Pete Hautman ( ebook / PDF ) Road Tripped

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Ed him and skipped town What does he have left to stick around for Armed with his mom’s credit card and a tourist map of Great River Road Stiggy sets off in his dad’s carThe only. Fact I m a sucker for road trip stories And this one starts and ends in Minnesota which is like my second home It s written in a very easy style with fast pacing and it deals with a heavy topic without making it feel heavy or depressing All in all a good uick read

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Road Tripped

Problem is life on his own isn’t exactly what he expected and soon enough he finds himself at a crossroads keep running from his demons or let them hitch a ride back home with him. Road Tripped is a complex story of suicide anger and self discovery The plot is told not in a linear seuence but rather with plenty of flashback scenes mixed in with the presentStiggy s father has recently died and he is trying to move on from that incident Yet he also finds himself struggling in school keeping a civil relationship with his mother and retaining friends Within a short time Stiggy can no longer stand being in his home town and decides to leaveHowever this isn t just a somber tale I found myself laughing at many of Stiggy s misfortunes and the absurd characters he met in his journey Coincidentally I happened to take this novel on my vacation and perhaps that is why I enjoyed it so much I read so much of this book in the car or in the cabin that it almost felt as though I were taking this trip with the main characterReading other reviews some complained that the plot felt misguided but I uite enjoyed it At only seventeen years old the main character is alone and confused with nowhere to really go He hadn t thought out his exodus nearly enough before embarking so yes he does wander a bitBut for me it was about how the story was told and the contents of it that I loved Really the only disappointment came at the ending I wanted a stronger conclusion a finale to this grand tale Instead the story wrapped up far too uickly and Stiggy just sort of walked off sceneRead my full review at

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Steven Gerald Gabel aka Stiggy needs to get out of Minnesota His father recently took his own life his mother is a shell of the person she used to be and his sort of girlfriend ghost. Adventurous little road trip full of figuring out life Great YA Read


10 thoughts on “Road Tripped

  1. says:

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  2. says:

    Roadtripped by Pete Hautman is about a crazy kid named Stiggy He doesn’t have the best life but decides to take a crazy trip to find his ex girlfriend She decided to ghost him and moving so he wants to figure out why This story takes a ton of turns where you meet a crazy amount of characters Each one crazier than the next This wasn’t one of my favorites but it wasn’t the worst ⁣⁣

  3. says:

    Adventurous little road trip full of figuring out life Great YA Read

  4. says:

    Thanks so much to Simon and Schuster and Netgalley for providing me with an ARC of this book long sigh I really thought this was going somewher

  5. says:

    Soyou’re telling me that Stiggy had to go on a road trip just to figure out that he is an a hole and that’s why he has no friends?I don’t

  6. says:

    Fact I'm a sucker for road trip stories And this one starts and ends in Minnesota which is like my second home It's writte

  7. says:

    Self absorbed white teen learns a few important lessons about kindness respect and thinking beyond his own needs while road trippingDifficult but important self growth

  8. says:

    Road Tripped is a complex story of suicide anger and self discovery The plot is told not in a linear seuence but rather with plenty of flashback scenes mixed in with the presentStiggy’s father has recently died and he is trying to move on from that incident Yet he also finds himself struggling in school keeping

  9. says:

    Road Tripped was a warning to meStiggy was the kind of person who is so un self aware that any hinting of a flaw in him confuses him I do unders

  10. says:

    The only reason I did not DNF this book was because I liked the format and the writing style But the overarching feeling I had while reading this book was three things First I hate the names he gave them what kind of name is Stiggy? Second why was this written? Third how is this character not an irredeemable jerk

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