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Stupid Boy - Freshman Year - Part II by G Younger

Author's Description:
Part II of a teenage boy growing up in the Midwest learns about relationships, sex and sports. Join this 'stupid boy' as the girls in his life guide him through the highs and lows as he tries to navigate freshman year of high school. 2015 Clitorides Awards as the Best Epic Story (1st) / Best Humorous Story (1st) / Best Romantic Story (2nd)/ Best Author (2nd).
Size: 1678 KB ( ~ 318,199 words)
Genre: Coming of Age
Sex Contents: Much Sex
Tags: mt/ft, mt/Fa, ft/ft, Mult, Teenagers, School, Sports, Rags To Riches, Group Sex, Anal Sex, Oral Sex, Safe Sex, Slow

Review by RabbiRabbit   [other reviews by RabbiRabbit]

Reviewed: 2014-12-13

I have a question for G Younger, can I just buy the rest of the damn story? This is just page after page of fun, hot babes of various ages. There are a lot of sports, similar in that way to all of the other stories about boys in high school. I am guessing that either the authors were athletes or like me, wannabes; it doesn't matter.

There is more than just a lot of sexual tension and there is plenty of that; this is also a story about friendship, and emotional intelligence at a relatively early age. Like any story about high school, sports, sex and boys there is requirement for a suspension of disbelief; this kid accomplishes a lot and with some of the hottest women on the planet.

What I don't want to do, and work to not do in any of my reviews, is go over the plot, and there is a plot. This is not listed as a stroke story, but some of the scenes qualify; I am 67 and that says a lot.

There are some wealthy people in the story, not rich, wealthy, generations worth of money. I know some people like this and Mr. Younger portrays them accurately without resorting to sarcasm or judgement; the wealthy are different than most folks, not always worse or better, just other and it is rare to find that in this type of story. There are no caricatures of wealthy or of the hot models or the athletes/ short on stereotypes is a good thing. Athletic coaches are another story, they really are classifiable. Lots of sex, laughs and good writing. As a major bonus: almost to no typos.

Plot: 10 | Technical Quality: 10 | Appeal to Reviewer: 10