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Butter A lonely obese boy everyone calls Butter is about to make history He is going to eat himself to death live on the Internet and everyone is invited to watch When he first makes the announcement online

  • Title: Butter
  • Author: Erin Jade Lange
  • ISBN: 9781599907802
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A lonely obese boy everyone calls Butter is about to make history He is going to eat himself to death live on the Internet and everyone is invited to watch When he first makes the announcement online to his classmates, Butter expects pity, insults, and possibly sheer indifference What he gets are morbid cheerleaders rallying around his deadly plan Yet as their dark eA lonely obese boy everyone calls Butter is about to make history He is going to eat himself to death live on the Internet and everyone is invited to watch When he first makes the announcement online to his classmates, Butter expects pity, insults, and possibly sheer indifference What he gets are morbid cheerleaders rallying around his deadly plan Yet as their dark encouragement grows, it begins to feel a lot like popularity And that feels good But what happens when Butter reaches his suicide deadline Can he live with the fallout if he doesn t go through with his plans With a deft hand, E.J Lange allows readers to identify with both the bullies and the bullied in this all consuming look at one teen s battle with himself.

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    1. Kelly (and the Book Boar) on said:

      Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/I read Butter over two weeks ago, but never got around to writing a review pretty much because I didn’t want to get trolled. In case you aren’t already aware . . . . After all the backlash the original blurb (not the book itself, because everyone decided to get asshurt before the damn thing was even released so they could read it) for Holding Up the Universe, I was more than a little scurrrrred to share all of my thoughts about this book. Really, thou [...]

    2. Stacia (the 2010 club) on said:

      You think I eat a lot now? That's nothing. Tune in December 31st, when I will stream a live webcast of my last meal. I can't take another year in this fat suit, but I can end this year with a bang. If you can stomach it, you're invited to watch I eat myself to death.- ButterThis is the opening paragraph. If that isn't enough to catch someone's attention, then I don't know what else would.Before I picked this book up, I was a little nervous. I've tried to read books which dealt with similar issue [...]

    3. Marta Álvarez on said:

      Un tono sorprendentemente ácido para el tema que trata. Uno esperaría otra Hazel Grace, pero Butter es diferente. Tiene un humor inquietante, y la autora ha sabido narrarnos su psicología de modo que el lector llegue a comprender a Butter antes de que él se comprenda a sí mismo, pero sin que resulte por ello un personaje cargante o poco inteligente.Creo que la definición que Andrea Tomé da en la contraportada es la mejor forma de explicar Butter: morbosamente adictivo. Desde luego, sería [...]

    4. Hannah on said:

      I'm going to be honest here. I struggle a lot with sizeism. Even though I've learned, rationally, that size and health are not directly related, and that overeating is an eating disorder like any other, I still struggle. The idea that thin equals healthy, and that fat people are lazy and just need to stop eating so much and just try to be healthy were instilled in me so much while growing up that it's really hard to let go of them. I'll know that my thoughts are really mean and problematic, but [...]

    5. Sarah Churchill on said:

      Fantastic. A sort of dark comedy that gives insight into another form of bullying - that of the 'friends' who use and abuse, which the victim ignores because they just want to be accepted and have friends.The whole premise of this book is so dark and disturbing that it's difficult to explain how normal it seems while reading, and how caught up you get in Butter's predicament. The scene where Butter earns his nickname is one of the most shocking scenes of the book, but also a very important one f [...]

    6. Ylenia on said:

      This book was on my TBR for like a year (at least) and I finally decided to pick it up and read it. Long story short: it's a good book, but not the best. I wasn't expecting anything from it so I wasn't disappointed but I didn't even feel the "meh" feeling I usually have after finishing a 3 stars book.Main problem I had with Butter was that I couldn't relate to the main character. I didn't feel connected, didn't feel anything. I was just reading about him and I kind of wanted to finish the book. [...]

