Boy Meets Girl, The End

Boy Meets Girl, The End

Gregory Tkac / Feb 29, 2020

Boy Meets Girl The End NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR If you have read the book and would like to know about the story behind the intentionally provocative story read the author s breakdown at zenahora behind the curtain Cecil is yo

  • Title: Boy Meets Girl, The End
  • Author: Gregory Tkac
  • ISBN: 9780984723034
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Paperback
  • NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR If you have read the book and would like to know about the story behind the intentionally provocative story, read the author s breakdown at zenahora behind the curtain Cecil is your typical happy go lucky guy, content with his life just the way that it is and why shouldn t he be He s got everything he could possibly want a good jNOTE FROM THE AUTHOR If you have read the book and would like to know about the story behind the intentionally provocative story, read the author s breakdown at zenahora behind the curtain Cecil is your typical happy go lucky guy, content with his life just the way that it is and why shouldn t he be He s got everything he could possibly want a good job and his own place in the city, a boisterous group of friends he s known since kindergarten, and a hot blooded girlfriend that always keeps him on his toes As far as he s concerned, life is perfect, and he wouldn t change a thing Angela is your typical planning for her future girl, ready for the life she knows is coming her way and why shouldn t she be She ll have everything she s always wished for a lovely home, a couple of beautiful children, and a loving and supportive husband that shares her dreams and passions As far as she s concerned, life will be perfect if only she can get Cecil to understand that he s going to have to change a few things about himself in the meantime Linda isn t your typical woman or typical person for that matter , and would probably give you an earful for using the word typical and her name in the same sentence She needs even freedom in her life than guys like Cecil, and is two steps ahead of women like Angela on a slow day Men and women adore her, and she s got than enough love for the whole world combined so why isn t she satisfied with her life Seems like she still has a few things to figure out and Cecil just might be one of them Boy Meets Girl, The End is a modern day fable that takes on the challenge of the age old paradox, What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object or in this case, what happens when a woman whose biological clock is ticking falls for a man who s just looking for a good time

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      • Gregory Tkac

        author gregorytkacBorn in the culturally turbulent world of 1968, author Gregory Tkac Boy Meets Girl, The End grew up among the open spaces and closed minds of suburbia and developed an early appreciation for the subversive qualities inherent in music, literature and Northeastern sarcasm His Reagan era high school and university years convinced him of the need to ditch his teenage hardcore punk uniform and try to work from within the system, which led to a 20 year career as an Optimistic Social Worker Intent On Changing The World Moves around the states and eventually the world convinced him that real change has to come from within, and his writing attempts to convey this insight in dramatic disguises An ardent city dweller who loves nature, he currently resides in Mexico with his wife and son His hobbies include rocking the f out, OCD, and teaching English to foreign students.


    166 Comments

    1. I started skipping pages because I felt there was just too much superfluous dialogue. For example, I get that in arguments there may be a TON of back and forth comments, typically the same thing being said in many different ways. But I don't need to read it over the course of what feels like 20 pages. Give me a two page synopsis and that'll be good enough to get the point across. I got the gist of the book. The only reason I didn't stop reading it all together was because the first two chapters [...]


    2. This is a gritty book, chock full of tortured relationships - sexual, casual, friend & family. Theres a universal theme of fidelity, complicated friendships, and sexual entanglements. If you appreciate a book that shuns the boundaries of traditional publishing and asks you to think - and rethink - expectations of yourself & your relationships, give it a whirl!



    3. This is hands down the worst book I've ever read. So much superfluous dialogue. Its also as if the author has never communicated with humans before and/or had an adult relationship. Yuck.


    4. Extremely underwhelming. I read it once and literally couldn't remember reading it so I read it again. Now, 8-12 months later, I couldn't tell you anything about the book even though I read it twice. That's not saying much. I want books to be a memorable experience and this one just didn't cut it.


    5. 'Boy Meets Girl, The End' brings a whole new meaning to relationships. This twisting plot leads you through many views of relationships. 'Boy Meets Girl, The End' left me reviewing my own relationships (current and pior). I loved the twists and turns with the outside of the box thinking and humor. I felt left in limbo with the ending. I ended with feeling I needed more. I enjoyed all the twists and humor throughout the book. I won this book on Frist Read.


    6. *Disclosure: I received this book for free through First Reads.*This book was so fantastic, I'm still trying to wrap my head around it.Basically, it is the growth of Cecil, the main character, seen through his relationships with his friends and women. The only thing I didn't love, was just how lengthy the dialogue became at times.


    7. I enjoyed the book and found it tough to put down at times. Much different than any other book I've ever read. It is essentially a bunch of conversations with people that touches on the psychology of different ways to live / grow. The note from the author (which I read after the book) provides many more dimensions for the story.


    8. For me, the issue I had with the book was the dialogue. I found it difficult to discern who was talking sometimes and often had to re-read passages. As a chick-lit lover, I found myself wanting to find an attachment to the characters, but never actually finding it. And at times, I found that the characters maturity levels didn't match their intended ages.


    9. I really enjoyed this book. I liked how the author delved into exploring relationships from unconventional perspectives. The dialogue had a tendency to be a bit too lengthy, which at times felt didactic, but I still felt invested in the characters. The ending was a bit too esoteric for me, and I would have liked one more chapter to tie things together, but all in all this was an enjoyable read.


    10. I got this as a freebie and I still want my money back for the time this book stole from me. It was so poorly organized and took you on an emotional roller coaster with no payoff! The ending was awful!


    11. I enjoyed the book and the growth of the characters, but after all that drama, I wanted more of an ending. I had to read the last few pages a couple times to make sure I got the jist of what happened. If the ending had been a little more I would have loved it a lot more


    12. I really enjoyed my free copy of boy meets girl, the end. It's a different book that will perk your interests and you will enjoy it. The only thing I didn't like was the ending. Really have me hanging.


    13. this book is ok i guess but there are some things that i could have changed about it. Over all it was ok though.


    14. I'm stopping with this for a moment. Not sure whether I'll ever pick it up again, but at least for now I'm done.



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