I Have a Bad Feeling about This by Jeff StrandWilderness Survival Tip #1
Drinking your own sweat will not save your life. Somebody might have told you that, but they were trying to find out if youd really do it.
Henry Lambert would rather play video games than spend time in the great outdoors--but that doesnt make him a wuss. Skinny nerd? Fine. But wuss is a little harsh. Sadly, his dad doesnt agree. Which is why Henry is being shipped off to Strongwoods Survival Camp.
Strongwoods isnt exactly as advertised. It looks like the victim of a zombie apocalypse, the camp director is a psycho drill sergeant, and Henrys sure he saw a sign written in blood...
Wilderness Survival Tip #2
In case of an avalanche, dont despair. Youre doomed, but thats a wicked cool death.
Wilderness Survival Tip #3
If youre relying on this book for actual survival tips, youre dead already.
Praise for Jeff Strands A Bad Day For Voodoo:
A delightfully ludicrous read.--School Library Journal
Just the thing for teen wiseacres.--Booklist
[A] free-wheeling dark comedy that starts off running and doesnt stop until all plausibility is exhausted. Sam Raimi fans should eat it up.--Publishers Weekly
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Best Summary: 12 Rules for Life, by Jordan Peterson
Lowry narrates The Giver in third person "He said," as opposed to "I said," which is called first person , using a limited omniscient viewpoint only Jonas' thoughts and feelings are revealed. Through Jonas' eyes, his community appears to be a utopia — a perfect place — that is self-contained and isolated from Elsewhere, every other place in the world. No evidence of disease, hunger, poverty, war, or lasting pain exists in the community. Jonas' family, like all other families in the community, includes a caring mother and father and two children — one male child and one female child. Jonas' mother has an important job with the Department of Justice, and his father has a job as a Nurturer, taking care of newborns. Jonas has one younger sister, Lily. His family seems ideal.
That places readers in the opening night of a film based on the book. I have a bad feeling about this book summary. In this story, Strand tells us about Henry Lambert, a skinny 16 year. He puts his own unique sense of humor in his stories. More zombies, fewer zombies, no zombies at all, some other paranormal beings, or just goons with guns?
Read the full comprehensive summary at Shortform. Most humans crave order and meaning in existence, to deal with the terrifying uncertainty of the world. For much of history religion served this function eg being a servant of God. But as secularism rises, a void remains that is filled by nihilism and empty ideologies. Peterson believes that there is real meaning and good in existence. Look at it this way - if real evil exists human suffering, especially inflicted by other humans , then good is the opposite of this - it is preventing evil from happening. You should therefore conduct your life to produce good.
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Cancel anytime. Rusty Moss has raised his niece Mia since she was a baby. Now that she's almost 18, he's worried that the life he's given her - living off the grid in a cabin deep in the woods - is holding her back from her full potential. But that angst gets pushed aside when the undead forest animals arrive. At first it's just a squirrel - shockingly violent and almost impossible to kill. Followed by a grizzly bear, also aggressive and resilient, even when point-blank shotgun blasts to the face are involved.
Nerds have been treated the same for centuries. None of it good. I can only personally vouch for half of my own current century. However, I feel reasonably certain that Archimedes was familiar with the wedgie. I also feel just a little less reasonably sure that Jeff Strand knows something about wedgies. Henry might best be called a wimpy kid if not a nerd. He is a smart and likeable kid…whatever that gets you in the childhood food chain.