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Uccess acceptance and popularity He believes that pledging a campus fraternity can help put him on the right path As the final hurdle to get into the fraternity he must hitchhike 1500 miles over a weekend. Has a messageHaving done some hitchhiking in college it brought back memories I also had some good experiences but cannot say that any lessons were learned such as meant in this novel

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Backseat

Michael's freshman year of college has not gone well either socially or academically In 1969 failure from college or dropping out of school means the draft and possibly Vietnam Michael desperately wants s. Backseat was a uick read about finding one s self It was enjoyable enough but I found myself wanting so much There were many aspects of the story that I feel could have been developed and expanded on Even the climax of the story if you can call it that is pretty uick to the point and over before it really starts

Tom Wascoe é 8 Summary

; a road trip which could save his freshman year and possibly change his life The rides he gets the people he meets and the obstacles he overcomes on his journey do change his life but in an unexpected wa. The author had a perfect opportunity to characterize the people stopping to give Michael and Randy rides but they flew by so uickly I could never really get engaged with any of them


9 thoughts on “Backseat

  1. says:

    I received this book through goodreads first reads Thank you for choosing me Backseat was a delightful and at times painful reminder of that rites of passage time in life For the popular ones it is an easier time of adjustments yet not without pain; BUT for the awkward ones it is almost suicide The title was how Michael viewed his life or his value if you will He felt like he didn't have anything to bring to the table Through this cross c

  2. says:

    Backseat was a uick read about finding one's self It was enjoyable enough but I found myself wanting so much There were many aspects of the story that I feel could have been developed and expanded on Even the climax of the story if you can call it that is pretty uick to the point and over before it really starts

  3. says:

    I received this as an ARC so I would like to say thank youThis novel was a short novel about a college freshman who embarks on this trip as pa

  4. says:

    Backseat was written in a style that kept my interest I related uite well to the main two characters challenge and enjoyed the story structure of the two guys hitch hiking 1500 miles to accomplish their goal I especially l

  5. says:

    This novel is a coming of age story about a college freshman who goes on a road trip to get into a fraternity The protagonist is the awkward kid typical of this type of story introverted and lacking in friends The pacing of the novel was largely good and the story well written though the ending could be improved

  6. says:

    Has a messageHaving done some hitchhiking in college it brought back memories I also had some good experiences but cannot say that any lessons were learned such as meant in this novel

  7. says:

    Tom's maiden voyage into writing was a smashing success Great character development and storyline It was easy to get involved with the characters and relate to their experiences Highly recommend

  8. says:

    The author had a perfect opportunity to characterize the people stopping to give Michael and Randy rides but they flew by so uickly I could never really get engaged with any of them

  9. says:

    I won this story as a Goodreads ARC Agree with Rebekah below It makes a nice anecdote or short story