: Double Feature: Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Audio Edition): Brent Hartinger, Josh Hurley, Vanessa Johansson, Audible Studios: Books. Double Feature: Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies/Bride of the It’s a horror-movie extravaganza in this companion to Brent Hartinger’s. Book 3 in the Russel Middlebrook Series, Winner of the Lambda Book AwardIt’s a horror movie extravaganza in the second sequel to Brent Hartinger’s.
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Double Feature: Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies/Bride of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies
I liked this technique employed by the author as I felt it was true to life in how we all are not completely honest in recounting stories that deal with strong emotions particulary when they involve love and heartbreak. It didn’t seem to push the plot much further either. My only problem with her half and unfortunately it’s kind of significant is that so much of the first half is repeated, some of it verbatim, even down to their general thoughts.
Russel’s coming-out to his parents is believable, as they confront him, he skirts around the issue, and they react far worse than any of his expectations.
About Brent Hartinger Brent Hartinger is an author, teacher, playwright, and screenwriter. Being a double feature, this also includes Min’s version of events and what goes on with her at the time but I’m concentrating on Russel. Can’t wait for lots more of this type. Kevin who is within kissing distance featrue still hot as sin. Alligators Overhead by C. I really like how the stories are so interwoven yet don’t feel like you’re reading the same story twice because their thoughts brejt experiences are so different.
This is more about Russell and his friends than about the zombie movie they’re participating in. Which was so fucking good! December 18, Whispersync for Voice: This series is very good. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. AmazonBook Depository In a If you read them separately, even though the plotlines are different, there will be spoilers Featufe loved this book like I have the other two books in the Geography Featuer series, but I do have one suggestion for those reading it; don’t read one story first and read another second.
I feel like this book should have been put in that order in the first place and specifying whose point of view it was on each chapter, as that would have seemed way more organized and not given everything away. I can’t say the same about Min’s POV. I also had some trouble organizing events on the same timeline with Russ and Hartknger stories given separately.
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Aug 10, Becky Condit rated it really liked it. Brent Hartinger is my favorite writer of queer-themed YA fiction for a reason. I wish I’d had this to read in high school. Michael is also a writer, the author of two terrific gay westerns, Frontiers, and its sequel, Firelands.
On the other hand, I’ve hartinver been fond of the GLBT community and media’s insistence that if one partner isn’t out to everyone, it’s horrible, bad and wrong because everyone should shout from the hills that they are gay, gay, gay, even at their workplace or the supermarket or their racist grandma’s.
Read more by and about Brent, or contact him at www. But it was only called this because they were involved in being extras in a zombie movie. This allows you to see the characters in a new light as you get a real background of their lives to develop them as people. This book did not disappoint.
When Min meets Leah, she has to decide if this girl, the girl she might be in love with, is worth having a hidden relationship, something Min never wants to do again. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.
However, I do see why the book was turned into two ministories; because in both sides’ first chapters, it’s supposed to signify that Russel and Min have two very different experiences throughout their time working as extras on the movie even though it turns out in the end it wasn’t too different after allbut I don’t think that publishing it that way made it flow very well.
She not only benefits from Gunnar’s insights, but also from talks with her mother – her parents have a completely different take on Min’s sexuality than Russel’s. Old friends return, and we get to meet new people, not all welcome.
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She wasn’t nearly as fun as Russel, or her appearances as a non-narrator had been and in fact I didn’t really find her characterization or writing convincing.
There is also some things that are revealed when you read the second book. I don’t want to give spoilers but the story takes a solid nosedive after the slight fall that was experienced in this book from the previous ones. I like here more now. I’m jealous that Russel has two suitors to choose from when my love life is literally a tumbleweed rolling across the desert.
Preview — Double Feature by Brent Hartinger. Russel and Min’s separate stories affect each other in surprising ways — and you’ll have to read both books together to find out the whole story. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. In the second book, Bride of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies, Min struggles to accept her cheerleader girlfriend’s decision to stay in the closet.
I will admit that I always hate multi narrator stories. Hartinger makes clever use of the fact that no two people live through — or recall — shared events the same way. I too am used to thinking of my parents as right; it’s ingrained into us as children.
D I really like Russ and Otto!
My library Help Advanced Book Search. The book stands alone, but you can get more out of it if you read the first two books in the series, Geography Club, and The Order of the Poinson Oak. And in the style of old-fashioned horror flicks, the book is a double bill. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. It’s a horror-movie extravaganza in this, the second sequel to Brent Hartinger’s gay teen classic, “Geography Club. I really liked getting to hear from Min.
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