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5. Food for Thought Reviews

Lisa%s's Photo

Feb 21 2012 08:12 PM

(Chapter 5 Review)

Well, I just got a MacBook Pro and have no freakin' idea how to use it! lol I have to wait until my fourteen year old can teach me....

I was hysterical when Luke was writing about how ordering breakfast is so different in the states than abroad. The whole egg scenerio was so funny! It had me crackin up b/c it's so true!

Anyway, nice chapter Riley; I look forward to the next one. Hopefully we'll learn a little more about Damon. :)

View Post Reply from Riley Jericho (author)

Hi Lisa. I use a MacBook pro too. Love it.

Damon. Yes - quick an interesting character. We'll have to see where that goes...

Thanks for the review,
Daddydavek%s's Photo

Feb 19 2012 05:11 PM

(Chapter 5 Review)

I think it moved the story along nicely. Luke's talk with his dad at Longhorns was insightful. Good job.

View Post Reply from Riley Jericho (author)

Thanks Dave. Don't ya just love Longhorns!
Thanks for the note.
Rebelghost85%s's Photo

Feb 19 2012 12:51 PM

(Chapter 5 Review)

Nice interlude chapter. It sets up future events well and we got to know more about Luke and Simon. I also enjoyed the outside perspective on America's restaurant culture. If you can't tell, I'm trying really hard not to be impatient :P

Thanks for posting and I really enjoyed reading it. Hopefully we learn more about Damon later.

View Post Reply from Riley Jericho (author)

As you say, there's quite a bit of setting up in these first few chapters; introducing characters and context. It'll hit soon enough! Thanks for being patient - and thanks for the review!
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