The Haters


Author: Jesse Andrews

Do you have a favorite band?,,Okay. Good. Unfortunately, it also sucks. And Wes and Corey can tell you exactly how.,,There is nothing Wes and Corey can’t hate on. Even bands they love. In fact, they are incapable of loving anything without relentlessly figuring out ways to hate it, too.,,And so when they are sent to a place as soul-crushing as jazz camp—which is populated almost….Read More

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