Malcolm and Juliet

Malcolm and Juliet Sex was a latecomer to the party of Malcolm s life and when it did arrive it didn t come dressed in any of the usual guises Malcolm is sixteen With the mind of a scientist the body of a teenager a

  • Title: Malcolm and Juliet
  • Author: Bernard Beckett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sex was a latecomer to the party of Malcolm s life, and when it did arrive, it didn t come dressed in any of the usual guises Malcolm is sixteen With the mind of a scientist, the body of a teenager, and an ambition to reconcile the two, he embarks upon his latest research project sex Join Malcolm in his journey, as he meets the cast of characters who will take him a Sex was a latecomer to the party of Malcolm s life, and when it did arrive, it didn t come dressed in any of the usual guises Malcolm is sixteen With the mind of a scientist, the body of a teenager, and an ambition to reconcile the two, he embarks upon his latest research project sex Join Malcolm in his journey, as he meets the cast of characters who will take him a little closer to the center of life s mystery Will Charlotte find true love Will Kevin get his man How did Juliet lose her virginity and will the school principal succeed in having Malcolm s project banned Malcolm is just eh man to find out Hilarious, with a marvelous sting in the tail.

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    1. Oh man, was für eine Enttäuschung.Als ich gestern in die Bücherei ging, habe ich das Buch spontan mitgenommen, weil mir das Cover so gut gefallen hat. Doch leider hat sich das Buch zu einem Flop entwickelt.Die ersten fünfzig Seiten fand ich noch gut und unterhaltsam, die letzten hundert Seiten waren allerdings eine Qual. Die Handlung wurde immer absurder und hat in mir nur ein müdes Kopfschütteln hervor gebracht. Allerdings ging es mir nicht nur bei der Handlung so, sondern auch bei den Ch [...]

    2. Leider ist Stechzeit ein sehr kurzer Roman. Ungefähr 160 Seiten, wenn ich mich recht entsinne.Ich habe mir aus dem Betrieb, in dem ich arbeite, das Leseexemplar mitgenommen, weil ich für die Zugrückfahrt eine nette Beschäftigung brauchte. Stechzeit war genau die richtige Wahl.Der Protagonist, Malcolm, ist ein jugendlicher Wissenschaftler, auf der Suche nach einem unschlagbaren Wettbewerbsbeitrag für den jährlichen Wissenschaftswettbewerb. Da seinem letzten Beitrag die "Aktualität" fehlte, [...]

    3. Careless, depth-less, plotless. Did this book seriously win a prize for YA fiction in NZ? There was nothing to these characters; no spark or chemistry in their interactions, the writing style was bare-bones scrip-writing storytelling, and the twist at the end was in very, very bad taste. YA fiction is not an excuse to be lazy with your writing. It seemed like the author was hoping no-one would notice by he including alot of (highly implausible) discussions about sex - and by discussions, I mean [...]

    4. This is a very strange book. It reads like a bedroom farce, played out by teenagers in a New Zealand high school. (And indeed, this book novelises a play). I guess my main problem is that I found it impossible to suspend my disbelief, not at the characters' openness about their sexualities, but at their confidence. I really liked Malcolm though and could relate to his teenage geekiness :)----Reading this one on old-school paper! Why can't everything be on Kindle right now, dammit?!

    5. My teacher suggested this book to me. This book fits the "a book written by a New Zealander" square on my bingo board. I learned that with a creative mind you can achieve anything and that you can never be too old to learn new things. Malcolm is an interesting character because he discovers new things at a late age where I think most people would find out about quite a bit earlier, but he still makes the most of it.

    6. This is the third Bernard Beckett book I've just read. Not as clever or philosophical as the other two, this was still a great read, and one of the best YA novels I've read in a while. The characters were very real and it had some wonderful laugh-out-loud moments. Highly recommend if you're looking for a short, light diversion.

    7. I really enjoyed it. It made me laugh and I really understood this geeky character who seems harmless enough to be popular, though a little shaky with the girls. I also like to see a New Zealand author doing a good job of fiction for both sexes, teenage boys probably wouldn't choose to read this but they should.

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