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How You Ruined My Life by Jeff Strand
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How You Ruined My Life (edition 2018)

by Jeff Strand (Author)

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A new hilarious novel from the author of The Greatest Zombie Movie EverandStranger Things Have Happened. Rod's life doesn't suck. If you ask him, it's pretty awesome. He may not be popular, but he and his best friends play in a band that has a standing gig. Yeah, it's Monday night and they don't get paid, but they can turn the volume up as loud as they want. And Rod's girlfriend is hot, smart, and believes in their band--believes in Rod. Aside from a winning lottery ticket, what more could he ask for? Answer: A different cousin. When Rod's scheming, two-faced cousin Blake moves in for the semester, Rod tries to keep calm. Blake seems to have everyone else fooled with good manners and suave smile, except Rod knows better. Blake is taking over his room, taking over his band, taking over his life! But Rod's not about to give up withouta fight. Game on. May the best prankster win...… (more)
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Title:How You Ruined My Life
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Strandis funny and as long as that's all you are looking for this is fills the bill.Rod has a good life until his cousin Blake moves in and becomes his "Eddie Haskell." Lots o' humor about class differences (Rod is working class, Blake is upper). The jokes get a bit old as the plot progresses and, of course, the book ends with grudging mutual admiration. Nonetheless in an era of sad/dramatic books Strand is a breath of fresh air about normal boys. ( )
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