: Lovesick (): Jake Coburn: Books. Ted’s drunk-driving accident has ruined his life. it cost him his basketball scholarship, ended his plans for college, and forced him into AA. but just when ted has. Jake Coburn starts LOVESICK with a teaser: he writes as if the characters told him their real story. Certainly the story of two addicts trying to.
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Erica gets angry and leaves for the city, contacting Doctor Rudas and asking to go into rehab to deal with her problem of bulimia.
Coburn does not gives clues as to how the story will end, leaving readers guessing until the last two pages. As a lovfsick school senior, reading about college life would be really interesting to me, and I’m sure I’m not the only one. No current Talk conversations about this book. Google Books — Loading Learn more about Amazon Prime. A considerably wealthy man named Charles Prakers saw this as an opportunity. Jan 27, Bill rated it liked it. Even in its nitty gritty horrific details, I could really feel the pull and hold it had over her.
Coburn comes up with a good, messy resolution which is true to the characters and their lives.
So this is a good book, bordering on unbelievable but still quite good. This is probably one of the worst- no scratch that, the worst book EVER!!!
: Lovesick (): Jake Coburn: Books
You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. The wealthy father of a bulimic Manhattan rich girl has a tempting proposition.
Though the dramatic influences and struggles and scenes, it is at a typical late middle schooler’s reading level though recommended for high school students so that they may wholly understand it. Ted is a recovering alcoholic. The story starts off with a boy named Ted. However, I was severely disappointed. Michael tells Ted that he was there to offer Ted a deal to get him llovesick into his university.
Refresh and try again. Get to Know Us. Jul 30, Michelle rated it did not like it Shelves: Readers who are thirsting for love, lust, struggle, controversy, mystery and suspense—here it is! It’s not complex, but if you want to hangout with really likable people in a digestible read, this is the book for you. On the cbourn of the book there’s a picture of – I’m not even kidding – a toilet. Realistic, slang-filled dialogue and short, crisp narrative passages create a minimalist world of frenetic gang warfare, substance abuse, and wild parties that become nightmares.
But it all ends one fateful night when Ted gets involved in a drunk driving accident. This was an outstanding read. And the secondary characters Lovesick by Jake Coburn Members.
Both become appealing to the reader, although Michael stands out, as the cobutn original and interesting character.
And that was a surprise for me because the summary sounds so ficticious;something that can’t happen in real live. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Lovesick by Jake Coburn. Instead, the story was written in third-person so it made it confusing when it was switching from one character to another. Back at college, Ted realizes his mistake.
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While attending AA meetings, Ted thinks that nothing is going to get better. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. A seemingly simple task, with only one minor problem: Cobufn the Home Gift Guide.
And during one short trip to pick up a drink, he got into a bad car accident that damaged his knee. But one day, a man named Michael knocks on his door with the opportunity of a lifetime. Story of a Drunken GirlhoodLoveSick impressed reviewers with its unflinching look at self-destructive teens. Love Sick follows the story of Ted, a former teenage alcoholicas he spies on a girl, Erica, at their college for her father.
All I want to do now that I have read this book is burn it