RE: Trailer Trash

by FortySixtyFour

Original ONGOING Comedy Contemporary Psychological Satire Female Lead Martial Arts Secret Identity Slice of Life Strategy Strong Lead Supernatural
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In the year 2045, an MRI mishap transmits Tabitha Moore's mind back into her body in the past. Now it's 1998, she's thirteen years old, and she has to confront her long, miserable lifetime of failures—and once again being trailer trash—all over again.

...Or does she?

/// A re-do story, everyone's guilty pleasure. Updates every month.

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Omi Nya
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Best Kind of Trash

I thought of quickly skimming through the first few chapters. Here I am, on the last page of the story, and it is morning outside.


We are following Tabitha Moore, a woman well past her prime. An incident occurs that sends her mind back in her own body. Back to her childhood that she hated so much. Back into her accursed fat body. And back to her family, school and many other troublesome and painful things.


Is this a story of wish-fulfilling 'I'll do everything right and save the world' type? It's not an opposite type where everything goes wrong in many more ways, screwing the protagonist's life.


It's a realistic story of a woman reverting back into the girl and struggling with her life once more. And the struggle is not of the kind you'd expect, not 'oh I don't want to do it,' or 'another force shows and screws all the plans,' no.


But I suggest you read it yourself to find out.


The quality is way beyond RR. It belongs to a published book of an experienced author. Consistency, characters, plot, everything is beyond expectations. I'm surprised to find such a mature read here.


Hope, you'll be surprised, too.

 

PS: It actually made me do workouts again.

Albin Karlstroem
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 Incredible story! You made me stop procrastinating and finally create an account just to rate this story.

reil-rhiil
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Truly, honestly, from the bottom of my heart, I say to you.

This story is a treasure. 

The depth, the character, the sheer emotion and comprehension engraved into every chapter is awe inspiring.

There is no hero. There is only Tabitha.

And she is trying her best.

SanicStrafe
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Insanely Good Story. Actually motivated me to work out

Reviewed at: 16: Trip to Louisville.

The title says it all. This story motivated me to actually start getting my life back on track in terms of my physical health. Thanks author for the wonderful story and I impatiently await the next chapter.

doombot
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I read books for a living, and I got to say, wow. This is fantastically written, well paced, and presents a human, believable face to a protagonist in a situation we all wish we could be in.

Ayos81
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Good Writing and Storytelling

The character is established with flaws and tasks to accomplish which aren't impossible to overcome but make for a good enough of a goal to keep the MC goal-oriented and give a sense of progression. Character interactions are well expressed and somewhat realistic. LitRPG elements like stat sheets etc. are not included and I'm glad for it. Overall a good find and a great read, highly recommend.

Varkt
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I love it!  The consept is so interesting and the plot is unpredictable at times.  I love how deep and moving the characters are too.  The author really puts thought and time into each chapter.  I just wish I had more.  

 

All in all, great find and great novel.  Please keep going!

FenraeDraconis
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Really good,

The characters feel real, the plot is there as more of a slice of life. I couldn't stop reading it once I started.

This story is really good; it's not cliched or overpowered but about determination and grit. The concept it expresses has more merit than just magically back in time...

Give it a shot. Though dear author

PLEASE UPDATE MORE!!!! FEED MY BRAIN!

MayContainYuri
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I'm not good at reviewing but I think the fact that, as of right now, all the other reviews are positive with a 5 star rating should tell you enough. Read it. Really, it doesn't have many chapters yet but even just the few that are up are worth your time.

Definitely worth more of your time than my review at least, so go read it!

Berj
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Amazing read. The characters are interesting and it felt good to read the history. I'm a fan of 'going back to past histories', but this one deserves an special mention.

I'm not really a fan of Romance novels and hope the tags stay true, and the novel doesn't delve into a teenager romance history instead of the daily struggles of Tabby.