Sixteen-year-old Anthony serves up a comic menu of love, betrayal, and revenge after taking a job at the local burger joint. Now in paperback with a striking new. Burger Wuss. A comedy of romance and revenge, set in a burger restaurant. Anthony has never been able to stand up for himself — that is, not until his girlfriend. Burger Wuss by M. T. Anderson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
He wants to do “stuff” with his girl but doesn’t. It’s told from the point-of-view of a loser and I really appreciate that Anderson doesn’t try to transform him or save him, although there is a sense of burfer. Funny premise, kind of unrealistic, entertaining.
I was assuming it would be a little immature just because I had judged the book by the cover. Summery of first part of story: Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Sep 18, Allison Morgan rated it did not like it Shelves: It begins with getting a job at the fast-food restaurant where his nemesis happens to be a star employee. He makes out with a dudes girl when he already has a girl. On the first part of the story, there is a guy named Anthony and he meets a girl named Diana and starts falling in love with her of about she is so perfect for him.
I think it’s highly true that “we read to know we are not alone,” and I didn’t find any of these characters true to life at all.
Anthony is what most would call a wuss. I think they I like M. I read the book Burger wuss by MT. Quotes from Burger Wuss. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Be the first to discover new talent! Preview — Burger Wuss by M.
Burger Wuss by M.T. Anderson
Matthew Tobin Anderson M. Burrger love the way their heads are exploding with all the things they want to say and do. He got invited to a party but he had to work late. It read so phony and burter highly, highly irritating. Here are adolescent flailings in all their true messiness. Anderson has a keen ear for teen dialogue, and the words sound genuine. This book addresses subjects like bullying, sex, adolescenc This book is about a kid, Anthony, who is an awkward adolescent who gets dumped by his girlfriend, Diana.
Burger Wuss by M. I think they were suppose to be quirky, but they didn’t ring true at all, like the skillful way in which John Green creates compelling, unique characters. I didn’t really like this book. Awash in the churning acidic sea of teenage angst and insecurities, the book is at times annoying, heartrending, funny and chaotic.
Then Anthony vows revenge and devises a Plan.
After he got off work he went to a place with the guy and he got beat up. The Search for TK. But every writer and every project is different. There was a problem adding your email address. Dec 21, Lesley rated it really liked it Shelves: And on and on it goes. The book starts with a boy getting an interview for a job at O’Dermots which is the books version of Mc.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Language and graphic imagery made this book hard to get through, wkss well as the stupidity of the main character, Anthony. Then the next thing is forever. The author was not descriptive about how the characters acts, looks, and feels.
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Some mild sexual content and themes more suited to older teens. It didn’t read true to me at all. He then goes into a flashback about how he had an amazing girlfriend who he did everything with.
I didn’t believe the whole infatuation with Diana the ex-girlfriend Wus had barely met her before they were already breaking up because she was cheating on him. That’s basically it for her. Stay in Touch Sign up. I just could not get enough of this book.
Sep 12, Pages Young Adult Buy. This is a laugh-out-loud funny book. I deducted half a star because, despite the wonderful writing and character development, there was a always a certain amount of distance between me and the main character.