Free Hit the Ground Stumbling AUTHOR Nate Gangelhoff

  • Paperback
  • 238
  • Hit the Ground Stumbling
  • Nate Gangelhoff
  • English
  • 02 October 2019
  • 9780981681313

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characters Hit the Ground Stumbling ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Hit The Ground Stumbling is a book about the author’s teenage friendship with a sullen troublemaker from a strict religious family named Rick Denton and the chaotic progression they both make into adulthood Rick went from being fed a diet of church and Christian Rock at the age of 13 to giving himself homemade satanic tattoos at the age of 15 From there he had stints in rehabs and mental institutes encounters with cops and drugs various botched robberies and the occ. A series of short stories revolving around the author s ascent from childhood to adulthood The evolution of friends introduction of weed and general juvenile mischief made for an interesting and memorable read Though vastly different than my own his childhood stories brought back many of my own memories that I d all but forgotten aboutOverall a uick and enjoyable book Highly recommended

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characters Hit the Ground Stumbling ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ueled games of Dungeons Dragons games at a young age to initial hapless attempts at shoplifting to Rick's strange slide into pseudo Satanism is touched on with an eye for the absurd Through the funny and weird and sometimes scary actions there's a story about a friendship forming and breaking about early age attempts at figuring out who you are and where you're going and about how seemingly minor throwaway decisions you make end up tracking you and setting your course. I did like the short stories It was a uick enjoyable read and I really enjoyed that it was from the teenagers point of view It did bring back some memories from my youth like feelings Mae West I'm No Angel pseudo Satanism is touched on with an eye for the absurd Through the funny and weird and sometimes scary actions there's a story about a friendship forming and breaking about early age attempts at figuring out who you are and where you're going and about how seemingly minor throwaway decisions you make end up tracking you and setting your course. I did like the short stories It was a uick enjoyable read and I really enjoyed that it was from the teenagers The Business Of Home Daycare point of view It did bring back some memories from my youth like feelings

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characters Hit the Ground Stumbling ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Asional runaway attempt across the country The book traces this progression of Rick’s through the years tries to figure out what happened and compares the experiences to the author’s own uneasy stumble into adulthoodAlthough the themes in the book are serious a number of the stories and anecdotes are humorous giving a entertaining less somber look at some of the painful awkward or just weird experiences of being a teenager Everything from ridiculous Mountain Dew f. I loved this Maybe it was the similarities to my adolescence minus all the drug stuff Maybe it was the fact that I liked You Idiot so much Maybe it was all the Twin Cities references Maybe it s that I really like OWTH Maybe it s the comforting feeling I get from reading collected zines the sloppiness the misspellings the DIYness or the fact that zines don t really exist in the same way they did when I was growing upBut whatever it was I blasted through this book and will most likely read it again soon