The Day the Words Went Away

Have you ever wondered why popular books keep giving us the same tired plot lines over and over again Peter sure does He has a theory that there are simply no original ideas left in the world To prove his hunch right, he makes a bet with his best friend, Andy Together, along with the girl of his dreams and his best friend s wife, they set out on a zany adventure thHave you ever wondered why popular books keep giving us the same tired plot lines over and over again Peter sure does He has a theory that there are simply no original ideas left in the world To prove his hunch right, he makes a bet with his best friend, Andy Together, along with the girl of his dreams and his best friend s wife, they set out on a zany adventure that includes escaping the clutches of an illegal street racing crew, a terrorist attempt, one creepy morgue attendant, and a near death experience at the wheel of a well known celebrity.Will Peter find out why all of the words went away or will this unlikely foursome just prove he is a terrible writer
The Day the Words Went Away Have you ever wondered why popular books keep giving us the same tired plot lines over and over again Peter sure does He has a theory that there are simply no original ideas left in the world To prove

  • Title: The Day the Words Went Away
  • Author: Christina Escamilla
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Day the Words Went Away”

    1. I received this book for free through a First Reads Giveaway Okay so The Day the Words Went Away was definitely different for me. I mainly read YA so it was interesting to get into more of an adult novel. There were some aspects of the book that I liked, like all the pop culture references, and then there were some that just didn't work for me personally as a reader. Though I did still find some parts funny, it didn't have me laughing as much as I expected it to. I think this book just wasn't r [...]

    2. I was debating getting this book from Half Price Books when I saw it was a free book in the Kindle Unlimited program so I downloaded it. I'm hoping the author had a point and wrote completely satirically. Either way, I just couldn't enjoy it. Between all the half baked characters and the explosive drama plot points, I didn't really feel like I was reading a story with a strong arc. I'm glad it was free and easy to read. I only read it through for that reason.

    3. Reviewed by: SandraRating: 4.5 starsMember of Livin' la vida latinaReview: Peter has a problem: he has a hard time writing something that doesn’t suck. It’s a lot more difficult than it seems, especially when everything has been done to death. Without that best-selling novel, he won’t be able to make all those millions. So how does he end up making a living?“…well…I’m running an academic paper mill…Some people may take the moral high road on this. Thos people would find the thoug [...]

    4. Aside from the fact that I had part in editing this book, I think the story itself was witty and fun. Christina's humor is probably not for everyone, but I really enjoyed getting to know her characters, getting lost in their misadventures, and laughing at their antics. This book is a quick, funny, and light-hearted read, with a touch of suspense. It's well worth the price. Rumor has it book two is in the works. :)

    5. (spoilers free) I received my copy by a Giveaway (the first book I've ever won in my life yay)At first I wasn't so sure about it. I don't know, it didn't appeal to me that much, but then it became more interesting and I couldn't stop reading! It's the perfect reading for your spare time or if you are on holidays like me. Totally hilarious. My congrats to the writer and thanks for giving me the oportunity to read this amazing book!

    6. It was a very thought-provoking story.I also wondered why most of the books I have read always seem to have very similar plots and wondered if there were any new ideas. It was very clever how the author incorporated so many plots in one book without boring us with too many details. It was a very refreshing, different type of writing. I won this book through the contest

    7. This was a breezy read based on a good plot. It reminded me of The Neverending Story. It is mostly an adventure with a romance or two thrown in. The author keeps your interest until the end of the book. The end leaves room for a possible sequel, which I would love to read.I received this book in a giveaway but that has not impacted my review.

    8. This book is absolutely hilarious! Some of the situations the friends find themselves in are so peculiar and outrageous I couldn't help but laugh. I really enjoyed Peter's character. He's likable with so many adorable quirks, but my favorite character is Angie. Talk about a fiery Latina! Very well written, I'd recommend this to anyone in need of some good adult laughs.

    9. Reading this book is like going on a hike with the characters from the Big Bang Theory or the I.T. Crowd.Read full review in the 2015 July/August issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    10. I received this book from the Goodread's Giveaway and I loved it! It's so funny and I love the references about modern culture like GoT or Dexter. Can't wait to read an another book from this author!

    11. This book would be a good read for a 14 yr. old boy. Pretty silly story. Would not recommend it to my adult friends.

    12. Funny, light, and different! I really enjoyed this second novel by Christina Escamilla. She has easily become one of my favorite authors.

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