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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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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Zachary Markson
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Got reccomended here from Topwebfiction, and though I'd give it a try; something different from what i usually read. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the work and the character interactions. Some of the dialogue feels a bit stilted, but I think that I can safely chalk that up to the author still trying to get a handle on the individual characters. There are clearly some direction that they are trying to go with this, so as the series progress, I reserve the right to come back and upgrade this to a 5 star review

Black_Thorn
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The review titel says it all. The only downside is the time it takes the author to write the next chapter but good writing takes time I guess. 

Moontan
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It is so good, I read every chapter multiple times while i wait for the next chapter

alexanderyou
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This has some of, if not the best characterization and world building of any do-over story I've ever read. Definitely recommend giving it a go if you're at all interested in this genre, or even if you aren't since the characters are just that good.

EverShadow
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This is a shorter review, but the short of it is this is a great story. I like the characters, and it's a very engaging plot so far. A couple strange things that I don't totally get, like what her parents do and why she can't remember what year 9/11 happened, but overall I like it a lot.

However, it still is in the early phase where the character is experiencing rapid growth. Those are enjoyable the majority of the time no matter what, so it remains to be seen if this one can keep the momentum going.

Edit: It has. Good work.

Bored monster
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We basically see a trailer trash who did not do anything significant in her life change after an accident gives her a redo of her life. This story is real, it's emotional and captures the essence of the characters while showing her daily struggles. 

I loved the story and I want more.

Sacredriver
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The story of Tabitha is one of second chances and 'what if', it's one of emotional roller-coaster from the start.

I can't think of anything that wouldn't spoil the story for prospective readers, all I have left to is that you'll inevitably fall in love with the protaganist of this series and some of the characters she interacts with.

Here is a prime example of how to write characters that feel and act like human beings, with all that it entails. 

UrobrouS
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A do-over story; so many try, so many fail.

 

This one is the story of a trailer trash elderly woman getting a second chance, clawing her way out of her old life by the skin of he teeth. the struggle is real; more than any other dragon-slaying quest.

 

Give it a try - I did so on a whim, and I regret scoffing at the title when I first saw it on the latest releases page a month ago.

ezBoi
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First of all, I just wanna say that I really love the concept. I’ve read up to chapter 4 so far, and clearly there’s been a lot of effort put in. However, I had to stop after 4 chapters.

Before I get to my main crticism, one other thing that threw me off was the dialogue and character interactions. Some come off kind of stilted. But really, it’s not a big deal and I wasn’t that bothered (I feel like the author probably obsessed over it a long time until she couldn’t tell what feels natural anymore, I’ve been there).

What really turned me off was the main character being so... like, teenager-like. Idk, like she’s standoffish for no reason, unrealistic of her actual senior age. It almost feels like she’s the typical angsty teen who thinks she knows more than anyone else. The only reason I’m turned off by it is that I feel like an actual elder who has experienced life would be wise and laid back enough to smartly plan things out without being so... like YA novel teen protagonist-ish. And then I read this:

“As an English Major, I could write a dissertation expounding and elaborating on any one of these terms. As a former aspiring author, I have personally worried each of those ideas down to the bone to comprehend every last nuance of profundity from the marrow therein!“

And then just cringed. I can’t read anymore, I’m sorry. The concept overall is super enticing though.

sandro530
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This is a hell of a good story having good characters a believable world except the time-travel and it's hilarious at some points making it a fantastic read. But as it is common with extremely good storys the release speed is slow and I can definetly understand why this is at the top-list.