RE: Trailer Trash

by FortySixtyFour

Original ONGOING Comedy Contemporary Psychological Satire Female Lead Martial Arts Secret Identity Slice of Life Strategy Strong Lead Supernatural
Warning This fiction contains:
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  • Traumatising content

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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Cestarian
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It's a decent story and I gave it a fair set of ratings for that...

 

But in it's current state it's not worth a read. It's not particularly fast paced, 13 chapters in and we are still barely at the beginning.

 

Couple this with the monthly chapter schedule and now we have a story that might be worth reading in 5-10 years, but not yet, not today. So I am dropping it till then.

Astro-Mage
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Fat shaming attempt at self help.

I find the whole concept of this novel insulting. The MC begins by hating herself and by writing a book about how she is the "hated goblin" because she is fat and everyone hates her. The instant she is no longer fat everyone likes her and wants to be her friend. Her mom steriotypically hates her for ruining her body. The writing is well done, but fat shaming should not a book make.