Suburban Prophets

Suburban Prophets Target audience recommended Young Adult such as Jr High Boys to College Male dumb humor Suburban Prophets is fast pace short and on crack Perfect for something to read on a long trip boring day at w

  • Title: Suburban Prophets
  • Author: Geoffrey Brokos Laura Grant
  • ISBN: 9781463791650
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback
  • Target audience recommended Young Adult such as Jr High Boys to College Male dumb humor Suburban Prophets is fast pace, short and on crack Perfect for something to read on a long trip, boring day at work or for the short attention span Do ghost really exist Micah, a senior in high school, who has grown up in the church his whole life, wonders why ghosts are never ta Target audience recommended Young Adult such as Jr High Boys to College Male dumb humor Suburban Prophets is fast pace, short and on crack Perfect for something to read on a long trip, boring day at work or for the short attention span Do ghost really exist Micah, a senior in high school, who has grown up in the church his whole life, wonders why ghosts are never talked about With his two coworkers, Ivan, a movie film buff dealing with a break up, and Cory, a weed smoking film student decide to go ghost hunting after a ghost sighting at work The three look up supposedly haunted places online and set on a quest to see if they are real Experience the relationships, adventures, in a dark ridiculous comedy thriller Recommended 14 and up for drug references, inappropriateness, and dark imagery.

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    1. originally appeared on:Bookshelf ConfessionsSuburban Prophets , an adventure-story about ghost-hunting and its consequencesI enjoyed a good fright and anticipation as to what the characters might discover next in their explorationsI still shiver when at the end of the book, I realized their previous encounters and what it really meantWell, I guess, this book serves as a warning to all those who seek inhuman things to be prepared for what evil it might bring to them. and that there are a lot of D [...]

    2. It might be because I'm not a junior high boy, nor a college male, but I didn't really get this book.It felt like it was full of in-jokes that was on the outside of. I found it confusing at times.I did like the pictures but I didn't like how inconsistent the chapter titles were - for example, chapter two having a name but chapter 1 not having one.

    3. I got this from giveaway.didn't like the book enough to finish it. (Spoiler Alert) Someone blows up and it's hardly mentioned again? Everyone acts like it didn't happenally?

    4. Ugh, this book was boring. The plot was poor, the characters weak and there was far too much unnecessary waffle. ** I received this free of charge through First-Reads **

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