[BOOKS] ✬ Don't Get Caught By Kurt Dinan – Anguillais.us

Don't Get CaughtEbook Don T Get Caught Kurt Dinan Bystricepodhostynem.eu 10 00 Tonight At The Water Tower Tell No One Chaos ClubWhen Max Receives A Mysterious Invite From The Untraceable, Epic Prank Pulling Chaos Club, He Has To Ask Why Him After All, He S Mr 2.5 GPA, Mr No Social Life He S Just Max And His Favorite Heist Movies Have Taught Him This Situation Calls For Rule 4 Be Suspicious But It S Also His One Shot To Leave Just Max In The DustYeah, Not So Much Max And Four Fellow Students Who Also Received Invites Are Standing On The Newly Defaced Water Tower When Campus Security Catches Them Definitely A Setup And This Time, Max Has Had Enough It S Time For Rule 7 Always Get Payback.Let The Prank War Begin.

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    to celebrate the release date, the author sent me a finished copy with one of the best inscriptions ever it s been a long time since a gentleman compared me to his genitals well, compared me favorably at least buy this book TODAY.this book is just so much fun.full disclosure an author friend of mine asked me to read this because he is himself friends with the author of this book and i m all overwhelmed here because i have been way too greedy with netgalley and accepting offered books but i said okay, at least it looks like a quick read and it was but mostly because i just couldn t put it down i started it on the train going home to help my dad move and i was pretty close to finishing it by the end of the ride and i was like nooooooo i need to finish it NOW i was willing to ride in an uncomfortable train seat for many miles just to finish this book, which is a pretty strong recommendation.i love heists and super involved pranks and the fact that this comes out on april fools day are we still having those hand wringing sessions where we fret that boys aren t reading because if we are, this book is the perfect solution for that problem i mean, yeah, we have john green, but let s be honest the boys who are reading john green would be readin...


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    3 1 2 stars I m not sure I m the right audience for Don t Get Caught, but I can t deny that this book is pure entertainment I don t really like to stick gender labels on books, but I think Don t Get Caught would be a great book to get teenage boys reading It s very silly, celebrates the underdogs and misfits, and is full of pranks, dirty jokes and hilarious misfortune Some people are comparing it to John Green s work, but I personally like Dinan s style He isn t too concerned with being deep, philosophical, and imparting a message the book is just a whole lot of fun Don t get me wrong, though the author is a great writer, despite the light, funny subject matter I especially like how he frames the narrative in a series of heist rules Heist rule, 1, etc The story is immediately engaging and the narrator s humorous self deprecation drives the novel.As for all the John Hughes comparisons, that I can definitely see This story about an unlikely group of high school misfits coming together and waging a prank war ...


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    5 Every so often a book comes along, that as soon as you read the first few paragraphs it gives you tingles in your belly.because it takes you back to a time in your youth when anything seemed possible The world was new and exciting when things went wrong it was okaybecause with youth on your side, you could face whatever it threw at you as long as you had friends that were all going through the some of the same things It may take a while to find those soulmatesbut once you did, everything clicked into placeJust for ONE PERFECTMOMENT things made sense.For me one of those perfect moments took place watching The Breakfast Club surrounded by my soulmates in the movie theater Yes Someone got us Kids from different circles but bonding in spite of it.The 80s were not pretty but what we were given to make up for the scary hair, circus freak make up and the one hit wonders of musicwas John Hughes He made movies that understood what it was like to be a teen in that decade Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pinketc Hughes knew teen angst like no other adult from that time period And I embraced him for that knowledge.Kurt Dinan takes over from there His book may be set in this day and agebut he gets me, and where I came from I ...


