Plan your trip with the official Back-Roads Touring mobile app. Check in, manage your itinerary, talk to other guests on your tour, post updates to your Facebook. Back Roads ist ein amerikanischer Dramafilm aus dem Jahr , der von Alex Pettyfer in seinem Regiedebüt gedreht wurde. Das Drehbuch von Tawni O'Dell und Adrian Lyne wurde aus dem gleichnamigen Bestseller von Tawni O'Dell adaptiert. Back Roads. IMDb 6,61 Std. 41 Min+. A young man cares for his younger sisters after their mother is imprisoned for murdering their abusive father.
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Back Roads ist ein amerikanischer Dramafilm aus dem Jahr , der von Alex Pettyfer in seinem Regiedebüt gedreht wurde. Das Drehbuch von Tawni O'Dell und Adrian Lyne wurde aus dem gleichnamigen Bestseller von Tawni O'Dell adaptiert. Back Roads ein Film von Alex Pettyfer mit Alex Pettyfer, Jennifer Morrison. Inhaltsangabe: Harley Altmyer (Alex Pettyfer) ist ein zorniger Jähriger und sitzt in. Nachdem seine Mutter wegen des Mordes an ihrem gewalttätigen Ehemann ins Gefängnis musste, obliegt es nun Harley Altmeyer, sich um. circular-france.eu - Kaufen Sie Back Roads günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. All farmhouses enjoy magnificent country and distant sea views and are situated in a calm back road at the outskirts of the small place of Ghasri, nearby Gharb. For. Plan your trip with the official Back-Roads Touring mobile app. Check in, manage your itinerary, talk to other guests on your tour, post updates to your Facebook. Übersetzung im Kontext von „back roads“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: There's no way through the back roads and Tabor Heights is off-limits.
Back Roads. IMDb 6,61 Std. 41 Min+. A young man cares for his younger sisters after their mother is imprisoned for murdering their abusive father. Nachdem seine Mutter wegen des Mordes an ihrem gewalttätigen Ehemann ins Gefängnis musste, obliegt es nun Harley Altmeyer, sich um. Vintage Back Roads – Avenue B, Katy – Mit bewertet, basierend auf Bewertungen „We are beyond excited about our new, beautiful, buffet!.
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He has to earn money and look after his 3 kid sisters. No college. Over 2 years, family secrets are slowly revealed.
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Then it sat forgotten in my TBR cupboard for awhile, until yesterday when I was rooting around in there, it called to me, and demanded I read it.
So I did. I was pretty much hooked from the get-go, I immediately felt for Harley and his sisters, their whole situation.
But it quickly devolved into me not being able to put the book down, it was like a train-wreck I just couldn't tear I found this book ages ago on one of my Goodwill trips, and it sounded intriguing, so I went ahead and picked it up.
But it quickly devolved into me not being able to put the book down, it was like a train-wreck I just couldn't tear my eyes away from.
I liked the character of Harley, even if he was kind of an ass most of the time, and kinda crazy the rest of the time.
I mean, I could understand his confusion, and frustration, and anger, but he was still kind of weird. I don't know, I know if I would've been in his shoes, I wouldn't have acted anything like the way he did.
But maybe it's because I'm a girl, and he's a teenage boy, and I'm sure they think in a different way, see the world different.
Or not. I'll never know, because I've never been a teenage boy. It seemed like he had a real hard time owning his responsibilities. At times he reminded me of my guy's 21 year old loser son, not wanting to do anything but drink beer, not understanding that the world doesn't revolve around him.
And on that subject, when Harley drank, it said he drank like 3 beers and was falling down drunk. Um, ok, even when I was 14 and drinking for the first time, it took more than three drinks to make me drunk.
I certainly wouldn't have fallen face first off of a porch after 3 beers. So, I don't know, either the author hasn't had much experience with alcohol, or the kid is just meant to be a supreme lightweight.
I mean, I can drink a 6 pack and be hardly buzzed. That was just a weird little thing that just seemed off to me.
Maybe it's just me, maybe there are people out there who get ridiculously trashed off of three beers. Not a big deal in terms of the story or anything.
