Unicorns and Rainbow Poop

Unicorns and Rainbow Poop Ex boyband member Dane Karlson is struggling to overcome an eating disorder and a body dismorphic disorder His fall through a glass table puts him in rehab and on the road to recovery Then a friend di

  • Title: Unicorns and Rainbow Poop
  • Author: Sam Kadence
  • ISBN: 9781632164186
  • Page: 457
  • Format: ebook
  • Ex boyband member Dane Karlson is struggling to overcome an eating disorder and a body dismorphic disorder His fall through a glass table puts him in rehab and on the road to recovery Then a friend dies When depression causes him to lose ground, he calls for the only person he trusts former bandmate Tommy But Tommy doesn t know how to help He begs his friend SebastianEx boyband member Dane Karlson is struggling to overcome an eating disorder and a body dismorphic disorder His fall through a glass table puts him in rehab and on the road to recovery Then a friend dies When depression causes him to lose ground, he calls for the only person he trusts former bandmate Tommy But Tommy doesn t know how to help He begs his friend Sebastian Bas Axelrod to aid them through the emotional struggle.Bas, an openly gay high school student who s recently lost his grandmother, is trying to survive his last few months of school before escaping to Stanford Having just lost the only person in his family to care for him, he is victim to the cruelty of the others His younger brother bullies him, and his parents are suing him for his gran s inheritance When Tommy calls, Bas can t help but run to his side.Together Dane and Bas find a middle ground, supporting each other through the lows, dancing together during the highs They build friendships and plan for the prom and graduation, thinking positively as long as they are together.

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    1. *** 2.5 Stars ***Zero steam, a ridiculous amount of (melo)drama, and dialogue that would be said by no real teenager ever. I appreciated reading about some of the difficult themes (like body dysmorphic disorder and eating disorders among men) covered, but as a whole this book just didn't do it for me.

    2. I was kind of put off by the title of this exceptional book even though I had enjoyed its predecessor ‘On the Right Track’ very much. I’m happy to say that the title is quite apt for this enthralling tale of youths Dane and Bas, who find romantic love while struggling to overcome the physical manifestations of their emotional and mental angst. Although the nature of the material showcased in this story is serious, the author successfully weaves the subjects of first love and rehabilitative [...]

    3. Disclaimer: I have not yet read book 1 in this series (but I will be going back to read it).WOW! I have to be honest that I wasn’t sure if I would like this book based on the title…but this is an absolute must read!! When you read the story, the title will make perfect sense and bring a smile to your face.Let me get the basics out of the way first – the writing in this book is really good. I am a nazi when it comes to grammatical and spelling errors and I found none in this book. I have ne [...]

    4. There were some things I really loved about this book, especially that it delved into so many important issues including eating disorders, depression, bullying and sexual and other abuse. What kept this from being five stars was that I really didn't think the boys acted like real teenagers. I also thought it was a little over the top with all of the awful things thrown at Bas and Dane. The romance was sweet but not a main focus as both boys had so many issues to overcome.

    5. Really have enjoyed this series and will definitely read more books by this author! Please tell me there is going to be a book 3 !!!4.5 stars

    6. 4.5 Stars ~ “Yes, I’m the gay boy all the homophobic idiots warn you against. I like makeup, ballroom dancing, chick flicks, and I have the funny lisp when I talk. Unintentional, I assure you, but there it is. You have a body dysmorphic disorder, severe depression, and anorexia. When you were admitted you weighed less than one hundred thirty pounds and are listed as so unstable you’ve been on suicide watch for months. Who do you think has more problems? The queer studying psychology or the [...]

    7. Great book! I didn't know there was a book one before I read this. And it didn't matter. However I would like to read book 1 now! (and wish I had previously)

    8. Original Blog Post: Pre Release eARC Review Unicorns and Rainbow Poop by Sam KadenceLife Is Not All About Farting RainbowsWow, this was such an amazing readbut! Eating disorders is one of the most misunderstood conditions. Those who go through it do not understand what they are going through, they are confused and full of guilt. Those who watch their loved ones go through it do not understand the whys of the disease and play the blaming game. Those who watch from the sidelines are just as confus [...]

    9. Despite the cute cover and fluffy title this book is rather dark and depressing in many places but the author manages to balance that perfectly with the hope that things can get better and the willingness of these friends to help each other. The book doesn’t pull any punches, beginning with both main characters suffering right from the word go. Chapter one starts with Dane staring at the blank walls of his “cell” in a rehab clinic where he has been staying since nearly killing himself. He [...]

    10. Reviewer: RichGenre: M/M Young Adult4 HeartsReview:This is the second in the series: Vocal Growth. It easily may be read as a standalone sequel.The plot centers on the second member of the former boy band, Vocal Growth. Dane’s childhood was a combination of sexual, physical and emotional abuse, leaving him very psychologically damaged with an eating disorder and a body dysmorphic disorder. Finding himself alone and suffering an accident due to his psychological illness, he signs himself into r [...]

    11. Original review on Molly LollyFive stars!When I first read the blurb for this book back when Sam did a cover reveal, I couldn’t wait to read it. I knew it was going to be a book I liked. Little did I know that it would become one of THOSE books. Those books where you read the last page and you blink and realize that your life has just changed because of the characters and the story. I didn’t want this story to end. The characters felt real and I can clearly see them hanging out with each oth [...]

