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Geography Club I knew that any wrong action, however slight, could reveal my true identityRussel is still going on dates with girls Kevin would do anything to prevent his teammates on the baseball team from finding out Min and Terese tell everyone they re really just good friends But after a while, the truth s too hard to hide at least from each other so they form the Geography Club Nobody else will come Why would they want to Their secret should be safe

About the Author: Brent Hartinger

I am Brent Hartinger, a novelist and screenwriter I ve published fourteen novels, had nine screenplays optioned, and had two of my projects turned into feature films.My first novel, Geography Club 2003 , is the story of a gay teen named Russel Middlebrook It was one of the first in a new wave of break out LGBTQ young adult fiction, and it was adapted as a feature film in 2013 I subsequently wrote threebooks about Russel, calling them The Russel Middlebrook Series I tried to give these books a lot of humor and heart.In 2013, I continued Russel s story as he grew up, into his twenties, in a new, stand alone series called Russel Middlebook The Futon Years These books are new adult making Russel one of very few literary characters to jump genres in projects created by the same author In 2017, I released a new, stand alone series starring Russel s gay disabled friend Otto Dig, called The Otto Dig Series.I love mysteries and thrillers My 2016 gay teen puzzle box thriller Three Truths and a Lie was nominated for an Edgar Award this, and my 2005 novel Grand Humble, are real mind benders, trust me My 2007 YA mystery, Project Pay Day, is much lighter, and has also been adapted as feature film which I wrote , to be released in 2020.Here are all my books THE OTTO DIGMORE SERIES The Otto Dig Difference book 1 The Otto Dig Decision book 2 RUSSEL MIDDLEBROOK THE FUTON YEARS The Thing I Didn t Know I Didn t Know book 1 Barefoot in the City of Broken Dreams book 2 The Road to Amazing book 3 THE RUSSE MIDDLE BROOK SERIES Geography Club book 1 The Order of the Poison Oak book 2 Double Feature Attack of the Soul Sucking Brain Zombies Bride of the Soul Sucking Brain Zombies book 3 The Elephant of Surprise book 4 Two Thousand Pounds Per Square Inch a free short story MY OTHER BOOKS Project Pay Day Three Truths and a Lie Grand Humble Shadow WalkersI also love to travel In fact, I no longer have a home Instead, I travel the world indefinitely with my husband, writer Michael Jensen, moving to a new country every few months You can follow our digital nomad journey at BrentandMichaelAreGoingPlaces.comI try hard to write books that are page turners, and movies that are fast paced and accessible If I had to describe my own writing projects, I would say, Strong central concept, strong plot, strong character and voice Basically, I see myself as a storyteller But I think story is a lotthan beautiful language or complicated camera angles, which I often find self indulgent and distracting In most cases, I think the important thing for a writer or filmmaker is to get out of the way and just tell the damn story.I answer all questions, so feel free to contact me on social media, or through my website BrentHartinger.comCheers Brent Hartinger

10 thoughts on “Geography Club

  1. says:

    It is my second read of this book I cried harder the second time We all lived in a world where being different is bad, ridiculed and not welcome I think it is a bit ironic that people keep telling us to be different, to think different But here we are getting shit for being diffe

  2. says:

    Even the ugliest place in the world can be wonderful if you re there with good friends just like the most fabulous destination on earth is pretty boring when you re all alone This was an okay read I ve been wanting to read this for a long time but I ve tried to keep my expectations low I

  3. says:

    whatever, i m still allowed to read YA, get off my back, jeez

  4. says:

    Audible I m glad that I ve chosen an audio edition I don t really know, how an author makes a decision, who will narrate his her book, but if Brent Hartinger HAD to make this decision by himself he made the right one My first Josh Hurley as a narrator, and he is a perfect choice for this sweet, funny an

  5. says:

    5 STARS I don t read a lot of Young Adult, but something about the description and the book cover intrigued me It reminded me of some of the TV shows I used to watch in my younger years Freaks and Geeks, My So Called Life, etc And I was not disappointed, I love love loved this book Told entirely from Russel Mid

  6. says:

    A good story, the characters has little emotion considering the subject, but I would recommend.

  7. says:

    Nothing spectacular or groundbreaking here It s filled with two dimensional characters and very special lessons But the MC isn t an asshole and it has a decent ending It s better than most YA, which isn t saying much I d recommend this for middle school students, but with all the talk about who s having sex, and who isn t havi

  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Some reviews accuse this book of being preachy, and although I agree in part I think Geography Club is one of the best stories in the YA GLBT genre the kids swear, do horrible things, aren t perfect, and think about sex Honestly, some books make them so ne

  9. says:

    YA Russel Middlebrook is convinced he s the only gay kid at his high school, but while hanging out online in a gay teen chat room, he discovers there s someone else out there, and soon gay people are popping out all over the place, though not actually out This is a solidly mediocre contestant in the queer young adult genre It s not an overly

  10. says:

    Substantially better than Totally Joe Geography Club follows the life of several teens at a medium large high school who discover that they re not the only gay kids in school Rather than tempting fate and public outing they start a gay kids club under the most unappealing club title they could possibly think of The Geography Club Obviously one thing

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