Offline



Meagan Is A Seventeen Year Old Netaholic, Addicted To Online Dating But Scared To Death To Take Those Online Relationships Offline Banished By Her Parents To Her Gay Hippie Grandfather S Farm Where The Cell Reception Is Terrible , She Is So Not Looking Forward To A Techno Free Summer Of Gardening And Cleaning House When Two Offline Boys Fall For Her At A Netaholics Anonymous Meeting, She Desperately Enlists Her Bestie Sheila To Help Extradite Herself From Such An Awkward Situation Good Luck With That Falling In With A Ragtag Bunch Of Luddites, Meagan Joins A Zany Softball Team, Takes The Game Of Scrabble To A Whole New Level, And Gets Immersed In The World Of Invertebrate Sex All The While Coming To Terms With Her Raging Netaholism And Discovering The Joys And Heartbreaks Of Offline Relationships.Offline Is A Romantic Romp Through The Dark Underbelly Of Technology Equally Parts Serious And Ridiculous, This Fast Paced Romantic Comedy For Adults And Young Adults Gently Pokes Fun At The Perils And Pitfalls Of The Online World Brian Adams Is The Author Of Two Award Winning Romantic Comedies About Environmental Activism, Love In The Time Of Climate Change And KABOOM In A Previous Life He Was A College Professor, Desperately Trying To Get Folks To Stop Texting In Class, Put Away Their Damn Phones, And Get The Hell Outside He Lives In Western Massachusetts With His Wife And Cat.Offline

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Offline
  • Brian Adams
  • 09 September 2019
  • 9781732743427

15 thoughts on “Offline

  1. says:

    Well written but it turns out I m not that interested in reading about a teenage girl s masturbation fantasies with boys online Or even, later on, boys offline So I found myself skimming over some parts the remainder a teenage romantic comedy was worth a read.

  2. says:

    I picked this up randomly at the library but it was a DNF for me It felt a bit preachy and judgy, and I found it really difficult to connect to the MC.

  3. says:

    Promote it, love it and wholly charmed by it.

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