Don't Read the Comments

Eric Smith (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.47
Publisher
Inkyard Press
Publish Date
January 28, 2020
Pages
368
Dimensions
5.7 X 8.4 X 1.2 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781335016027

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About the Author

ERIC SMITH is an author and literary agent from Elizabeth, New Jersey. When he isn't working on other people's books, sometimes he tries to write his own. He enjoys pop punk, video games, and crying during every movie. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife and best friend, Nena, and their son, Langston. WWW.ERICSMITHROCKS.COM

Reviews

"Wonderfully geeky and deeply compassionate, Don't Read the Comments is a heartwarming tale of finding your community and following your dreams."--Marieke Nijkamp, #1 New York Times bestselling author of This Is Where it Ends

"Don't Read the Comments is a modern-to-the-minute adventure about rising above expectations of family, class, and social media, to find your true destiny and grab it by the controller."--Whitney Gardner, award-winning author of You're Welcome, Universe

"Don't Read the Comments has so much heart: the kind that makes you fall in love, and the kind that makes your breath short. If you're not already a gamer, you might be after this book. And if you need a little hope, Eric Smith delivers the sunshine."--Olivia A. Cole, author of A Conspiracy of Stars

"Smith's (contributor: Color Outside the Lines, 2019, etc.) characters are achingly sincere, and his smooth and witty dialogue's a pleasure to read. He artfully immerses the reader in the world of gaming, building characters and settings that are fun and compelling to read."--Kirkus Reviews

"Smith realistically juxtaposes the benefits of online relationships with the dangers of doxxing and other types of virtual harassment, underlining Divya's strength and determination online and IRL."--Publishers Weekly

"A solid pick for fans of Ernest Cline's Ready Player One looking for something a little more immediate to our times. A worthy purchase for communities where nerd and gaming culture thrive."--School Library Journal

"This novel offers a complex examination of racism, sexism, and toxic masculinity in gaming, as well as a celebration of friendship and family."--Booklist