sexta-feira, 21 de fevereiro de 2014

[Crítica] The Spectacular Now, de Tim Tharp

The Spectacular NowThe Spectacular Now by Tim Tharp
My rating: 3 of 5 stars


SUTTER KEELY. HE’S the guy you want at your party. He’ll get everyone dancing. He’ ll get everyone in your parents’ pool. Okay, so he’s not exactly a shining academic star. He has no plans for college and will probably end up folding men’s shirts for a living. But there are plenty of ladies in town, and with the help of Dean Martin and Seagram’s V.O., life’s pretty fabuloso, actually.

Until the morning he wakes up on a random front lawn, and he meets Aimee. Aimee’s clueless. Aimee is a social disaster. Aimee needs help, and it’s up to the Sutterman to show Aimee a splendiferous time and then let her go forth and prosper. But Aimee’s not like other girls, and before long he’s in way over his head. For the first time in his life, he has the power to make a difference in someone else’s life—or ruin it forever.

Gostei do livro em geral. As personagens, contudo, pareceram-me um bocado irreais e parvas.
Vou ver o filme assim que puder, mas, pelo que vi no trailer, não estou com grandes expectativas.

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