Everyone Else is a Returnee Review
Tom Daley’s novel is a very entertaining and realistic tale of the teenage angst and a young man’s journey towards manhood and growing up. Most people who have read the novel will agree that it is definitely worth reading, especially for those who want to gain a lot of insight on the teen years. I would definitely recommend this novel to anyone who is planning to read a novel of this kind.
The novel revolves around Mike Parker, a struggling actor, and his struggle to achieve success in his acting career. The story is told from his point of view, as a self-confessed fan of the Beatles, which he admires so much that he even finds the name very interesting. As an added note, he also admires John Lennon and Paul McCartney in particular. The author also covers all these aspects and more, making the story interesting and original.
I really liked the book’s portrayal of the life of a teenager, as well as the way in which the author sets up his fictional characters. The book describes some of the experiences of many different teenagers, which can be very diverse. The setting, including the atmosphere of a small English town, gives the story a unique feel. The kind of people and events that play out in the story can be found in real life. I liked the way the story was told; every detail is fascinating and that makes the whole thing more realistic.
The author starts the story at the end of the 90s, when there were many different schools for different ages. Mike attends all of them but eventually settles down in a school for troubled teens. His problems start from there. He meets other students who are also going through similar things and they form a community and spend most of their time together, providing entertainment and fun.
The writer writes in first person and in a simple yet descriptive manner. Every character is developed and the author makes us understand how hefeels about each of them. What made the book interesting was the fact that there were many different kinds of characters, including the teachers and the students. They all have different personalities and different reactions to what they do in their daily lives. This novel really caught my attention, because of how it portrayed the normal everyday lives of teenagers.
Everyone Else is a Returnee is the story of a real teenager’s life. It was very interesting to read and at the same time, realistic. There were many different kinds of incidents, incidents that happened within a very short period of time, and the way the author tells it makes it interesting and entertaining.
Everyone Else is a Returnee review: Like most novels, I am not a huge fan of novels that are written by authors who seem to be unable to write, rather than those who are good at writing. But, I loved this novel and it did leave me with some different perspectives on different subjects, especially because of how accurate the author was in portraying the day to day activities and problems of teenage life.
Overall, Everyone Else is a Returnee is a very good novel that can be recommended to a wide audience. It will probably make you think about certain issues, but you will also learn about the day to day activities of teenagers. Overall, I think the book is one of the best novels I have ever read and enjoyed.