In fact, this was a really good story. Not good in terms of characters I loved, and a great adventure or anything like that, but it was good in how it made me feel for these characters, even when they were making me sick.
And I gotta give props to the author for the excellent way she had of giving me the feel for the area where the story takes place, the beautiful woods and hills mixed with the run-down decay of a town where coal used to be king, the gloomy sort of feeling the whole place had, kinda run down almost, the world was moving on.
I enjoyed that, and will look for more books by this author because of it. Sometimes I didn't think the characters were acting believable. Like, for instance, Harley's state-mandated psychiatrist visits.
He seemed to freak out and literally run out of them like every time he went. Around here, that wouldn't fly. If the state says you must visit a shrink, then it's mandatory that you show up, or the cops show up at your house to pay a little check-up visit.
So, the fact that he was freaking out and running away kinda bothered me, as the shrink never really pursued the matter, she just waited for him to come back the next month.
Also, Harley's own reaction to a lot of things was weird. Especially the crazy stuff going on in his family. His 16 year-old sister Amber comes onto him at every opportunity, wearing see-through lace nighties around the house, flashing him her g-strings His 12 and 6 year-old sisters talk about how they should hook up to ease their stress like it's normal and ok.
I think if my sister was slipping into my bed naked in the middle of the night and rubbing herself on me, I'd be knocking her slutty ass out. Freakin' sicko.
And she was like psycho! If anyone needed to be in therapy it was Amber and Misty the 12 year-old. When Amber finds out Harley's having an affair with the mom of one of the 6 year-old's friends, she screams and cries about it for days like she caught her boyfriend cheating on her, mascara running down her face and all that stuff.
Plus her run-away attempts, her penchant for boys who use her for sex and hit her She coulda used some therapy. As for Misty, she was the one that really bugged me.
At first I felt for her, I could understand her sadness at losing her dad, the whole awkward stage she's in at her age.
But then it turns out that she's just as psycho, if not worse than the others. When the truth comes out that she killed her pet kitten, the kitten whose collar she wears constantly that everyone thought had been killed by a hunter, I was disgusted.
How can anyone hurt an innocent little baby kitten? Especially a little girl. Girls are supposed to be nice and good, not psycho killers who get joy out of killing kittens and gutting deer.
Then the bigger truth comes out, that she's the one who shot their dad, and it was only an accident in the way that she was really aiming for their mom, and hit the dad instead.
And the reason why? Because she was jealous that the dad loved the mom. Yea, in that way. I mean, isn't it bad enough that the dad beat on all the kids?
Then you gotta have one of 'em who actually wants it, plus wants more, and dirtier? And I didn't like how nothing happened to her in the end.
Someone should've tried harder to see this kid get some help. Instead she went to live with her aunt and uncle and little sister, and that was it.
Little psycho should've been locked up, and the key thrown away. I'm not fond of this new age 'let's give therapy to psycho killers' stuff.
I think psychos should be locked up, why should tax payer dollars go to pay for them to get therapy? I can't even afford therapy for myself, why would I want to pay for it for a killer or a child molester, or a rapist?
Just lock 'em up and keep 'em that way, don't give them talk therapy and release them back into society! But, I digress, as my opinion on that really doesn't have to do with the story, lol.
And I haven't even mentioned Callie, the mom Harley finds himself having an affair with. She had her own issues, and I would've liked to get to know her a lot better.
I couldn't believe some of the stuff she did though. Sure, sneaking away to the woods to bang the boy was ok well, not morally but, y'know what I'm saying , but then he comes over to her house while her little son is outside playing and they go inside 'to get some Kool-Aid' and end up banging on the kitchen table, all while the kid's nearby.
Then Harley comes over at night, while her husband's home, and demands to see her, and they go out and sit in his truck, within view of the house, and she goes down on him, and they make out.
While her husband and kids are right freakin' there, right in the house, like 30ft away! This whole story was a hot mess I couldn't leave, I found myself wanting more, more details, more craziness, more background, more.
I probably could've read another hundred pages or even more. But I did like it, don't get me wrong, I kinda liked it a lot.
I think I'll probably hang onto this book, give it another read in the future. And I'd really like to read more by this author, give her another try or two.
