Out On the Drink

Out On the Drink Sean Bulger Is A 16 Year Old Alcoholic From Newfoundland His Life Revolves Around Avoiding His Abusive Stepfather And Sneaking Booze Wherever And Whenever He Can One Of His Party Crashes Goes Wrong When A Group Of Fellow Teens Dare Him To Check Out A Condemned Russian Cruise Ship.Stone Drunk And Obsessed With The Promise Of Alcohol, Sean Scrambles Aboard The Ship, And Blacks Out When The Boat Is Towed From Harbour And Soon He S Adrift In A Ruined Ship, Looking For Fresh Water, Food, Navigational Tools, Or Anything That Will Help Him Survive.When Rescue Finally Comes, It S Not Who He Expected, And Sean Gets A First Hand Look Into The Shady Worlds Of Ship Breaking And Piracy.A YA Adventure For Ages 11 And Up, Bill Bunn S Latest Book Will Grab Your Attention And Make You Feel The Waves And The Cold Sea Spray Of The North Atlantic.

Bill Bunn is the author of four, soon to be five, books, several essays and articles.His next Young adult novel, Out on the Drink, will be out this year 2018 He s published two other young adult novels Kill Shot, 2015, and Duck Boy, 2012 His published essays were collected and published as Hymns of Home, 2013 In 2003, Moon Canoe, a children s picture book was published Moon Canoe translated

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  • Paperback
  • 310 pages
  • Out On the Drink
  • Bill Bunn
  • 12 June 2018
  • 9781938463518

10 thoughts on “Out On the Drink

  1. Amanda (abookishinvasion) says:

    Actual Rating 1 StarTrigger Warnings Alcohol abuse, physical abuse I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own.I just want to get this out there right now if you have a phobia of rats or are at all uncomfortable with vivid and, at times, disturbing discussion of rats then you don t want to go near this book There are some things you can t unread.I don t think there is anything I liked about this book The characters were flat, even the main character who directly addresses the reader on many occasions The writer is creative in some ways, but it needed serious editing There were typos and misused words everywhere Beyond that, there were so many inconsistencies, plot holes, and just things that don t make sense that they were impossible to overlook.There was almost no plot For most of ...

  2. Fran says:

    This is a tale of survival.from the clutches of a severely dysfunctional family, to being stranded at sea At times this was hard to stomach, but ultimately hard to put down Not your average adventure tale.

  3. Lisa says:

    I d like to thank NetGalley for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review even if my review is not a positive one The story for Out on the Drink was fine, if a little oddly paced You spend a good 80% of the book kind of drifting pun intended until suddenly BAM everything happens all at once and you really have to keep up if you don t want to miss everything And even then, you ll miss things, because a lot of points just aren t explained as clearly as they could be For example and I d say Spoilers but , why did the people are Carly s party send Sean to the cruise ship Did they intend to have him stranded in the middle of the ocean, slowly dying of thirst and starvation When what s his name said I m going to save your life did he intend to actually help Sean with his drinking problem Did they plan any of this, or were the really just going to give Sean that bottle of gin if he succeeded It s all very confusing And by confusing, I mean convenient And that may be my biggest problem with the story Everything that happens in the story is convenience Sean conveniently gets stranded at sea although I m still calling possibly pre meditated attempted murder from Sean s classmates , Sean conveniently finds such and such items on board, Sean conveniently gets rescued, and then pirates a...

  4. Nic says:

    Reviewed for Netgalley If you can ignore the many, many typos, misspellings, missing words, and misused words, Bill Bunn s Out on the Drink is an engaging, unique tale which follows young alcoholic Sean on his biggest, dumbest blunder yet In the middle of Newfoundland snow storm, he accepts a dare to climb aboard an abandoned cruise ship, where he promptly passes out and awakens much later to find that the ship has torn aware from its moorings and is adrift on the ocean.Sean must learn not only how to live without alcohol, but how to live alone on a decrepit ship with little water and food that expired almost three years prior to his misadventure His very survival depends on it.Bunn did a nice job with the pacing of the story Sean s stint aboard the Lyubov Orlova slows the momentum a bit, but I think that was intentional to show how long Sean is stuck aboard the cruise ship and how lonely he is during this time The pace d...

  5. Sarah says:

    I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Don t read this book, okay This book has little plot.Grammatical and spelling errors at least the ARC I read did.An excessive amount of gross things described in detail.I have to say the last 50 pages of ...

  6. Mervilyn says:

    VIEW FULL REVIEW i have a physical copy read an e version, will definitely purchase physical book read an e version, a physical book will be appreciated read an e version, not interested in its physical book a page turner less than 500 pages diverse in any way something s lacking took me a long time to finish an LMAO read i laughed than a few times it s j u s t awkward gave me goosebumps one of the best books i ve read I M NOT KIDDING IT S REALLY AWESOME painful sad tear jerker a roller coaster of emotions thrilling confusing sooo relatable it is kind of annoying it has a lot of flashbacks it moved me would recommend great even for a reread definitely a YAY i m sorry it s a NAY it s between YAY and NAYWhat made me read this Netgalley Did I regret reading this Even with all the rats, abuse and such No I ve seen other review...

  7. RedRobinXXX says:

    I am reviewing this book for Bill Bunn, Biting Duck Press, and NetGalley who gave me a copy of their book for an honest review.I usually like adventure survival stories but I found this one so hard to get into.

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