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site Edition Verified download. And it was only when I heard that it touched on teenage alcoholism that it actually got my attention. Sutter Keely is apparently the life of the party. And perhaps I missed a screamingly obvious point somewhere along the way, but his repeated references to his kinda-ex-girlfriends weight just really rubbed me up the wrong way. Sutter Keely is all about the Life of the Buzz.

From early morning until late at night, he works on keeping that buzz going. Each of his girlfriends tire of him, he blows off academic life, and has no plans for the future.

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His philosophy: To hell with all problems and barriers. Nothing matters but the Spectacular Now.

It is Aimee Finecky, the nerdy girl he has never really noticed before. But there is something about her that calls to him. He feels a need to help her, to "fix" her, to show her how to have a good time.

But what happens when Aimee falls for him? Even worse, what about how he is suddenly needing her in his life? How will that work? And how will Sutter's journey to find his absent father, ending up on a road trip with Aimee to Fort Worth, Texas, change the direction of his life?

He is more than a party animal. Unlike the ordinary life most people are living in his Oklahoma City neighborhood, he has a mission. He is not looking to the future; he is determined to embrace the moment. To feel everything there is to feel I came to feel sorry for Sutter, and his quest for the constant buzz. I felt sad for him as he fell for Aimee; and then, even more so, when he made a decision that would change everything. The story is not so much a coming-of-age tale as it is a young man's determination to have a different kind of life than his parents or even his friends.

He is trying to carve out his own destiny.

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Paperback Verified download. I think that ultimately what this book is about, plain and simple, is alcoholism.

Anyone who has read this book and truly understood it will now know that the title is ironic. It's ironic because the main character, Sutter Keely, who claims that 'the spectacular now' is enough for him, does not actually spend any time in 'the spectacular now. If anybody who reads this book thinks of Sutter Keely as a hero, some kind of party animal who's living the good life while everybody else suffers, uptight, in their suits and ties, working and living their lives for the nameless, faceless machine is missing the point.

Many are working and living their lives for the nameless, faceless machine and that too is very sad but dulling your senses and escaping it all into a bottle only makes matters worse. I think the author is not very subtle in showing that Sutter's father is what the party eventually becomes: Freedom and joy will never be found in a bottle! The bottle is in fact just another way of making yourself a slave in a society and a world that would be happy to have you as it's slave if you would only oblige.

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You can live your life and pay 'the man' his percentage while still finding joy and wonder at every turn. You can find it in something as big as the stars in the night sky and as small as the tip of your child's nose if you only look with a heart that is pure and a mind that is free. Whether or not Sutter will eventually find his way in this life is left for you to decide.

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