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Jack is a twenty-two year old party boy that can't hold down a job to save his life. He curses, he gambles, he drinks excessively and his best friend Barry is no better. He has two weeks to find a job before his father kicks him out of the house once-and-for-all and even though he's heard that before, this time he actually believes it.

Will Jack land a job or will he get dr
ebook, 220 pages
Published February 18th 2010 by Createspace
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Andrew Adamz
May 21, 2012 Andrew Adamz rated it really liked it
My friend showed me this book on his Kindle a few days ago and after reading a few pages I'm pretty sure that the author has been following me around for the past month. This book is almost too true to be not the direct cause of a strange man writing everything I do down into it a cute little memoir about how cool it is to not give a crap about anything and to get drunk all the time and break shit and yeah! BEER!!!
May 30, 2012 Rachelle rated it liked it

The life story of an alcoholic 22 yr old who screws around evrything.
Jorge Navarro
This book is incredibly immature but I guess that's what I liked about it. The man character 'Jack' is a raging alcoholic trying to figure out his life, bouncing from job to job with no real future in sight. Funny, that's what I felt like when I was his age. I guess most kids that age feel lost and with today's youth drinking more than ever I guess this book is a real insight into today's teenagers and young adults that didn't attend college or get any real form of education. Anyway, this book ...more
Carrie Moore
Aug 12, 2012 Carrie Moore rated it really liked it
i met this author about a year ago at a party in the city and his actions were pretty much like this book. he was a kind of lovable ahole and maybe that affected the way I viewed his book when I read it but it wasnt bad at all. he should write another or something else. althought i did not very much enjoy the ending. it was violent and i did his kill his father???? a different ending would have been nice LOL maybe he can write one just for me.

ill ask him if i run into him again
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This book sucks but I enjoyed it. Go figure. Now I need a beer haha
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Justin Qwits grew up during the 90's in a small town in northern New Jersey and is the oldest of two children. Like most young writers, and old writers for that matter, this kid enjoys hitting the sauce on an almost nightly basis. Some might say "If it wasn't for the booze the words would cease to flow and the creative juices would suffer and die." That somebody was Justin Qwits. Now although he ...more
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