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The Bad Decisions Playlist A Stranger Rolls Into Town, And Everything Changesespecially For Austin Methune, When The Stranger Turns Out To Be His Father, Presumed Dead, And His Father Turns Out To Be Shane Tucker, A Bigtime Musician Just The Role Austin Wants For Himself.Austin Has A Long History Of Getting Himself Into Trouble, With The Assistance Of Weed, Inertia, And Indifference And He S In Deep Trouble Now The Deepest Ever He S Talented, Though Maybe His Famous Father Will Help Him Turn His Life Around And Realize His Musical Dream.But Maybe Austin Has Inherited Than Talent From Shane, Who Also Does Drugs, Screws Up, And Drops Out.Austin Is A Tour Guide To His Own Bad Decisions And Their Consequences As He Is Dragged, Kicking And Screaming, Toward Adulthood.


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10 thoughts on “The Bad Decisions Playlist

  1. says:

    At sixteen, Austin in some ways is a pretty typical teenager He puts in his time at school, he has his pals, and he dabbles in some extracurriculars that could be construed as illegal He s also really into music In fact, he has scores and scores of half written songs The problem is that he just can t quite finish any of them.This is a metaphor of sorts for Austin He s half formed, and, in


  2. says:

    I am not one hundred percent sure I would have read this book if it hadn t have been for a review I d read that praised it Having finished it, I m a little sad to say I stand by that opinion, though my 2 stars isof a 2.75 really.I didn t like Austin at the beginning, I really didn t I thought he was foolish, another weed smoking idiot who didn t take anything seriously and in doing so often


  3. says:

    Austin s antics had me laughing and fuming Also crying a little bit.He doesn t get everything in the end, but he is a better person, and I believe the author made the right but tough decisions Because mostly Yeah, Austin s decisions were bad They cost Great book.


  4. says:

    3.5 Stars.Austin Methune is the worst and he knows it Not even self deprecatingly He makes bad decision after bad decision and never seems to understand that there are consequences and for that I hated him and I thought I was going to hate the book but I didn t What I loved about the book was the writing is well done so kudos to Michael Rubens There are some really great zingers in the book and


  5. says:

    I really liked this book.


  6. says:

    Austin s life gets turned upside down when the father that he s always thought was dead is actually alive and is a well known musician Austin is also a musician and has also made some bad decisions, but they seem to be getting worse as he struggles with this new knowledge and dealing with hi...


  7. says:

    I liked Austin He was a bit of an idiot at times, but what teen boy isn t Underneath he has a good heart and is doing his best to come to grips with a dad he never knew he had turning up, a girlfriend and all the other worries a young man has The adults here are not reliable and often not good role models, but I like that they haven t just been written off as hopeless We, like Austin, can see their fl


  8. says:

    I won an ARC of this book via a giveaway, and I m really glad that I did, because I m pretty sure I wouldn t have found it on my own It was such a fun read funny and quirky and interesting and realistic without getting all dark and edgeville The tone and voice of the book are both so great it feels ...


  9. says:

    Extremely cliche, but Austin, the main character, actually has to pay the price for his screwups and get his shit together in the end which is refreshing to see in an underdog story His antics were a bit frustrating at times why can t he just explain to his...


  10. says:

    2.5 Started well, kind of meandered off toward the end.


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