(Stuck in the 70s) PDF/EBOOK ✓ Debra Garfinkle

  • Hardcover
  • 192
  • Stuck in the 70s
  • Debra Garfinkle
  • English
  • 09 April 2020
  • 9780399246630

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characters ☆ Stuck in the 70s Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Free read ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Debra Garfinkle Debra Garfinkle ô 4 characters To help get Shay back to 2006 if Shay helps him become popular But the time Shay spends in 1978 the she likes it And while she helps Tyler with the popular crowd she also wreaks havoc by going out with his worst enemy making over his sister and helping his mother get a job as a cafeteria worker at his school Can Tyler. Reviewed by Marta Morrison for TeensReadToocomI was on memory road while reading this book Garfinkle has nailed the seventies Since I was in college and high school at the time I remembered many of the references that were mentioned I was also blown away about how many things that I take for granted were not around then For today s teens though this book is great Shay is a high school student in 2006 She is burned out with life and spends her days skipping school getting high and having meaningless sex She lives with her mother who basically doesn t know that she is alive and her housekeeper who is really trying to get Shay back into life by taking the place of a parental unit After an afternoon of sex and champagne Shay falls asleep in a hot tub When she wakes up she finds herself in a bathtub with a teenage boy named Tyler staring at her She figures out that she is in the year 1978 She and Tyler spend the rest of the story trying to get her back to 2006 While that is happening Shay takes a good look at her life in 2006 and her life in 1978 where she has found that she is intelligent somewhat chaste and has the ability to help others with their lives This story has a good message and it s hard to put down The characters are multi faceted and believable I really liked and rooted for both Tyler and Shay hoping their lives will turn out to be great STUCK IN THE 70 S is also the first book I ve read where the cool guy has values and is just as sweet as the geek Whenever someone in 1978 tells Shay that she is sweet and Shay can t believe it I remembered how powerful words are and told myself to use them to make positive changes in the world

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characters ☆ Stuck in the 70s Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Free read ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Debra Garfinkle Debra Garfinkle ô 4 characters One night in 1978 Tyler Gray wakes up to find a beautiful girl named Shay lying in his bathtub For inexperienced nerdy Tyler this is not a common occurrence but it’s even stranger because Shay insists that she’s from 2006 Of course Tyler doesn’t believe her but once she proves it they strike a deal Tyler will try. I can t remember the last time if ever I read a book in one day But this was a super uick and easy read just a bit of brain candy The premise was made for fun one night in 2006 17 year old wild child Shay passes out in a Jacuzzi and wakes up in 1978 What ensues including plenty of culture shock moments is funny and sweet and worth a read

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characters ☆ Stuck in the 70s Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Free read ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Debra Garfinkle Debra Garfinkle ô 4 characters Get Shay home before his life is completely turned upside down Publishers Weekly gave D L Garfinkle a Flying Start for Storky praising its “wry outlook” and “lovable hero” in a starred review With Stuck in the 70’s Garfinkle creates another funny look at teen life with just a touch of magic It’s far out ma. I was hopeful when I picked up this book Hopeful because the author took a hit or miss concept a high school girl accidentally traveling back in time to the 70 s and influencing the lives of the people she meets there and wrote a book about it I think this story really shines with well rounded characters and an interesting setting While I was not alive in the 1970 s the references are woven in and not blatantly obvious There are some plotholes though which I beleive could have been easily fixed This book is also too short for my taste Perhaps a seuel could be written to flesh things out I am a little annoyed at the mature content in this novel Really does it HAVE to be there I think not and that it would actually benefit from it For example I think Stuck in the 70 s would make a great movie But this content limits its getting anything less than an R rating and the book s audience is clearly teens This made me think about the double standard beteeen teen movies and books Teen books supposedly can have mature content because the reader is not seeing anything But teen movies cannot becuse the viewer would actually be seeing something What about those of us who have a constant movie running in our heads We see things as they happen in the story Just some food for thought