[[ PDF ]] ✑ Bully Author Penelope Douglas – Tanitiyor.us

[[ PDF ]] ✑ Bully Author Penelope Douglas – Tanitiyor.us
  • Kindle Edition
  • 337 pages
  • Bully
  • Penelope Douglas
  • English
  • 26 March 2019

BullyMy Name Is TateHe Doesn T Call Me That, Though He Would Never Refer To Me By A Friendly Nickname No, He Ll Barely Even Speak To Me But He Still Won T Leave Me Alone.We Were Best Friends Once Then He Turned On Me And Made It His Mission To Ruin My Life I Ve Been Humiliated, Shut Out, And Gossiped About All Through High School His Pranks And Rumors Got Worse As Time Wore On, And I Made Myself Sick Trying To Stay Out Of His Way I Even Went To France For A Year, Just To Avoid Him.But I M Done Hiding From Him Now, And There S No Way In Hell I Ll Allow Him To Ruin Another Year He Might Not Have Changed, But I Have It S Time To Fight Back.

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10 thoughts on “Bully

  1. says:

    I am conducting what I m shelving as a New Adult NA Experiment I m going to work my way through some of the popular New Adult books and see if I can weed out the crap and hopefully find some surprising gems Here s hoping Dear book,I was ready to like this book I was ready to be forgiving of the small negatives I was ready to make excuses for it, try and justify the bad and pretend the good overshadowed it I don t even remember the last time I wanted to like a book this much Despite what you may think from my reactions to most books in the NA experiment, I don t just spend my time looking for things to bitch and moan about in these books I m looking for the NA books which are different and actually tell a good story, even if it is a romance This book s description didn t sound like the others that are all virtually identical So, I wanted to love it I really tried But I couldn t There were too many things The negatives were flying at me on every page and, after a while, I couldn t ignore them Which is sad We started on reasonably good terms I really liked the idea of the book for two reasons 1 I wanted to see how the author handled the subject of bullying and 2 I was intrigued by the promise of a bully being turned into someone we could love The book ...

  2. says:

    Bully was a wonderfully addictive read that kept my heart racing from start to finish I could not put it down 5 stars He loves me He loves me not He loves me He loves me notJared and Tate grew up next door to each other Jared was sweet, generous and friendly and they were the best and closest of friends But not any The kid who had held her hand through the pain of losing her mother, who had climbed trees with her, and who had snuck over for sleepovers was gone and now he seemed to live solely to torment her Every party we go to, or every time I relax at school, there s some prank or embarrassment to ruin it The title of this book did not lie The hero genuinely was a bully in the first part of the book and to be honest, I wasn t sure how I was ever going to fall for him He was mean Not like violent or abusive or anything, but the things he said and did were genuinely hurtful and unkind Even after everything he d done, part of me still missed that boy who was my waking thought and constant companion as a kid But that Jared was gone now In his place was a sour...

  3. says:

    Thank you to EVERYONE who has left reviews and messaged with feedback Truly As a new author who had no connections and no network, I cannot tell you how much your support has meant It has been a wonderful year and a half since Bully s...

  4. says:

    3 Stars I have very mixed emotions about this book.While I liked this book for the most and was captivated by the author s realistic portrayal of bullying, I must admit, this book left me with mixed feeling Bullying is a real life problem and I felt the author did a great job showcasing its powerful ability to hurt the human soul while at the same time showing the resilience of the human spirit For me, though, this book had some undeniable stumbling blocks This story was too Young Adult for my personal tastes And while I felt Tate s character was well fleshed out, richly developed and multilayered, the rest of the cast of characters, including Jared, for me at least, seem at times one dimensional There was a lack of character development and character depth to them They seemed to be locked into the scripted roles they were assigned Because of that, I found it difficult to sympathize with Jared s plight and the reasons for his atrocious behavior once it was finally revealed or, for that matter, to understand why Tate was so willing to forgive and forget all he d done to her when he finally changed his actions Sadly, I was never given enough reasons to fully like Jared s character All in all, I m glad I read this book If you enjoy the Young Adult New Adult genre then you will than likely LOVE this story Considering the charac...

  5. says:

    Re read 11 11 16 Was talking about this book the other day with blog wife Maria and felt like a re read 5 HUGE Asshole StarsI REALLY enjoyed this book Now, I know bullying is a serious and highly sensitive issue And I m not downplaying that or tying to make light of that I am speaking about this strictly as a 30 something, non impressionable ADULT reading a work of complete fucking fiction So I m not going to get into any social commentary regarding this books portrayal of bullying and all its evil My review is from an entertainment aka how un put downable was it standpoint only And this shit floated, people In other words, I was totally absorbed aka otherwise rendered completely useless in my normal life until I finished this story Jared was such a magnetic character.And I loved him He was mysterious and alpha and a TOTAL ASSHOLE And I m always a sucker for those...