    7. Kelly on said:

      3.5.Butter's a fat kid. That's something no one would argue with and something he himself identifies with. But he's so alone, and he's sad about being alone. He hates knowing what it is that keeps him alone is that number. Over the last few months, he's made good friends with Anna online -- Anna goes to his school, fits in with the in crowd, and has absolutely no idea the boy she talks to online (who goes by the name JP) is really Butter. Then one day, Butter decides he's going to stand up for h [...]

    8. Thomas on said:

      Here's my preface: I know some people are naturally heavier than others. I'm aware that some people have medical issues. I know, as cliche as it sounds, that what's on the inside matters much more than what's on the outside.But Butter was just so frustrating. I don't want to sound insensitive or make it seem like I'm a jerk who hates obese people, but this book had me on the edge. The main character, at 423 pounds, would eat to upset his mom and would fail to take responsibility for his actions [...]

    9. Craig MacLachlan on said:

      Erin Jade Lange has written an astounding, heart provoking, wonderful novel, BUTTER. I read BUTTER in two days and couldn't put it down. The writing is crisp and clean along with the characterization and Erin Lange immersed me into the story so well that at times I forgot I was reading a book!One of my all time favorite books is WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS. BUTTER deals with real life issues just like in WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS, though on a totally different scale and I now place BUTTER alongside [...]

    10. Ash Rocketship on said:

      1. I didn't realize this was a young adult novel when I bought it, so I was actually expecting a grossly morbid story devoid of plot and morality, which I was looking forward to. When I realized it was a young adult novel, I knew I was in for something moralistic and terrible. My fault, obviously. 2. I cannot imagine that Erin Jade Lange has ever been fat, known a fat person, or even seen a person who actually weighed 423 pounds. 3. The writing was flat, boring, and sloppy. Sometimes getting thr [...]

    11. Matt on said:

      When lonely outcast 16-year old Butter decides to post a website proclaiming a countdown to his New Years Eve event: "Butter's Last Meal" where he plans to eat himself to death live, he finds that his popularity explodes. Suddenly, the 432-pound Butter finds himself inside of the cool crowd, buds with the jocks, invited to all the parties, and - for the first time - Butter finds he has friends, and the girl of his dreams doesn't seem so unattainable.But as time goes on the the clock counts down [...]

    12. Sue on said:

      I wasn't sure what to think when I started this novel. The premise disturbed and fascinated me, but I had put off reading it for a few months since it had arrived in our library. I should have read it the minute it entered our doors. I finished it in a day and it is occupying a dark corner of my brain, and may do so for some time.Butter is a morbidly obese sixteen year old on the cusp of entering senior high school. His nickname is the result of a horrifying bullying incident about 5 years befor [...]

    13. Steph Su on said:

      Oh, but this book had so much potential! Unfortunately, BUTTER’s casual treatment of its characters’ actions and motivations lessened the quality of what could have been a thought-provoking YA contemporary novel on the highly relevant issues of bullying, obesity, and body image.The main character, Butter, is a likable guy. Any reader, male or female, who has experienced adolescent insecurities in any form will want to reach out to him, to let him know that he is not alone. Deep down he reall [...]

    14. Sandra Uv on said:

      5/5Butter es un libro maravilloso que duele y mucho.Para mi, una lectura imprescindible.Reseña completa: addicionaloslibros

    15. Jenni Arndt on said:

      You can read all of my reviews at Alluring Reads.A copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Butter was a book that I knew I had to read. As someone who has had eating disorders around her all her life I am always intrigued to see how an author handles the subject. Now, we get to read about anorexia and bulimia all the time, but I have never come across a book that tackles the other end of the eating disorder spectrum. That's right, we finally have a novel about obesity [...]

    16. Anjana on said:

      JP/Butter is an obese boy in high school with a love for the saxophone and quite obviously, food. Butter's high school life involves him pretty much being ignored by everyone as he's way past the weight to be bullied as the fat kid; most of his classmates just feel sorry for him now. He's also crushing on a girl from his school called Anna, but she'd never talk to him if she knew who he really was so he uses fake online identity called JP, claiming to be a boy from a nearby high school, and gets [...]