An odd story, but interesting and attention-grabbing. I did kind of like the end, when the truth came out about who killed Callie, and at least a little justice was handed out.
Sure Harley's in a mental home, but I really think that's for the best, until he learns to cope, and accept the things that happened and gain some strength or something.
Weird, but still good Wow and Disturbing. I wish I would've read it with Oprah as that had to have been a good discussion.
The middle! I was close but not quite. The ending! I had an inkling, but the wrong culprit. You're just jealous because those are.
Too fat. Too geeky. Too seventies. Too eighties. Too obvious. He was one of those guys who took more pride in what he owned than who he was.
Those who know the truth are Wow and Disturbing. Those who know the truth are not equal to those who love it. Shelves: end-pissed-me-off , chick-lit , , favorites.
First thoughts: 1. Dysfunction 3. Thanks to my good friend, Teryl, for bringing it to my attention. This is a very fast paced story, and I was able to tear through it in a few hours.
I felt for Harley, and all of his sisters. What was her motivation for the affair with the guy 15 yrs younger? Hmm… well all I can assume is that that she felt sorry for him and wanted to make him feel good.
I disliked the ending. I'm having a hard time rating this book. It's incredibly dark and morose, but the author does an excellent job taking us into the head of a year-old small town boy who has been dealt an extremely tough hand--taking care of three sisters after his mother has murdered his father.
I really felt for Harley, whose family life was so compromised that his attempts to rise above it were doomed from the start. Nevertheless, I had hopes that Harley could somehow survive, perhaps get away and start a ne I'm having a hard time rating this book.
Nevertheless, I had hopes that Harley could somehow survive, perhaps get away and start a new life for himself. His story is heartbreaking and tragic.
Mar 05, Teryl rated it it was amazing Shelves: fiction , read-in , favorites , dark. I couldn't put this book down, which is crazy because it is so disturbing.
Harley is border line crazy due to his upbringing, but I found myself feeling for him. I highly recommend this book, be warned, it is very dark and disturbing at parts.
Sep 30, Kristin rated it really liked it. A dark dark book that I couldn't put down. I have a thing for stories that take place in poor mining towns.
Review to follow. I have said it before and I will say it again "damn these first time bitches! I would recommend this to anyone, which normally with a story this dark I would be reluctant or would warn about the subject matter,but this is so well done.
Harley is a 19 year old boy, who has to take care of his three younger sisters,Amber,Misty and Jody, after their mother has been sent to jail for killing their abusive father.
Harley works 2 jobs I have said it before and I will say it again "damn these first time bitches! Harley works 2 jobs and has no friends and has not seen his mother since she went to jail.
The moral of the story in this is that parents especially mothers need to protect their children,O'Dell even points out that this basic rule is apparent in the animal kingdom and should be respected and followed.
When it is not the result is that children are messed up and messed up kids do messed up things and any of those messed up things you can think of happen in this book.
I don't know if I would enjoy seeing this as a film thou, reading it is somthing different all together. Quick Thing : I wear glasses for distance so if I am in the car or watching a movie I have them on otherwise not so much.
Apparently I may need to wear them more. I carried this book around for a few days over a week and then my five year old said "theres is a naked lady on your book" I said "no theres a birch tree I think" on further inspection that is a naked lady on my book and not a tree All the progress I thought I making with respectable book covers is out the window and wasn't even aware.
View all 6 comments. This book had it all. Heartache, heartbreak, humor, and horror. So much has been written about Harley, the main character of the book, things that make him out to be a horrible guy but the thing I found most evident about him was pretty simple.
He missed his mom and longed for her presence in his life. Maybe not even his mom but "a" mom, any mom. When he asked the neighbor to meet him at the mining office he asked her to bring the stuff to make smores.
Earlier in the book his little sister was t This book had it all. Earlier in the book his little sister was talking about Callie making them smores and Harley almost seemed jealous.
Through out the book all of Harley's demons and battles seem to stem from the fact that he resents not having a mom to do the things a mom should be doing.
Not just for his sisters but for him as well. This book is very well written and has many lines that are psychologically profound with regards to the characters.
I wanted her to tell me it was true. To tell me she knew about it. To speak the unspeakable. To prove the unbelievable. Release Dates. Official Sites.
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