RE: Trailer Trash
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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?
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Absolutely amazing story. I found it quite early, and have been impatiently waiting for more chapters since then. By far one of the best written, deepest stories on this site, the author does a fantastic job developing not only the main character, but everyone around her as she acts as an agent of change, quickly divergind from the life she once had in her second go. the development of the characters never feels forced, then the MC is in trouble, nobody suddenly jumps out of the woodwork to save her. absolutely fantastic, and I cant wait for book 2. What a cliffhanger!
Gotta say, I'm glad I finally got around to reading this. I'm not gonna focus on grammar or style or whatever, and the summary is up there if you wanna read it. Suffice to say, the writing is good. Instead I'll just jot down what I got out of this.
It's hard to find a story with a good balance of wholesomeness and realistic character development. All too often we get a good dose of fluff with nothing to hold it together and it just falls apart and becomes disintersting and difficult to relate too. The other side of the coin being beautifully crafted, intricate novels that leave you with no hope for humanity. In Re: Trailer Trash, we're getting effective depictions of the detritus of society, but with complexities that entirely change your viewpoint of a character within seconds. Not every antagonist goes through some divine intervention and joins the good guy club, but they're all real. They have reasons the way they are, and it sucks. It's a perpetuating cycle of sucking.
Still, they can change, and Tabitha's perspective from her past life in comparison to the struggle and exploration of her new one highlights, screams even, just how much of that suck-cycle is honestly simple misinformation. Assumptions and lack of key tidbits of knowledge about yourself or the people around you that if you only knew them, any fear and apprehension would become completely irrelevant and leave you wondering, "how the hell did I even think like that before now?". Change is hard. Like... soOoOO effin hard my dudes dang oof it's a doozy. At the same time it is deceptively simple after the fact, or from an outside perspective. But if you do, if you manage to somehow slough your way through the hard part. There will be people in your corner. Now. Not gonna lie, the hard part is gonna come back for another swing. It's kind of asshole like that. But this time around you have the power of friendship or whatever so that's pretty cool.
Anyway, it gets easier and your good vibes radiate out as something for other people in the suck-vortex to grab onto and pull themselves out and look at that you've made yourself a nice little positive cycle of your very own. An un-suck-cycle of you will. God I'm good at words heh. Anyway, thanks for writing this little microcosmic un-suck-cycle it's pretty great here have a cookie 🍪
...Blow-cycle? Blow-vortex. There ya go everyone now you can call self improvement a blow-vortex yer welcome.
Very well done story, easily as good as many I've bought from Amazon, including those from publishing houses. The author should consider contacting an agent, in my opinion. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of it.
The story so far is amazing, so much so that I inhaled all of it in one sitting. The quality is great and goes beyond what can be expected from a webnovel.
It is very different from what I've come to expect from webnovels, especially here on RR. Apart from the "sent back in time with memories intact" setting, everything is based on reality, with no magics or superpowers, which is what kept me from reading it, but also feels very refreshing now that I actually did.
I really hope to see more chapters. Even with triple the length, I would have kept reading until I reached the latest chapters.
I'm usually on this site for the fantasy and out-of-this world stories but when I saw this as #4 on the ratings I figured I'd give it a try.
I was definitely not disappointed! Okay, maybe I was... that I didn't read this sooner! Well actually, if that was the case then I would've had to wait for the story to get as far as it had as of this moment. -_-
You know what, moral of this review!? Read this story, enjoy it until the current last chapter, and then wait patiently (yet hungrily) for more!
No litRPG, no portal to another world, but a really engaging coming of age and slice of life story. I was really surprised how much I like it. Recommended with no reservations to anyone looking for a good story.
I'm writing this on my phone so it will be short.
Trailer trash is an amazing story. There's nothing special in an of itself about it, but it is so well written, the characters feal real, like this is not a story but something that could be happening in your city, right now. The story is well thought and flow really good, the emotions are transmitted easily. I have nothing really bad to say. Grammar is top notch. I don't remember seeing any errors.
It won't be everyone cup of tea, after all it's the story of a pretty normal teenage girl. But do try it, if only for the breath of fresh air inbetween not proofread, OP MC stories.
Wow I only just realized that I've been following this story since it came out(which was a long time ago with how long it takes for updates to happen) and I have never actually left a review. I need to rectify that. So here goes, I've read a million and one novels,stories,comics and other forms of media and this is my right beside the Witcher series in my top ten. Now the reason I tie it to the Witcher is that both stories Mc are worlds apart and yet have a massively similar moral code. What I mean by that is that they both been dealt a shit hand in life and still strive to do the right thing. The first thing Tabby thinks of in this story is her friend, and the cop and so on. Every other story with a plot base in time travel/reincarnation/redoes is focused on "well now I'm gonna be famous or get revenge." Not Tabby she thinks about others first and foremost throughout the chapters released so far. Now the reason I love her as much as I do Geralt from the Witcher is that she has the same mindset but is not nearly as strong , and in my opinion she is what Geralt would have been like as teenager or in his younger years before the years really started to wear on him. Anyways kind of turned into a double review of Re:Trailer Trash and the Witcher series but I love both so oh well. Thank you author sir(or ma'am or whatever you'd like to be called ;) for your wonderful work and I look forward to the rest of this story no matter where it goes.
This story is very well written. It stands out compared to a lot of fictions on this site because it’s not just another isekai and the characters are fully developed. It’s interesting to watch someone go back in time and get a achance to start their life over. It feels realistic that there would be a lot of things that you wouldn’t completely remember about the past and you’d struggle to adapt to that era of your life again. The only thing that I don’t love about the story is how quickly the main character has been able to drastically change herself. Stretching out her transformation a little more could’ve been more satisfying and believable. This story is definitely worth a read.
Wow, I just noticed, 4,692 followers. Just eight more followers and they give you a free coffee machine!
By the way, I just found out that earlier this year Disney announced that they were redoing The Little Mermaid, and not animted but as a live action movie. Not only that, but they had already cast Halle Bailey (not Berre) as Ariel. A black actress! Do you think Alicia might be interested in that?
Seriously, congratulations Forty. RE: Trailer Trash has been my current favorite online story for months, and I think it's some of the best writing I've ever seen on the internet. The dialogue is realistic, as is the unexpected complexities that you keep revealing in all of your charecters makes them more alive, more believable. You've got a talent, and I look forward to more of your work in the future. I wish you would update more often, but I know you're posting at least one other story, and possibly working on a couple of others (by the way, where can we find them?)
Keep up the good work!