Monday, November 6, 2017

Book Review - The Boy is Back

The Boy is Back is a silly romp by Meg Cabot. It’s  a no-brainer read and that’s a good thing in the fall. Sit on your patio with a pumpkin spice beverage and laugh as you read her compilation of texts, emails, and humorous dialogue between a family and friends in a small town. Reed Stewart escaped Bloomfield, Indiana by hitting the pro golf tour. He’s rich and famous, and now he’s back to help sort out his parent’s estate problems. His parents caused a small town scandal by not paying a local restaurant. Social media explodes and the Judge is under fire. As Reed and his siblings uncover his parents hoarder tendencies (gavels and cat statues), their lack of money despite country club pretenses, and  health issues, it’s time to call in a senior relocation specialist. 

Cue dramatic music.

The specialist is none other than Becky Flowers,  Reed’s former girlfriend who was ditched by him on prom night. Can you say awkward?  Or is it a chance to fall in love again?  I bet you can guess where the plot line heads and that’s okay. Meg Cabot has an ear for current lingo. She keeps the ball rolling with plenty of catch dialogue and laugh out loud moments. The Boy is Back with a vengeance. Very amusing read.


14 comments:

  1. Sounds like a fun and light read. Something we all need sometimes. Plus it has the plot line about discovering the parents were hoarders. I may have to check it out.

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  2. Must be an interesting one, nothing like a nice book to settle down with. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. it was good for reading but not thinking

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  3. A fun read by all accounts.....just right for this time of year.

    Yvonne.

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  4. Not my style but glad you enjoyed it.

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  5. Sounds like a fun one to shut your brain off and enjoy.

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  6. Ditched by him on prom night? OUCH! What could possibly go wrong? Smiles. Sounds like a fun and twisty read. Thanks for another quality recommendation, Joanne.
    Have a great week.

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    1. OUCH is right. We have no experience on stuff like that. Wink Wink.
      It's a fun rom-com read

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  7. This sounds like one I'd enjoy. Something light and fast to read is perfect to curl up with in a blanket for these cool autumn days.

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