around the bush? This book will shock you, lead you to question your basic assumptions about nerds and relationships. For me, it articulated what I felt about high school, and made me realize that I'm not alone. Because as our culture is afraid to speak the truth, I never talked with my friends about these issues.

As a college student, I still found this to be interesting, because it combines socio-psychological theories and research with vivid graphic imagery and stories, "I can't believe he just wrote that" hysterical anecdotes, and a unique analysis. You won't find a book that does all of this.

This book is a great short read for entertainment or intellectual stimulation, or a perfect gift for a close friend. Cheers to the hurt horny high school nerds out there!

Advice: Don't judge this book based on the first 50 pages...keep going...trust me...it all makes sense by the end!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a college student who does not know the author however, I came across reading this book while hearing about it through some friends. I would say that the book is a great read, I got a new perspective of what romance and sex is like for a high school nerd and I also started to realize I am not alone on alot of my issues. The book is not exactly self help however the book is definitely a great read, its hilarious, it intrigues you with the author's created sociopsychological theories, and it makes you think of your own life in terms of romance and sex. I would definitely recommend reading this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Hurt, The Horny, The HighSchool Nerd is a book written by current MCCC student and former 'nerd' Brian Walker. It is a book that delves into the love, sex, and relationship life of the average high school nerd. It's about rejection nd how Brian handled it. Brian mentions often in this book how girls are shallow and only go for ' jocks' and those who are high up on the social ladder. When a girl does pay a nerd attention , apparently it's just because she wants something from him. Overall I would say that the story has colorful language and very graphic descriptions , It was not in my favor of interest ,however it may please someone else.