Someday Now Forever

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
The misguided romantic memoir of a guy who travels the world trying to find something that won't disappear on him. It reads like a novel, but this young adult tale of heartbreak, inebriated Santa Claus riots, and quadrupedal depressive disorders might be one of the more brutally honest things you will have read in some time.
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Reviews of Someday Now Forever by Daniel Foutz

teatime21 reviewed on Oct. 18, 2016

a friend recommended me this book. to be honest i am confused about it. imo he was too into himself that all the other characters were not developed enough. i get that its supposed to be autobiographical but i kinda felt like he was just writing to glorify himself rather than trying to give the story justice. to be fair, there were some really good parts that were exciting to read. but overall i would say that it sounds more like the diary of a typical teenager rather than an actual novel. also the description of the book is soooo pretentious lmao
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shelteringtree reviewed on Sep. 17, 2016

Poignant, profound, and heart-wrenchingly honest, this book is not merely an underdog's lament of chances both missed and taken. This is the extraordinary yet relatable account of a brilliant mind plagued with dueling depression and romance. Foutz's narative captures, with sincerity and sarcasm, the short-sightedness of love and the ultimate struggle for faith. Readers will be laughing uncontrollably on one page and tearing up sympathetically on the next- and by the end, they will understand to the fullest extent the potent sorrow and overwelling joy of living.
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Mann551 reviewed on Sep. 15, 2016

I loved it. I don't normally read books in a day unless they are really good. As such this book was. I felt my emotions played with as I read along and followed the story.

It was a good read
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