    17. Roxanne on said:

      First off: Kid eating himself to death? Really? I love the idea but on the internet? Not so sure anymore.Second off: Kid gets encouragement? Really? Is he that unpopular they want to see him die in front of a webcam? How cruel and Sadistic This sounds like a kind of bully story that I'll love. Now I sound like the sadistic one. But hey if it's about teen angst or something of the sort. You got me wanting it.Conclusion: I want this book. And Butter I hope you don't want 'fame' that much

    18. Cory on said:

      I read the unedited first chapter on AW. I think this will be awesome and I eagerly anticipate it.

    19. Juan Manuel Sarmiento on said:

      Brutal y genuina, Butter es una novela sobre el silencio ante el acoso escolar que narra una historia que podría estar pasando en tu propio instituto. Tengo mucha curiosidad por qué otras historias nos tiene preparada la autora, porque ésta ha sido bastante original.Reseña completa en THE BEST READ YET BLOG

    20. Hermochi on said:

      Me ha gustado la forma de tratar el tema y se lee muy bien. Hace un buen retrato del bullying, el personaje está muy bien creado y muy interesante. No obstante, me hubiera gustado que profundizara en algunas de las tramas, puesto que es muy lineal y podría tener más tramas secundarias.

    21. Yani on said:

      For starters, it's not a bad book, however, it isn't really my kind of book either. I feel like I'm about 5-10 years to old for it. The style is quite direct and easy; not very special. The plot is quite simple, but worked out logically. Just not my type.

    22. Alicia Siekierski on said:

      3,5 stars**This book was incredibly well written and the structure was great overall. Even though the pace was really fast, for some reason I didn't get as involved in the story as I wished but I think that maybe if I read this story in the past when I was having thoughts similar to Butter's, I would have given this book 5 stars.

    23. Rebecca on said:

      Maybe I'll have better luck another time but for now, this isn't really working for me. I liked the representation of binging, obesity, etc. and starting to address important issues, but I struggled with the characters and tone. I was already fed up with the romance.

    24. Lizy on said:

      I've been dying to read this book ever since I saw it recommended to me on a few months ago. It has all of these things I thought would be interesting to read about: a 400+ lb main character, binge eating, a threat of suicide, people cheering on unhealthy habits. To be a little bit TMI, as someone who's dabbled in NSFW commissioned writing, binge eating / weight gain has been one of the topics I've had to write about. So I *had* to read this book. I had to see how it could be covered in a way t [...]

    25. Patt on said:

      Llevaba unos cuantos meses esperando esta novela como agua de mayo. Prometía ser una historia diferente y bastante impactante. Y ha cumplido mis expectativas."Butter" está protagonizada por un chico de 17 años con obesidad mórbida. Harto de su peso, de que su padre lo ignore, de no poder tocar un repertorio largo con su saxofón porque se agota decide poner fin a su vida la noche de fin de año y lo anuncia en una página web. Los chicos "populares" del instituto lo ven y, de repente, lo con [...]

    26. Zach M on said:

      In my English class, we are required to read at least one book each month, and for the month of November I read "Butter" by Erin Jade Lange. The books cover initially intrigued me, the simplistic abstract design. The simple title, the substance of the title. All of it made me curious as to just what this book was all about.The book is about an obese high school student named Marshall; or as he's more commonly referred to as, "Butter". Due to his weight problems and awkward nature, Butter is a so [...]

    27. Nieves Villalón on said:

      Un libro muy, MUY, necesario. Tenemos que recapacitar sobre lo que estamos haciendo con nuestra sociedad, porque vamos en picado.No sé si con la literatura conseguiremos algo, pero deberíamos reflexionar sobre cómo podemos ser tan crueles, activa o pasivamente, para llegar al punto de que una persona se quiera suicidar POR NUESTRA CULPA. En serio, pensadlo.Es un libro duro, que hace mella, pero leedlo. Leedlo y haced un examen de conciencia, que nunca viene mal.

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