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10 thoughts on “Exploits of a Reluctant (But Extremely Goodlooking) Hero

  1. says:

    This is honestly one of the funniest novels I ve read in ages I practically fell off my chair laughing a few times, pounding the table, tears streaming down my face Think of it as like Adrian Mole, but with normal parents andof a plot The protagonist is your typical thirteen year old boy arrogant, selfish, oblivious, and besieged by puberty The author portrayed the adolescent boy friendships perfectly, and the details about the narrator s growing up meshed perfectly into the story T This is honestly one of the funniest novels I ve read in ages I practically fell off my chair laughing a few times, pounding the table, tears streaming down my face Think of it as like Adrian Mole, but with normal parents andof a plot The protagonist is your typical thirteen year old boy arrogant, selfish, oblivious, and besieged by puberty The author portrayed the adolescent boy friendships perfectly, and the details about the narrator s growing up meshed perfectly into the story The only flaw I find is that his turnaround from a selfish jerk to an altruistic activist was a bit too sudden to be believable But that s a minor thing in such a wonderful gem of a story


  2. says:

    This is the funniest Middle grade book I ve read since I don t know when Sadly, it hasn t been checked out of our school library in at least five years, but I ve got a slew of students who will absolutely love the format as well as the self absorbed, yet redeemable, protagonist I have a feeling I m going to need to purchase an extra copy.


  3. says:

    Hell, it s summer and I m entitled to some light reading, right Exploits was just perfect The main character is a Canadian boy who begins the novel pig headed, and selfish He ends the novel only slightly redeemed, but by then the tone of self congratulation isironic and easier to bear The narrator s voice is engaging enough, but I found I was constantly irritated with his attitude As the book progresses and the character grows, however, the jokes become much funnier and the book becom Hell, it s summer and I m entitled to some light reading, right Exploits was just perfect The main character is a Canadian boy who begins the novel pig headed, and selfish He ends the novel only slightly redeemed, but by then the tone of self congratulation isironic and easier to bear The narrator s voice is engaging enough, but I found I was constantly irritated with his attitude As the book progresses and the character grows, however, the jokes become much funnier and the book becomes a real joy to read


  4. says:

    Ce livre avait plusieurs d fauts, mais aussi beaucoup de qualit Le fait est que l histoire raconte l histoire d un enfant ado de 13 ans qui n est franchement pas parfait En fait, il est un peu monstre, je pourrais dire Et pour lui, l argent est une valeur assez importante Et bon, tout au long de l histoire, le jeune fait des erreurs, des conneries, mais il apprend de chacune de ses actions Les d fauts, c est que le vocabulaire ne me faisait pas toujours pens un adolescent de 13 ans Ce livre avait plusieurs d fauts, mais aussi beaucoup de qualit Le fait est que l histoire raconte l histoire d un enfant ado de 13 ans qui n est franchement pas parfait En fait, il est un peu monstre, je pourrais dire Et pour lui, l argent est une valeur assez importante Et bon, tout au long de l histoire, le jeune fait des erreurs, des conneries, mais il apprend de chacune de ses actions Les d fauts, c est que le vocabulaire ne me faisait pas toujours pens un adolescent de 13 ans Disons que les mots utilis s me faisaient parfois sourciller Aussi, l action est un peu lente arriver En fait, j avais l impression qu il n y avait jamais vraiment de grandes actions, de grands d fis ou de qu tes Il n y avait pas vraiment de but ce qui rendait peut tre plus difficile l envie de s accrocher au livre PAR CONTRE, il y a une belle morale sur l argent et le partage Le jeune, pas religieux du tout, se retrouve quand m me travailler b n volement dans une Mission qui sert des repas aux plus d munis Il y d couvre que bien que parfois on songe qu il n y a que des personnes robineuses qui s y retrouve, c est loin d tre le cas Il y a aussi des gens moins chanceux dans la vie, des familles et des enfantsAussi comme ce n est pas un livre de l ann e, j ai aim les petites r f rences culturelles et le fait que le jeune raconte son histoire comme s il enregistrait sa voix sur une cassette UNE CASSETTE Ahaha J adore a me rappel des souvenirs Bref Voil


  5. says:

    Exploits of a relunctant but extremley good looking Hero is about a boy who gets in a situation He has to serve at a soup kitchen for what he did You may ask what what he did,but I will not tell you Read the book to see what he did You have to read the book to see what he did If you just skim right through it you will miss it.I am going to compare the main character and his dad They have a lot of things in common since they are in the same family They are both saving something they want Exploits of a relunctant but extremley good looking Hero is about a boy who gets in a situation He has to serve at a soup kitchen for what he did You may ask what what he did,but I will not tell you Read the book to see what he did You have to read the book to see what he did If you just skim right through it you will miss it.I am going to compare the main character and his dad They have a lot of things in common since they are in the same family They are both saving something they want Also, they are both debaters They fight for what they think is right Although they are family they are not the same in every way The dad is a BISOB manager and his son works at a soup kitchen His dad tries to save a spot for the house of toilets,but his son his trying to keep so there is no world hunger.I like the main character beter.That is because he teaches me a good lesson Never give up just keep trying and it could turn around.He was trying to save the soup kitchen,but they want to shut it down After a long time of thinking he came up with a good speech Then the jury wanted to save the kitchen.I would recomend this book to someone who can deal with some sad parts The book could make you teary eyed In the end something bad happens It was unexpected and that is what mad it sad


  6. says:

