Saturday, August 31, 2013

Review: Walking Disaster (Beautiful #2) by Jamie McGuire

Walking Disaster (Beautiful, #2)Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Review on Goodreads

I've found my perfect book boyfriend ;)



But why can't he be real? *sigh*



Please God, let me dream on...



The first impression of Travis you get- when you don't know the whole story yet- is just a plain playboy/bad boy give or take, more or less.
Yes, bad boy


As the story progress, we get to know the complexity of this character and it's quite fascinating.
I'm not sure how it fits into the Travis 'Mad Dog' Maddox story but there's one song that has gotten my attention lately

"Walking Disaster" by Sum 41

I haven't been home for a while,
I'm sure everything's the same:
Mom and Dad both in denial,
an only child to take the blame.
Sorry Mom but I don't miss you,
Father's no name you deserve.
I'm just a kid with no ambitions,
wouldn't come home for the world.

{You'll} never know what I've become,
the king of all that's said and done.
The forgotten son?
This city's buried in defeat,
I walk along these no name streets,
Wave goodbye to all,
as I fall...

At the dead end I begin
to burn the bridge of innocence.
Satisfaction guaranteed,
a pill away catastrophe.
On a mission, nowhere bound,
inhibitions underground,
A shallow grave I
have dug all by myself.

And now I've been gone for so long
I can't remember who was wrong.
All innocence is long gone.
I pledge allegiance to a world of disbelief where I belong.

A walking disaster,
the son of all bastards.
You regret you made me,
it's too late to save me.
(You regret you made me,
it's too late to save me.)

(And he said)
Far as I can tell,
it's just voices in my head.
Am I talking to myself?
'Cause I don't know what I just said.

(And she said)
Far is where I fell,
maybe I'm better off dead.
Am I at the end of nowhere?
Is this as good as it gets?

And now I've been gone for so long
I can't remember who was wrong.
All innocence is long gone.
I pledge allegiance to a world of disbelief where I belong.

A walking disaster,
the son of all bastards.
You regret you made me,
it's too late to save me.
(To save me, to save me, to save me...)

And now I've been gone for so long
I can't remember who was wrong.
All innocence is long gone.
I pledge allegiance to a world of disbelief where I belong.

A walking disaster,
the son of all bastards.
You regret you made me,
it's too late to save me.

I will be home in a while,
you don't have to say a word.
I can't wait to see you smile,
wouldn't miss it for the world.

I will be home in a while,
you don't have to say a word.
I can't wait to see you smile,
wouldn't miss it for the world.


Then there's Abby and we experience a total one eighty.

Abby you foolish girl!


It's been really fun to live it once again and feel it...

The expressions were like:

Him


Her


Me


How do we girls take it from here?



Well yeah...I am...
but meanwhile...
you better keep your hands off him!


Because...

Yes you heard me m.i.n.e
;D

But...


We all share the same feeling


Don't we?





Team Travis!


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