    12. Gosh! Sometimes a book is hard to read when awful thing keep happening to main characters (Oh Baz), but maybe this is some people's reality. I love the way this group of damaged kids come together and support each other. Ru and Adam aren't taking their good fortune for granted - they continually support Baz, worry about Tommy, and now that Dane has joined them (and Paige AND Marissa) well, wow, that's a lot of friends.But it's not all cupcakes and pizza, but thankfully sometimes it is, because t [...]

    13. Warning: This book describes depression, eating disorders, and thoughts of suicide. This was an amazing book. Ms. Kasey did an amazing job describing the emotional and physical turmoil depression and eating disorders can cause. This is a difficult book to read because all of the emotions are so raw. You feel everything the characters are going through and you want to help so badly but you just have to watch it play out. I was so impressed with the growth of the characters and their ability to ta [...]

    14. Not as good as the first book, but I still really liked it. It wasn't hard to remember the characters from book one, but it can be read as a standalone.Bas (Sebastian) is alone in the world. The only person who ever cared for him died recently and he doesn't have any direction. All he knows is that he has to get out of his small town and go to Stanford, where he is free to be himself. When a friend asks him to talk to someone who is in therapy, he jumps at the chance to do something as well as t [...]

    15. Reviewed at The Blogger Girls.Dane hates food and has always had an eating disorder and body dismorphic disorder but when he gets injured after not eating for a few days, he knows it’s time to get help. Unfortunately, that doesn’t seem to be working all too well so he calls his former bandmate, Tommy, for some support. But when Tommy’s unsure on how to help Dane, he asks Bas to come help out. Bas and Dane get off to a rocky start, causing some hateful words to be spoken but it’s not long [...]

    16. Unicorns and Rainbow Poop is the sequel to On the Right Track. These are YA stories about frightened and confused young men trying to find their way to adulthood with many questions about what has happened to them in the past and how to deal with their own sexuality. This is not the silly fluff that the title might lead you to believe. It is a serious story about serious mental anguish and grave problems that should be the domain of adults, not teenagers.Dane has a severe eating disorder that an [...]

    17. There were some things I really loved and enjoyed about this book, especially that it delved into so many important issues including eating disorders, depression, bullying and sexual and other abuse. It also showed that these important issues are not gender specific. What kept this from being five stars for me, was it seemed like the boys acted more adult like instead of teenagers. It also was getting a little over the top for me, with all of the awful things being thrown at Bas and Dane. The ro [...]

    18. 4.5 stars Dane&Bas I Loved them together they both struggle with depression and other past trauma's and issues and it took time and therapy and great friends to try to live a healthy and happy live togetherey made a sweet couple and that was lovely to read.*ugh That Epilogue thoughI so hope that Tommy's Story next hmm I wonder Who he is gonna fall in Love with Please let it be a Guy?

    19. Title: Unicorns and Rainbow PoopAuthor: Sam KadencePublisher: Harmony Ink PressISBN: 978-1-63216-417-9Buy Link: dreamspinnerpress/storReviewer: Teresa Fallen AngelBlurb:Vocal Growth 2Ex-boyband member Dane Karlson is struggling to overcome an eating disorder and a body dismorphic disorder. His fall through a glass table puts him in rehab and on the road to recovery. Then a friend dies. When depression causes him to lose ground, he calls for the only person he trusts—former bandmate Tommy. But [...]

    20. So, it was an okay reading.It was cutesy, had a nice group of friends (which I like), wasn't over-sexualized, and had an easy plot. There was an honest try to touch in a couple of difficult subjects (eating disorders, transgender youth, abusive relationships, suicidal thoughts), but failed to really address any of them. Paige could be a really strong character, but fell flat. Same for Marissa/Eddy's plot. Ru/Adam were a nice sidekick couple, considering I haven't read their book yet.As for Dane [...]

    21. Lots of mixed signals on maturity that pulled me out. They say they are 19 And juniors going to prom. And taking psychology (college) classes.

    22. The guys are dealing with heavy stuff but it leaves me somehow cold. I was curious how it evolves, fascinated how they are dealing with it but there seemed to be nothing real in there and that's not only because I doubt any teen is talking like they are doing here. Might be because everytime something happens we get an explanation why the character is acting that way. So the story tries hard to make me understand but unfortunately by telling me not by showing me.There were only 2 scenes that fel [...]

    23. And I'm the odd one here. That book didn't work for me. The writing was bland. I liked some of the characters and I liked the plot idea as such. But there's so much that just doesn't work. It doesn't seem real at all. No, I need to rephrase it: it is not how reality works. No therapy works like that. Plus seriously: where are all the adults here? oh yeah they're almost all just awful. Kids manage everything on their own. I can't handle the lack of reality very well. The premise was nice enough t [...]

    24. AndI'm done with this series. The young ages, the drama, the expertise of the high school kids, the rules of the rehab, even the drug set up for the next book was all too melodramatic for me to enjoy. I'm sure this is the right thing for many readers out there. Just not something I can get into.

    25. I loved, loved this book but Sam Kadence, please explain to me what that epilogue meant ! I am freaking out right now ! Is there going to be another book in this series ? With Tommy as the MC ? Please, please don't end this series like this. It's an ardent request. My heart is completely broken.

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