RE: Trailer Trash

by FortySixtyFour

Original ONGOING Adventure Contemporary Drama Historical Female Lead School Life Slice of Life 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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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.

Codered008
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This is a fantastic story, and a very uplifting one as well. I want to hold on this one and share it with next generation so they can gain valuable insight on the decisions we make and how it can affect us decades later. Please keep writing!

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!

DaemonSlayer
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Overall I've come to find your story to be quite orginal with the aspects of how the reincarnation is done. This and also the fact you are leaving out such things as super powers or the supernatural outside of the situation that started this story. The only problem I can see would be with some of the side characters not being as fleshed out as they coud potentially be. But this is more than likely due to the difficulty that comes from trying to express how it feels to live in such a poor standard of living and how it can affect the people around. But at the same time it shows it quite accuratelly, because life is as difficult as your starting point makes it. Here is a girl who had one of the worst possible starting points imaginable and yet look how far she's come. This comes around because of the life she has already lived, a life of regret and pain, a life she had accepted. Yet, when it comes time for her to relive this life she refuses, understanding that in truth she has not accepted this pain and want to ensure that she and the people around her don't have to go through this pain again. This is what I've gotten out of your 7 chapter you have written, I find your motivation and your efforts to write this have not been in vain. i truely believe that this story could go somewhere and I hope that you keep writing this, I do not know your situation with your life or how everything is going for you. But just remember that your readers are there for you.

Sincerly, Daemon

CremeCrimson
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Excellent grammar and mechanics, haven't seen a typo. The characters feel like real people and not just plot devices to harry the main character.

 

the story is pretty bog-standard, but the reader can't help but feel like they ought to pump their fist in the air for Tabitha's success. A zero to hero story minus the blood-letting. 

 

A good read to pass some time. 

lamb
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  I have never liked drama or romance or even contemporary writing, until I picked this story up. It is so good that I don’t feel like I can do it justice in this review, so just yes.

Frosty Nips
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This is how you do contemporary fiction. Every chapter is a banger. It just slaps, period. 

Touroc
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Really, how can I add a sixth star? For anyone who was ever the outsider, the kid who was picked last or totally ostrsized, this story is fantastic. I just wish I could pick up copies and the updates were more often. But quality over quantity.

Phillip Rayne
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Welcome to the Mythical 90s (An Author's Perspective)

Reviewed at: 28: Explaining everything to Elena.

Some of you can remember, many of you cannot. It was... another world. Before terror could be warred on, dot-coms could crash, or the globe could have a financial crisis. Clinton was in office, phones weren't smart yet, and 56k dial-up was the norm. The world took one more optimistic breath before plunging headfirst into the Internet. The last innocent time.

Soon the online world would rip open the collective human consciousness and repeatedly pick at the wound, preventing it from scabbing over. You live in this world now, steeped in so much wonder and horror that it has changed you. Your mind isn't the same, and it never will be again. That is who Tabitha is.

If you went back, you would look forward with trepidation. Could you live through all that again? TV and movies are basically out as distractions, you've watched them all, and everything is soooo slow. All you have is your mind and books—plenty of those you haven't got to. Plus you have a 21st-century era bullshit detector, so you can sift through and vet data like a mother fucker.

You can't be lazy or procrastinate, there is no social feed to scroll through, no new memes for decades to come, you've heard all the music because Pop is still popular, and no online videos. You couldn't stand to wait on the downloads for anything anyway.

You're fucked, you have to keep busy, do something, anything or the decades ahead are a prison sentence. Either you 'get busy living, or you get busy dying'. Welcome to Re: Trailer Trash, FYI you starting location and body is crap.

Reader 24
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Love it. This story is fantastic and so are the charcters. Every moment feels real and is a total page turner. Every charcter plays their role in the story and help move it along. The different charcter perspectives the story shifts to gives a breath of insight into them. My favorite moments in the story is when charactors gain a understanding of tabitha. When this happens the dynamic between tabitha and whomever really opens up. Best example I have describing it is food wars soma when people eat the various dishes soma makes and there is a flavorsplosion in their mouth except its storysplosion in your brain. And you the reader can't get enough of it. But that just my honest opinion. 

This is a redo story about life grabbing the MC by the throat and throwing her into ordeals one after another. Tabitha is a underdog character, flawed, and she wants for a better life for herself. It's these details that makes her so compeling that you can't help but cheer for her and see where her story goes. 

Please read it.