  6. says:

    5 Stars I had loved Jared once, but now I knew, without a doubt, that my Jared was gone. God This book I mean, THIS BOOK Words fail me to describe just how much I loved this I ve had this in my kindle for what feels like ages since I got it as a freebie way back in 2013 I ve seen it making the rounds on Goodreads and for some reason I still hadn t read it If I can kick my own ass for not reading this sooner, I would, because this book This book reminded me about all the reasons why I fell in love with New Adult romance to begin with And I m not talking about the manufactured angst, stupid decisions, at at times gratuitous sex scenes No I m talking that all encompassing feeling, just the right amount of gut wrenching angst, you hate but love the hero, and you want to high five the heroine kind of read It was like it was custom written just for me This is how bullies are made Jared will be a hero that every reader will love to hate I sure as hell did But as much as I wanted to hate him, I can t deny that I was always wondering what was buried right below the surface to make him act the way he did because you just knew there had to be something I have to say that Penelope Douglas did a phenomenal job with character development and that s what made the book as good as it was The characters were multi faceted and strongly de...

  7. says:

    First off, I admit I m a sucker for love hate stories And after reading the premise for Bully, I was super psyched to see where it would take me.Alas, I feel like I ve stepped into a trap.I ve come across a thousand FANFICTIONS that were so much better Hell, comparing it to that feels like an insult to fanfictions themselves But this is simply yet another blasted romance novel suffering from the new adult unoriginal cliche itis that s been circulating around and contaminating 80% of the contemporary books I ve read God, I believe this is the gazillionth time I m labeling a story as cliche which is making my limited vocabulary feel somewhat cliched but there s just no other way to put it when all these books turn out to be the same A pity, really, because I felt this storyline held so much potential.The central focus of Bully sticks with the relationship between our severely annoying protagonist, Tate and in case you were wondering, she s a she, and to further weird you out, her full name s actually TATUM I know, I know shakes head in exasperation A little advice to you authors out there if you re intending to pick an uncommon name for your main character, make sure you don t mix un common with un usual It serves to be highly distracting throughout the entire read, especially when you have these guys constantly popping in your head and her best friend turned life ruiner, Jared Two years int...

  8. says:

    4.5 Crazy good stars For her whole high school career, Tate has been bullied By one person in particular Jared Jared is Tate s neighbor and used to be Tate s best friend, but now, he isn t He is just someone who enjoys making her life hell I had loved Jared once, but now I knew, without a doubt, that my Jared was gone The worst part about it The summer before their freshman year of highschool, Jared went to stay with his dad When he came home, he was different He wanted nothing to do with Tate And she has no idea why Thats the worst feeling in the world To be that close to someone, to love them, and for them to start treating you terribly It s like she doesn t even know him any Tate goes to Europe for her whole junior year She sort of becomes her own while she is over there She comes home for her senior year, ready to start fresh She is determined to ignore Jared s antics, have a good year, and make the most of her last year of high school She is sick of all of Jared and his friend s crap She won t put up with it any Tate is feisty Strong willed Tough She was an awesome heroine And Jared Oh my Jared.This may make me seem a little craz...

  9. says:

    Bully, a debut by Penelope Douglas Broken, jaded sexy high school senior deals with the aftermath of having bullied a girl he can t forget You were my tempest, my thunder cloud, my tree in the downpour I loved all those things, and I loved you But now You re a fucking drought I thought that all the assholes drove German cars, but it turns out that pricks in Mustangs can still leave scars As the title would indicate this story is about bullying And as irked and disgusted I am about anyone, I repeat anyone, picking on someone who is weaker, I feel that there are different types of bullying When a boy likes a girl and picks on her is not the same as when a person is being targeted for being different, weak or not liked Bully is a boy likes girl story, but it does in no way condone bullying, on the contrary.Bully opens up with a Prologue at a party Tatum Brandt, Tate has decided to attend before her departure to study one year abroad It is revealed that Tate has been bullied all through high school by her neighbor and former friend Jared Trent Jared and his friends play on last prank on Tate only underscoring her relief to be leaving Thanks to Jared, my high school experience had been one long succession of rumors, pranks, tears, and disappoi...

  10. says:

    ____________________________________________ I like storms Thunder, torrential rain, puddles, wet shoes When the clouds roll in, I get filled with this giddy expectation Everything is beautiful in the rain Don t ask me why But it s like this whole other realm of opportunity I used to feel like a superhero, riding my bike over the dangerously slick roads, or maybe an Olympic athlete enduring rough trials to make it to the finish line ____________________________________________ This book shivered my pulse ____________________________________________ On sunny days, as a girl, I could still wake up to that thrilled feeling You made me giddy with expectation, just like a symphonic rainstorm You were a tempest in the sun, the thunder in a boring, cloudless sky I remember I d shovel in my breakfast as fast as I could, so I could go knock on your door We d play all day, only coming home for food and sleep We played hide and seek, you d push me on the swing, or we d climb trees Being your sidekick gave me a sense of home again ____________________________________________ This book...

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