    The hero of this story is narrating his tale onto tapes in a sort of audio journal to make his mother happy His tale of woe begins when he does something very, very bad, and as a result must spend time volunteering in a soup kitchen as punishment There he finds himself in the middle of a battle between the rich and the poor over the future of the soup kitchen And our hero could not possibly care less He has no interest in civic duty or social activism or much of anything else His only goal The hero of this story is narrating his tale onto tapes in a sort of audio journal to make his mother happy His tale of woe begins when he does something very, very bad, and as a result must spend time volunteering in a soup kitchen as punishment There he finds himself in the middle of a battle between the rich and the poor over the future of the soup kitchen And our hero could not possibly care less He has no interest in civic duty or social activism or much of anything else His only goal is to serve his time, so to speak, and get on with his life Then, he makes a discovery about the soup kitchen that changes his perspective Suddenly the place and the battle has meaning, and our hero decides to enter the fray and become the hero he never meant to be.This is a great story for what many people consider to be our rather apathetic times It teaches a variety of lessons that people won t care about something unless it means something to them, that even the most cynical and disinterested of people can be moved to greatness, and that, yes, one kid can make a difference There are so many different things that can be discussed with this book that makes it a great choice for book clubs or classroom discussion I would recommend this for any kid 13 up


  7. says:

    The hero of this story is narrating his tale onto tapes in a sort of audio journal to make his mother happy His tale of woe begins when he does something very, very bad, and as a result must spend time volunteering in a soup kitchen as punishment There he finds himself in the middle of a battle between the rich and the poor over the future of the soup kitchen And our hero could not possibly care less He has no interest in civic duty or social activism or much of anything else His only goal The hero of this story is narrating his tale onto tapes in a sort of audio journal to make his mother happy His tale of woe begins when he does something very, very bad, and as a result must spend time volunteering in a soup kitchen as punishment There he finds himself in the middle of a battle between the rich and the poor over the future of the soup kitchen And our hero could not possibly care less He has no interest in civic duty or social activism or much of anything else His only goal is to serve his time, so to speak, and get on with his life Then, he makes a discovery about the soup kitchen that changes his perspective Suddenly the place and the battle has meaning, and our hero decides to enter the fray and become the hero he never meant to be.This is a great story for what many people consider to be our rather apathetic times It teaches a variety of lessons that people won t care about something unless it means something to them, that even the most cynical and disinterested of people can be moved to greatness, and that, yes, one kid can make a difference There are so many different things that can be discussed with this book that makes it a great choice for book clubs or classroom discussion I would recommend this for any kid 13 up


  8. says:

    There are certain kinds of characters I simply cannot stand One specific group is 12 13 year old boys who are cocky and when they re not complimenting themselves are thinking about sex Welcome to the hero So simply because I cannot stand these kinds of characters, the first 100 or so pages were incredibly difficult to get through The character s voice bothered me so much I could not stand his endless prattling It was boring and stupid and I hated it Lucky me, about page 100 there become There are certain kinds of characters I simply cannot stand One specific group is 12 13 year old boys who are cocky and when they re not complimenting themselves are thinking about sex Welcome to the hero So simply because I cannot stand these kinds of characters, the first 100 or so pages were incredibly difficult to get through The character s voice bothered me so much I could not stand his endless prattling It was boring and stupid and I hated it Lucky me, about page 100 there becomeimportant matters The MC actually stops thinking about himself and sex, to concern himself with matters of the plot This made the bookbearable It s not that I cared for the plot It was an interesting concept, by failed to pull on any heart strings or make me care Which was a problem, as the issue could have been very interesting Honestly the only reason this book got two stars is because of the relief that there was a plot and the MC would stop thinking about himself My problem resided in the MC alone, so it just depends whether or not you can stand him


  9. says:

    A funny book that should easily appeal to teenage guys Our hero is a self obsessed thirteen year old that wishes his father would give him tips on how to take off a girl s bra, that he hadmoney to buy fried chicken and candy, that he DIDN T have to volunteer at the local soup kitchen, take Ukrainian dance lessons, or do his paper route He is whiny, obnoxious, and crude and yet you can t help but laugh at the way he expresses himself, the situations he gets himself into, and just the A funny book that should easily appeal to teenage guys Our hero is a self obsessed thirteen year old that wishes his father would give him tips on how to take off a girl s bra, that he hadmoney to buy fried chicken and candy, that he DIDN T have to volunteer at the local soup kitchen, take Ukrainian dance lessons, or do his paper route He is whiny, obnoxious, and crude and yet you can t help but laugh at the way he expresses himself, the situations he gets himself into, and just the utter ridiculousness He reminds me quite a bit of Greg Heffley Diary of a Wimpy Kid , the kind of protagonist that is hilarious on paper, but you would want to strangle in real life Oh, and the best part, since a diary is just too girly, he s keeping track of his life with a tape recorder Yep, old fashioned cassettes


  10. says:

    Michael Scott of Dunder Mifflin had to be 13 years old at some point And that s a fair description of the tape recorded narrator of this book The boy is never named, but that s not for lack of ego He demands attention, and entertainment, and mountains of Twinkies and Lucky Charms and fast food chicken Just like Michael Scott, he spends a lot of time whining and wimpering And just like the Office boss, he sees himself as a chiseled ladies man On the other hand, we never get a great sense o Michael Scott of Dunder Mifflin had to be 13 years old at some point And that s a fair description of the tape recorded narrator of this book The boy is never named, but that s not for lack of ego He demands attention, and entertainment, and mountains of Twinkies and Lucky Charms and fast food chicken Just like Michael Scott, he spends a lot of time whining and wimpering And just like the Office boss, he sees himself as a chiseled ladies man On the other hand, we never get a great sense of what he looks like Given his appetite and hatred of exercise, I can best imagine him chiseled out of Crisco Given his attitude, it s hard to imagine anyone who would want to be his friend That s not the best premise for a story, and in spite of all the laughs and Office like cringe moments, I can t bring myself to care much one way or another