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[PDF / Epub] ★ Noggin By John Corey Whaley – Crezy-man.co Listen — Travis Coates was alive once and then he wasn’tNow he’s alive againSimple as thatThe in between part is still a little fuzzy but he can tell you that at some point or another his head gListen — Travis Coates was alive once and then he wasn’tNow he’s alive againSimple as thatThe in between part is still a little fuzzy but he can tell you that at some point or another his head got chopped off and shoved into a freezer.

In Denver Colorado Five years later it was reattached to some other guy’s body and well here he is Despite all logic he’s still 16 and everything and everyone around him has changed That includes his bedroom his parents his best friend a.

noggin book Noggin PDF/EPUBIn Denver Colorado Five years later it was reattached to some other guy’s body and well here he is Despite all logic he’s still 16 and everything and everyone around him has changed That includes his bedroom his parents his best friend a.

Noggin ePUB Û Paperback

Noggin ePUB Û Paperback JOHN ‘COREY’ WHALEY grew up in the small town of Springhill Louisiana where he learned to be sarcastic and to tell stories He has a BA in English from Louisiana Tech University as well as an MA in Secondary English Education He started writing stories about aliens and underwater civilizations when he was around ten or eleven but now writes realistic YA fiction which sometimes includes zo

10 thoughts on “Noggin

  1. Jesse JesseTheReader Jesse JesseTheReader says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUBNeed to let this one sink in before I comment my thoughts on it but for the most part I enjoyed it


  2. Kelly and the Book Boar Kelly and the Book Boar says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUBFind all of my reviews at would say I “didn’t get” this story but seriously The idea of Noggin was great “Everything can go from fine and dandy to dark and depressing faster than you can say ‘acute lymphoblastic leukemia’” When Travis Coates was diagnosed with terminal cancer as a 16 year old boy he was offered a potential second chance Travis chose to roll the dice and have his head cryogenically frozen What he didn’t plan on was the technology moving so fast and him “waking up” a mere five years later Here’s where the problems started for me Like I said the idea was totally original Unfortunately the execution left much to be desired Travis returns to his former life expecting every


  3. Adam Silvera Adam Silvera says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUBNOGGIN is headed for greatness and is without a doubt my favorite YA book I won't go into plot or anything because that would mean getting aHEAD of ourselves since it doesn't pub until next April but for anyone who's read WHERE THINGS COME BACK I promise you that NOGGIN is a follow up that will blow your head off your shoulders I've never cried reading a book before and I've read many many books but there was a beautiful scene that transformed me from robot to human and that's a testament to Corey's writing There are so many lines in this novel that only HE could've written and they're fantasticIf you're a teenager or adult or robot you'll love NOGGIN and admire how Corey manages to get into the head of his character Pun pun pun pun


  4. Alienor ✘ French Frowner ✘ Alienor ✘ French Frowner ✘ says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUBDISCLAIMER Don't seek scientific accuracy because there's none and really that's not the point You don't believe me? Just imagine I'd ask John Corey Whaley if he wanted to tell a realistic story scientifically wise Yeah Sure That's exactly why I chose to talk about a guy whose head is cut off then frozen THEN attached to someone else's body Sure side glances who is this crazy chick?There's this weird thing we often use when reading scifi called suspension of disbelief That sums it up blo


  5. Neal Shusterman Neal Shusterman says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUBReally enjoyed this one The premise here is my kind of story a dying kid decides to have his head cryogenically frozen figuring if they ever revive him it will be in the distant future Well surprise it happens five years later He now has the buff body of some dead kid and has to deal with that and the fact that everyone in his life is five years older and his parents who had mourned him now have him back which is weird on all frontsHaving explored similar transplant related issues in the Unwind books it’s wonderful to see how another author handles the subject matter I think my only criticism would be that I would have loved to have seen of the story focus on him coming to terms with this new body and the ambivalent emotions instead spending so much time on the love story I would have loved to have seen of the family of the body donor and the main characters coming to te


  6. Andrew Hicks Andrew Hicks says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUBWhen I got married in 2007 we moved 120 miles away In 2011 we moved back I thought my return would be the best of both worlds I’d have my new family life and old friends back redefined for adulthood I walked into my old bar the neighborhood hangout from my single years and the same people were there many of them sitting on the same stools all of them doing and talking the s


  7. Elyse Walters Elyse Walters says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUBA few basic factsIt's a Young Adult book about a dying kid Travis who chooses to have his head cryogenically frozen Five years later he's back alive with a fit and taller body To Travis it only feels like he's been asleep for the night in no way does it seem like five years has gone by without him However after Travis woke up his parents kept saying how much they missed him It made Travis feel weird Very weird Everything is different everyONE is differentTravis is trying to figure out how to be and everyone is


  8. TL TL says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUBedited somewhat 11 1 15 with quotes and extra thoughts “Maybe we all just exist all versions of us exist at times and we have to figure out a way to get to each of them to find each one and tell that version that it's okay that it's all just the way it works a concept too powerful to ignore but too complicated to explain” “No matter how often you see or talk to someone no matter how much you know them or don't know them you always fill up some space in their lives that can't ever be replaced the right way again once you leave it” A tale you have to suspend belief for on one aspect but an interesting one with that at first is slightly creepy but it didn't take me long to sink into the storyI couldn't imagine making the decision Travis did not knowing for sure if you would come back and adjusting to everything being different when you


  9. Larry H Larry H says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUBI'd rate this 45 maybe 475 starsOne of the things I love so much about reading is what different books do for me Some entertain some manipulate my emotions this is not necessarily a negative some teach some infuriate and some make me think I love when a book surprises me and does than I expect Such was the case with John Corey Whaley's spectacular second novel Noggin I enjoyed it tremendously despite its offbeat premise and it really made me thinkTrav


  10. Michael Michael says:

    Noggin ePUB Û Paperback noggin book, Noggin PDF/EPUB45I just finished this a second ago and I really don't know how to rate it My thoughts are all over the placeIt was a book that made me think The entire thing was one big what if? There were so many lines that really hit the nail on the head about dealing with loss and grieving and learning to move on Powerful stuffBut at the same time all these powerful thing were said but I feel like I didn't get to see them happen There was very little plot movement in this book and I absolutely 1


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