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F into the project of restoring his small town’s old movie theatre he hides his true objective from everyone to get a second chance with the first and only true love of his life that perfect girl beside him in English class JenniferBut time travel is never without its complications especially when everyone else around you remains in the present When even his perfect starts to show its cracks Peter is finally forced to answer the uestion can you ever truly go back . What a sweet and fun book My favourite character was the father who came to life with the Atlas project Going back in time in the present was also a humorous and original idea My only criticism was that Peter seemed like a 26 year old to me than a 46 year old Granted he was portrayed as a shy immature nerd but he really didn t come off as a 46 year old at all It didn t matter though since he was an endearing and earnest character Beyond Temptation of restoring his small town’s Past Due Debt Collection old movie theatre he hides his true Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt objective from everyone to get a second chance with the first and The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline only true love Where I’m Calling From of his life that perfect girl beside him in English class JenniferBut time travel is never without its complications especially when everyone else around you remains in the present When even his perfect starts to show its cracks Peter is finally forced to answer the uestion can you ever truly go back . What a sweet and fun book My favourite character was the father who came to life with the Atlas project Going back in time in the present was also a humorous and The Accidental Activist original idea My Smoke and Mirrors Short Fiction and Illusions only criticism was that Peter seemed like a 26 year Brenda has a dragon in her blood old to me than a 46 year Divan Of Rudaki old Granted he was portrayed as a shy immature nerd but he really didn t come Choice Stories for Children off as a 46 year Öbür Divan old at all It didn t matter though since he was an endearing and earnest character

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G and not something to be chased Back to when his worst problem was which pair of acid washed jeans to wear to when the perfect girl sat next to him in English class Back to Fired up by his new mission Peter packs up his life turns off his cellphone and moves back into his teenage bedroom He lets his hair grow long stuffs himself into those same acid washed jeans and resolutely ignores everything about the world that didn’t exist in the mid eighties Throwing himsel. I felt like I need to review this for some reason First of all it s not a great book in almost all possible ways The language is by no means anything that will stand out and mostly the dialogues are just plain awkward I read the book in original language in Finnish which might contribute to this but I can t imagine them being much better in any languageThe characters including the main one is just thin as a slice of a decent blowfish and I can imagine most people would like to meet them as much as trying to eat one unless they are of course completely insaneEverything in the plot is predictable from the very beginning You can just tell what is going to happen Everyone does You will be hoping a surprise to come at the end and it will in the exact way you imagined it would be There are no possible way to include spoilers in this reviewYet I liked this book I might even read it again in English to see if it s even better that way And why is this Because I grew up in the 80 s and all the songs lyrics and events simply took me back and made me feel nostalgic throughout the book This is also probably the first time I wish and believe a mullet worn by anyone made sense and also looked awesome you ll find outThis book is a trip to the 80 s That s what it is all about Probably even better if you re Finnish so you ll get even the domestic nostalgia on top of the music You ll remember what a Kulkuri bike looked like It s just a bit better I imagineI also liked this book a little bit for a simple reason that it gives us hope It gives hope for us beyond our youth who hope one day to write a book despite being older than most first time authorsIf you love 80 s you ll like the book You can t help it Give in to it

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What if the only way forward is to go backPeter is stuck The promise of his youth has petered out into a comfortable but lonely adulthood his career is flat his friendships exist only on Facebook and his romantic life is well past its expiry date But one night spurred on by a viewing of Back to the Future after one too many drinks he has an idea that he will just go back Back to the moment when his path stretched out ahead of him when happiness was an everyday feelin. Peter just lost his job he doesn t have any real friends and his dating life is non existent His life is spiraling out of control and he may slightly be depressed After a night of one too many drinks he comes up with an idea an idea that to most people would sound farfetched but to peter it ll solve all his problems Peter decides to travel back in time to the year of 1986 The only issue with time travel is it doesn t exist So while Peter is living in the year 1986 everyone else around him is still in 2016 His one and only goal is to restore his small town s old movie theatre if he can restore this then maybe just maybe he ll get another chance with his high school love JenniferI really enjoyed reading this one it was was one of those feel good reads The characters were all loveable and super fun Peter s life choices weren t ideal but most people at some point in their lives would love to go back in time Things were so much easier and stress free when we were younger There was just something about Peter that I really liked and because his character was so well written it just made me want to read and see what other crazy choices he was about to make If you want a cute farfetched feel good read this one is for you Thank you HarperCollins for sending me an early copy of this

  • Paperback
  • 368
  • Someday Jennifer
  • Risto Pakarinen
  • English
  • 19 November 2019
  • 9781443453851

About the Author: Risto Pakarinen

RISTO PAKARINEN is a freelance journalist who's covered a dozen IIHF World Championships and the Olympics in Vancouver as hockey reporter He's also writen several books on hockey Originally from Finland he now lives with his family in Stockholm Sweden Someday Jennifer is his first novel.



10 thoughts on “Someday Jennifer

  1. says:

    My reviews can also be seen at entertaining and nostalgic read that took me back in time I’m an 80’s girl at heart I loved the clothing the music VHS movies Remember Be Kind Rewind? and so much Peter Eksell is forty six years old and life hasn’t turned out at all like he thought it would He feels like his only friendships are online a

  2. says:

    Peter just lost his job he doesn't have any real friends and his dating life is non existent His life is spiraling out of control and he may slightly be depressed After a night of one too many drinks he comes up with an idea an idea that to most people would sound farfetched but to peter it'll solve all his problems Peter decides to travel back in time to the year of 1986 The only issue with time travel is it doesn't exist So wh

  3. says:

    Peter feels sick of the world right now everything is spiralling downwards he lost his job and not even the music is what it used to be Heading towards a clinical depression he decides to go back to a time when things were easierThis

  4. says:

    As I write this review I’ve got a soundtrack of ’80s music playing softly in the background; at the moment it’s “Live to Tell” by Madonna I normally reuire near uiet to write but I’m hoping the music will offer some inspiration as I think back to my experience reading Someday Jennifer by Risto Pakarinen I’ve spoken about this perk before; sometimes book publicists will include a little gift or it

  5. says:

    I felt like I need to review this for some reason First of all it's not a great book in almost all possible ways The language is by no means anything that will stand out and mostly the dialogues are just plain awkward I read the book in original language in Finnish which might contribute to this but I can't imagine them being much better in any languageThe characters including the main one is just thin as a slice of a decent blowfish and I

  6. says:

    Peter feels sick of the world right now everything is spiralling downwards he lost his job and not even the music is what it used to be Heading towards a clinical depression he decides to go back to a time when things were easierThis

  7. says:

    Peter is a smart computer geek in his late forties and his life hasn't turned out the way he planned His career is totally dead and his love life is non existent With nothing left to lose he decides to grab his old acid wash jeans and revert his entire life back to 1986 when he was happy in high school But this t

  8. says:

    What a sweet and fun book My favourite character was the father who came to life with the Atlas project Going “back in time” in the prese

  9. says:

    Peter's life is going nowhere so he decides to go back to a time where he was happiest An amusing and sweet story especially if you are feeling nostalgic for the '80's I guess that you CAN go home again

  10. says:

    This book is downright charming The 80's references are funny and on point Loved it

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