Seth Baumgartner’s Love Manifesto by Eric Luper

July 30, 2010 at 4:39 pm Leave a comment

In the first chapter of this book, teenaged Seth gets dumped by his girlfriend Veronica at Applebees, spies his father at the same Applebees cozying up to another woman who is not his mom and gets fired from his job. He decides to verbalize all of his emotions and feelings anonymously via podcast. However, the podcast doesn’t stay anonymous for long. FYI–the podcasts really halted the pacing of the novel. In fact, the story would have been better without them. There are many comedic elements to this story and a few unexpected twists and turns. Seth is a likeable character that readers will root for. Tee Cotter, Port Chester

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