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    Okay, so I totally didn t mean to click Want to Read on my own book Now I can t change it back I look like such a narcissist


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    Find all of my reviews at and welcome to Dissenting Opinion 101 I ll be your host, Principal Vernon If I m promised a book that is going to be a mutant baby of this And Ocean s Eleven let s just say my expectations are going to be extreeeeeemely high going in For me, the only giffy inspiration that came from Ocean s was the following Don t Get Caught is the story of a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess and a criminal a bunch of kids who are set up by The Chaos Club thinking they are being recruited to join their ranks and be a part of pranking infamy, but instead discover they ve been duped and left to take the fall for the club s latest prank Dubbing themselves The Watertower 5, the kids decide to take matters into their own hands and prank the pranksters Things start off harmless enough But it doesn t take long for the pranks to take a turn And for the kids to go from fun loving to a bunch of revenge seeking entitled twats who were jackasses at best and criminals at worse and who all needed a good ass whooping from their parents or some quality time in juvie I think I channeled my inner Ron 2.0 on th...


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    This is a terrible idea any way you look at it It s stupid, irresponsible, and borderline suicidal But I m going anyway Max Cobb is tired of being a nobody, a mediocre student, a disappointment to his parents and to his teachers When he finds in his locker an invitation to join the school s most prestigious secret club, responsible for pranks and vandalism for several decades, Max is decided to throw caution to the wind, and for once in his life act like one of his heist movie heroes confident, daring, cool.Of course, things go pear shaped, and 16 y.o Max gets caught, becoming once again the laughing stock of the whole school But this time, he s not going to meekly accept his fate This time he s going to strike back at those secret whiz kids who made fun of him Because this time he is not alone four other social outcasts have been snared in the same trap as him, and Max is about to put into practice the lessons he learned from Ocean Eleven , The Fast and the Furious, Leverage Timothy Hutton and all the other heist movies he watches compulsively Operation Payback is on The debut novel of Kurt Dinan is a thinly disguised fanfic of The Breakfast Club , but that s OK, because for me this movie is a perfectexample of how to tell a great highschool story, one that will appeal to both teenagers ...


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    April Fools You can buy this now No, like, for reals It s available today, on April Fools Day, because perfect timing is perfect.After reading karen s review of this book, I commented to her, This sounds like what I d hoped for from The Best Night of Your Pathetic Life but didn t get so now I ll have to read this when it comes out in two million years and then all will be right with the world and she was all, You know, I thought of you while I read this because I think you d like it and I know a guy that s not actually what she said and that guy was the author who is really friendly and trusting he gave me an eARC of his very first ever book which is sort of crazy because we all know how curmudgeonly I am only NOT THIS TIME That s my disclosure.First, I d like to say that fans of John Green and or Rainbow Rowell will probably enjoy this story I think this tale is entertaining and better written than what I ve read from those two authors but there are similarities mainly concerning off center teens doing not quite normal things.The Breakfast Club mentions you may have seen in other reviews Yeah, they re spot on That s going to be a draw for us oldsters who watched that movie at the theater when it was first released But that doesn t mean today s whippersnappers will think this an old fogey story, because it s not It s all up to date and relevant to th...


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    I am a lover of all books with capers, cons, and heists Now I have to add pranks to that list Who doesn t love a good prankwellas long as you re not the target of said prank.One day Max gets an invite to the Chaos Club the school group that pulls epic pranks from year to year When he arrives at the clandestine time and location, he finds a hodgepodge of other students with the same invitation Soon it becomes evident that they were targeted for a prank.Thus begins the plan to unmask the Chaos Club and new friendships There are certainly some Breakfast Club themes and moments In some way or another, each of the characters is held hostage by their persona the nobody, the jock, the screw up class clown, the goody goody preacher s kid, and the artistic protester The book even has a Richard Vernon like character that is continually trying to catch the pranksters in the act.Max becomes the glue that hol...


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    I ll be the first to admit that I m not a huge reader of YA, but after seeing the author read an excerpt from this at a recent literary event, I knew I had to give it a try And I m glad I did A crime heist comedy novel by way of highschool drama., Dinan clearly has a lot of fun with his characters, and as a result so too does the reader And not once did ...


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    Wow I don t think I ve laughed out loud during a novel this much since I read King Dork by Frank Portman Dinan s crafted a whip smart, fast paced screwball comedy about the pitfalls of high school bullying, unrequited love, the social ladder, parents, teachers, and the school security guard Max is i...

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