Lost in Clover



Welcome To Clover, Kansas, A Small Town Sitting In The Middle Of America S Heartland It S A Peaceful Community, Until The Night That High School Student Jeremy Rogers Accepts An Invitation To Party With The Cool Older Kids After Things Go Irreparably Wrong, And Clover Is Thrust Into The National Spotlight, Jeremy Keeps His Involvement A Secret As The Town Heals From The Tragedy, Jeremy Falls Into A Psychological Abyss From Which He Cannot Escape, Until He Encounters The Monster From His Past And Has An Opportunity To Redeem Himself A Novella.Lost in Clover

Travis Richardson was born in Germany, raised in Oklahoma, and currently lives in California He has worked over 20 jobs in fields ranging from hot dog vending to television post production to university fundraising His novella Lost in Clover came out in November and he has a story in the anthology Scoundrels Tales of Greed, Murder and Financial Crimes He has a few short stories published onlin Travis Richardson was born in Germany, raised in Oklahoma, and currently lives in California He has worked over 20 jobs in fields ranging from hot dog vending to television post production to university fundraising His novella Lost in Clover came out in November and he has a story in the anthology Scoundrels Tales of Greed, Murder and Financial Crimes He has a few short stories published online as well He also writes screenplays and directs short movies Find outat

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  • ebook
  • 96 pages
  • Lost in Clover
  • Travis Richardson
  • English
  • 17 July 2017
  • 1611874645

10 thoughts on “Lost in Clover

  1. says:

    The theme of this book is very relevant today, and the story is strong and clear, with a very likeable central character in Jeremy Mature teenagers could enjoy this book too, but its level of sophistication is equally good for adults I get the impression there...

  2. says:

    Originally posted at Sometimes living with the emotional aftermath of a tragedy isdifficult than experiencing it in the first place It s easy to wonder how the outcome of a terrible event might have improved if you d tried a different approach but living in the past can never change what happened.Jeremy is deeply conflicted He knowsabout what really happened than he lets on but he has no idea how to release his secret without causingh Originally posted at Sometimes living with the emotional aftermath of a tragedy isdifficult than experiencing it in the first place...

  3. says:

    Alright then, let s get these shingles up on the roof so we can have a good time tonight with a clear conscience This sentence ends the first chapter and the age of innocence for Jeremy Rogers It is a sentence of irony and foreshadowing Lost in Clover is an enjoyable, well written story The night that follows the sentence above is not fun and results in many years of a terribly guilty con...

  4. says:

    Lost In Clover is a story about a teenage boy living in Clover, a small town in Kansas Jeremy is your typical teenager with a job cutting lawn After some beers with his friends one night, they all get together and decide that it is time to teach the town s bully a lesson Jeremy knows that there isto the story behind the life of Crazy Eddie, the town bully Eddie lived with an abusive dad and, unfortunately, the violence was passed on down to Eddie and he retaliated by taking it out on h Lost In Clover is a story about a teenage boy living in Clover, a small town in Kansas Jeremy is your typical teenager with a job cutting lawn After ...

  5. says:

    There are books that reveal you things about yourself that, for some reason, weren t entirely clear before For that reason, I cannot entirely dislike my reading of LOST IN CLOVER That realization is I kind got over my teenage years I was raised in a brutal place, I had my own set of issues to deal with but I got over it Not only I got over it, but as soon as I had a chanc...

  6. says:

    Short novella about a teenager who makes a decision that alters his life in a traumatic way, and then relates the harsh consequences of his decision.I felt it was a bit too fast paced for the subject matter, but that s just my opinion At first it seemed like it might have been written for young adult readers, thus the fast pacing, but the subject matter is intense and centers around a violent act, so it left me wondering.The story itself was interesting, but think it could have usedcharac Short novella about a teenager who makes a decision that alters his life in a traumatic way, and then relates the harsh consequences of his decision.I felt it was a bit too fast paced for the subject matter, but that s just my opinion At first it seemed like it might have been written for young adult...

  7. says:

    I love a good story of identity found and redemption earned.This was not one.This was boring and drab, plodding along like an outline most of the time Few scenes were actually shown, and those that were lacked dramatic tension The characters existed primarily as single traits personified The only thing going for this book is its plot, and even that meanders and wraps up far too quickly.The one thing I en...

  8. says:

    The author does a great job writing a YA Adult crossover dealing with the themes of Coming of Age and Consequences Having made a decision not to go with the crowd causes our young protagonist guilt and remorse until he is able to admit his dec...

  9. says:

    As a fan of psychology, I loved the conflict of the main character Basically, he caves in to a need to be accepted and causes a town tragedy Whether or not he truly caused the tragedy is debatable, but he thinks he did The author does a fabulous job of showing how one ...

  10. says:

    So i didn t read this version, I read an earlier version in a writing workshop with the author I can only assume the published version is slightly better than what I read Great fun read.

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