Bear, Otter, and the Kid (Bear, Otter, and the Kid Chronicles Book 1) – Kindle edition by TJ Klune. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC. The Art of Breathing (Bear, Otter, and the Kid Chronicles Book 3) – Kindle edition by TJ Klune. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. Review: Bear, Otter, and the Kid by T.J. Klune (or more like review of the movie Shelter). ETA: I have changed the final grading to 1, I enjoyed.
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Bear, Otter, and the Kid
He provoked a few eye-rolls, but for the most part he had me smiling. The strongest theme is love and then family, and in this regard, it’s the family Bear and the Kid made for themselves, not the one klue were born into. Things I really liked: August 29, Review: Jan 06, Sammy Goode rated it it was amazing. View all 3 comments.
Bear, Otter, and the Kid by T.J. Klune
Everyone has said how much they love The Kid. Definitely recommend it and looking forward to Klune’s next book: I’m mostly ashamed because I knew I’d love his stories from reading all my GR friends’ fabulous reviews and yet Klund still resisted, for stupid, crazy reasons. He never heard back from the video game company, much to his chagrin. But, this book made me feel like Bear and I were sitting on his back porch and he was telling me his bar.
Sorry for the shouting, lol! Bear, Otter, and the Kid 1. I was once in a meeting at Adobe where there were seven of us and only one person was straight. That they make you feel like your stomach is on fire but in a good way. TJ Thhe is awesome. After watching the movie I can say that the book borrows heavily from it and that all this mess could have been avoided if the author had at least acknowledged where he got his inspiration.
Love Marcus and Thomas.
I loved Bear, Otter and the Kid. In fact, Bear refers to his best friend Creed, who happens to be Otter’s brother, as his own brother. There isn’t a single moment of this book that I didn’t love and I can’t begin to thank TJ Klune for sharing it with me. What were you thinking!?
He was sarcastic and had a funny sense of humour. He didn’t want to ruin Bear’s life by ‘turning’ him gay. Otter’s parents are high tech millionaires from Kdi and they are very uncomfortable with their son’s being gay. But I know a few.
I was frustrated with how much of a coward he was when it came to admit his feelings, but again, I got why he was that way. The Kid was the character that bothered me the most. I’ve heard about this book for ages, but didn’t pick it up, until a few weeks ago, at which point I was told I must read it now!
Can you imagine that you would press your head against someone else’s so that you can get a clear look at their eyes? With the help of his girlfriend Anna, his best friend Creed and Creed’s brother Oliver OtterBear picks himself up and gets on with the business of making sure the Kid is cared for and loved.
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Of the two of them the less developed character beear the most stereotypical one, was Creed, but he was very likeable and I was happy to see how things worked out for him. He struggles for the next three years to raise his brother with a little help from his best friends Creed and Anna, that is until Otter Oscar shows up and ignites something in Bear that he had not been truly aware of.
The sister leaves with a man to go to Portland, Oregon where the man has found a job. The writing teh so well done that I didn’t even notice that the book is written in present tense, something that usually throws me off immediately.
Besides the hinky nicknames and ever-loving drama stirrer Bear c’mon this story could have been cut in half if he just pulled his head out of his ass fasterOtter and the Kid are the jelly that makes this a palatable literary sandwich. I don’t like the nicknames.
He’s kud and she’s only been gone three years.
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Fool of Main Beach. Oh,one more thing, there will be a thrid book!! I loved the unconditional way he loved and cared for Ty.
The book uses entire chapters repeating these themes. Bear is funny, The Kid is witty and all the friends come together as a family to support Bear and Ty when their mom leaves. I loved Bear and Otter but the Kid he tugged at my heart he was adorable and A re-read for me and I loved it just as much the second time around its a pretty special story and will continue to be one for a long time to come.
It definitely reads like a movie.