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  1. says:

    45 stars Dear Mr PolitoI'm in love with your book And I don't care if and how many personsreaderswhatever can like to share this opinion with

  2. says:

    Drama ueers by Frank Anthony Polito is a follow up to his premier publication Band Fags In his first novel Polito intruduce

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    I'll admit that I liked his first book better but I did enjoy this one What struck me the most about Polito's second book was how he captured the voice of Brad There is such a distinction between Brad the narrator of this book and Jack the narrator of Band Fags that it feels like two different people wrote these books To me that shows talent from a really good writer After the joy I had from reading Band Fags

  4. says:

    Ugh I found the main character to be totally unlikeable and I really didn't give a damn what he did one way or another That was my main problem with this The other big problem for me was that he was constantly talking about this movie or that sometimes for a really long time totally interrupting whatever momentum

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    Bradley Dayton Bad Fag Drama ueer President of Thespian Troupe #4443 He’s gay Err He’s not a fag I mean he is butI wished I could appreciate this because it definitely reminds me of so much of my high school and my years in Colle

  6. says:

    The followup to Band Fags is essentially the same story except set against the backdrop of a high school drama department The humor and pop culture references are still there and just as strong and lighthearted as they were in Polito's previous books but there's a case of been there done that that makes the book feel a

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    Very strong 80s' voice and distinct first person character voicetook some time to get used to since there were SO many names flying around and descriptions felt like I was reading a million a mileWhat I would reread all the parts with the sopho the parts that revolve around the plays A Christmas Carol Grease the references of 80s films Grease 2 anyone? the ending which is so heartfelt and bittersweetWhat I wou

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    Review from the PFS Book ClubWhat I Liked Well I liked the original book in this series enough to try out the seuel And while there is a similar style and some of my favorite characters recur here this book is almost too like original take Even the two main character's voices are nearly the same But if you hadn't read the other book then you wouldn't know thatThat being said I think anyone who has done high school theatre can at

  9. says:

    We first met Bradley Dayton in Frank Anthony Polito’s first novel Band Fags which I read and wrote about here This book isn’t e

  10. says:

    The book is about Brad I remember Brad when I first read Band Fags a few years ago I recall not liking his character that much Somehow although Band Fags was so good that I had to grab the copy of Drama ueers I did

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review ã eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Frank Anthony Polito

Drama ueers

Ever since Mrs Malloy assigned us the What I Want To Be When I Grow Up paper earlier that year in her 1st hour English my mind had been made up I Bradley James Dayton will be a famous actor someday Meet Bradley Dayton a wickedly funny high school senior whose woefully uncool life always seems to be full of drama even in the sorry little suburb of Hazel Park Michigan It's 1987 the era of big hair designer jeans and Dirty Dancing George Michael has Faith and Michael Jackson still has a nose Brad on the other hand has a thing for acting and while his fri. I ll admit that I liked his first book better but I did enjoy this one What struck me the most about Polito s second book was how he captured the voice of Brad There is such a distinction between Brad the narrator of this book and Jack the narrator of Band Fags that it feels like two different people wrote these books To me that shows talent from a really good writer After the joy I had from reading Band Fags Drama ueers felt like visiting a place I d already been The bulk of this story takes place during the estrangement period from the first book where Brad and Jack weren t hanging out any It is interesting to see how both boys viewed certain events as shown in both stories sometimes assumptions are made and neither boy sees it correctly I think the stories are best read back to back in order to catch all the nuances of both narrationsThere are some fun moments in Drama ueers and once again some great 80 s pop culture references Polito is a fantastic writer and I look forward to his next story

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Senior year ends Brad will know about love lust and friendship than he ever thought possible Because if all the world's a stage he's ready to be in the spotlight Praise for Frank Polito and Band Fags This is a love letter to a time when happiness was a pair of Calvin Klein jeans and every heartbreak could be fixed by listening to your Bonnie Tyler or REO Speedwagon albums Michael Thomas Ford author of What We Remember A sweet funny deeply felt valentine to the wonderhorror of coming of age in the 1980's Dennis Hensley author of Misadventures in the 2. Review from the PFS Book ClubWhat I Liked Well I liked the original book in this series enough to try out the seuel And while there is a similar style and some of my favorite characters recur here this book is almost too like original take Even the two main character s voices are nearly the same But if you hadn t read the other book then you wouldn t know thatThat being said I think anyone who has done high school theatre can at least appreciate this story It s a story of learning who you are and why the most talented people don t always succeed in their artistic professions It s a hard lesson to learn but a valuable oneWhat I Didn t Like This book felt like fluff And not in the good wayThere was something either hurried or incomplete about it The first book had the same problem but it didn t have the lack of structure that makes this book so unfulfilling In fact since the plotlines for both books run concurrently this book s ending is the same as the first I won t spoil it here But in the first book the ending felt earned in a way that it isn t hereThe structure and the narrative voice simply wander too much Chapters jump around in time and there are constant allusions to 80 s nostalgia but it doesn t feel needed or in my case wanted at all Sure I m not a child of the 80 s but just like I don t know as much about music as Nick Hornby I can still enjoy the allusions he uses and learn something Here I felt like the allusions were too kitsch and unneeded especially when they interrupt the story s flow for pages at a timeAlso while I understand that the books are both based off the author s life and his real friends there needed to be of a character arc and resolution for not only the main character but for some of the minor characters too There s literally zero secondary character development in this book making the main character who narrates the book read like a self centered jerk And his one true love A bit too perfect if you ask meLast Thought Unless you love books about the 80 s gay teens or drama nerds skip it

review ã eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Frank Anthony Polito

Ends are trying to get laid Brad's trying to land the lead in Okla homo and practicing the Jane Seymour monologue from Somewhere in Time Sure he'd like to get laid too but while Brad has known he was gay forever the rest of Hillbilly High is not so forthcoming Brad's already lost one best friend Jack who dropped out of marching band to step into the closet But lately things are looking up Not only has Brad made Homecoming Top Five but Richie a new totally cute member of drama club definitely seems to be sending signals and he's not the only one Before. Ugh I found the main character to be totally unlikeable and I really didn t give a damn what he did one way or another That was my main problem with this The other big problem for me was that he was constantly talking about this movie or that sometimes for a really long time totally interrupting whatever momentum had been built up If I wanted to know the plot of a movie I would ve looked it up or shock WATCHED THE MOVIE The lengthy 80 s movie discussion was totally unnecessary Though maybe he was trying to distract us from the fact that there s not really anything of substance here

  • 352
  • Drama ueers
  • Frank Anthony Polito
  • en
  • 03 August 2019
  • 9780758231642

About the Author: Frank Anthony Polito

Band Fags 2008 “Best Fiction” – InsightOut Book Club and