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Trouble Plus Trouble.

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Peter, a sixteen year old Year Eleven student, finds his new High School very different to the one he left.
The people are different and some of the happenings are very different.

Copyright © 2011 Palantir; All Rights Reserved.

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Timothy M.

· Edited by Timothy M.

   4 of 4 members found this review helpful 4 / 4 members

If you’ve never read any of Palantir’s stories Trouble is a good place to start. Palantir has a style all of his own, easily recognizable by the bantering dialogue, the casual approach to nudity and friendly sex, the disdain for bullies, and the way he makes you laugh at the absurd images forming in your mind as you read.

Peter is a serious, introvert bookworm with no siblings or close friends. Being teased (or ‘stirred’ as Palantir calls it) isn’t something he’s used to or understands. But then Andy and his friends enter Peter’s life and change it completely. They spend a lot of time ‘stirring’ each other, and while it made me cringe at first, just as Peter does, I gradually got used to it and even appreciated the fun and the good intentions.

Almost every single character in the story is portrayed in a realistic manner, so we forget the author is creating an ideal world, where good triumphs over evil, jocks can do ‘gay stuff’ playfully, and friendship and love are driving forces in our lives.

This review is a shorter version of a Featured Story blog review.

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