RE: Trailer Trash

by FortySixtyFour

Original ONGOING Adventure Contemporary Drama Historical Female Lead School Life Slice of Life 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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Wish fulfillment do over story albeit with no superpowers... Yet the mc doesnt remember anything to invest in??? Come on especially with the time frame Apple is an easy ride to money, google, yahoo, basically invest in most any internet based company that made it big... 

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A time travel story that barely deals being a time traveler

Reviewed at: 1: An uncomfortable homecoming.

The above link is a comedic take on the moral implications of time travel. I've read the first few chapters of this story, and it's not bad, but it completely disregards the implications a reasonable person would experience when travelling back to live in 1998. 

The main character appears to only be interested in changing her personal history, and even then only in a very specific way. There's no plans for "Back To The Future" style sports betting, or trying to be an early investor in successful companies, e.g. Amazon or Netflix or whatever. The character doesn't seem to be interested in trying to influence politics or society. No mention is made, at least in the first few chapters, of trying to prevent any tragedies or mass deaths.

In every other "redo your life story" I've read, the protagonist either tries to use their future knowledge to save the world, they live in a world that doesn't need saving, or they have only imperfect memory of the future. I think that's because having a protagonist that remembers the future but only focuses on their personal life has unfortunate implications. 

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Great writing, bland plot.

The writing is great and captivating. I only wish the protagonist would aim higher than being kind of popular in high school, even if it makes sense in the story.

I want more.

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Story could rock but it doesn't.
The MC is too much of a Mary Sue and the rest of the characters are there to follow the plot of her emancipation from her horrible family/poor background.

It was kinda childish and boring.
Let's see how long before this review is deleted.XD

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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.