Fun Camp by Gabe Durham Posted by Kate W in Fiction and tagged with 2014, American, book review, fiction, Gabe Durham, review March 30, 2014 Well that was odd. 3/5 Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading...
Great review – I can’t remember the last time a book review made me laugh out loud, and in the space of 4 words too!
Thanks… And here I was thinking I was being lazy 😉
This is the best thing I’ve ever seen. I want to steal it without actually stealing it, you know? (I won’t, but so tempting.)
It’s all I could think of when I closed the book. Truly.
I SO wish I went to camp when I was younger. The idea sounds divine. It probably would have been horrible, but it seems so magical.
We don’t have camps in Australia so growing up, I would read about them and think that they sounded also. Right up there with boarding school – all pillow fights and midnight feasts.
So where do they have these wonderful camps? They are not that common around here. The only one I knew of growing up was a religious one and I don’t know of any now.
And boarding school – yes! Sigh…
You’ve taken micro reviewing to a new level – bravo!
Starting to think I should change my whole approach 😉
It would save time, that’s for sure! Imagine the number of books you could achieve on the goodreads challenge!!
Pingback: Bookish (and not so bookish) Thoughts | booksaremyfavouriteandbest
Pingback: Fourth Street Review: Superlatives: A Top Ten List
Pingback: Gone Camping: Novels That Take You Right Back To Summer Camp – Literary Mixtape
Pingback: No One is Talking About This by Patricia Lockwood | booksaremyfavouriteandbest