The Math Teacher Is Dead Danny Vandervere has the world on a string beautiful athletic intelligent rich popular but the string starts to unravel when Danny trips over the corpse of his math teacher during his morning run

  • Title: The Math Teacher Is Dead
  • Author: Robert L. Manners
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  • Page: 147
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  • Danny Vandervere has the world on a string beautiful, athletic, intelligent, rich, popular but the string starts to unravel when Danny trips over the corpse of his math teacher during his morning run.

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    1. This is available for free on the author's website (at least, I seem to remember getting it from there)- a great example of "you get what you pay for." The main character is so "perfect" it's disturbing, the whodunnit is pretty obvious right from the word go, and, well okay, the biggest issue is the main character. He just makes you want to smack him really, really hard- he's irritating as all holy hell. All humans are flawed, and it stands out like a sore thumb when in fiction they're not. It r [...]

    2. As some negative reviews can confirm, this book will not please everybody.It involves a 16 y.o. gay boy having explicit promiscuous sex with a rather large number of people (among them adults and women), including two of his teachers. Many will especially frown upon this last detail and will dismiss the fact that sex was solicited by the boy himself as inconsequential.Having a rather open minded attitude to sex myself I will dismiss such qualms and concentrate on the novel.The author spins a fan [...]

    3. It actually didn't end up being too bad, although it was obvious that Ash was the obsessed murderer as soon as you met him. And especially his reaction when he walked in on Danny and the cop talking outside Danny's room. So it needs to work on being more subtle, so that it leaves you guessing a bit. It starts off really bad, as if it is just some erotic story rather than something more. Danny really was an annoying character because of his perfection, and I really disliked that the majority of h [...]

    4. I actually found this quite amusing, though extremely slutty. The title is quite amusing, and not at all like one would anticipate the book to be like. Also, there was a bit too much shallow introspection with not much solid purpose to the book; so if you're looking for something with a point or active sleuthing, this book is not for you. If you're looking for a light read with some smut and a go-with-the-flow main character, this is for you. It also happens to be a coming-of-ager with some oddl [...]

    5. Sixteen year old Marcus Daniel Vandervere IV has it all, born of the family that founded the town of Vandervere, and which still virtually runs everything there; he is intelligent and a year advanced at school, an accomplished pianist, extremely kind and good natured, probably the most popular boy in his school, exceptionally good looking, well built and hung. He is also gay and very promiscuous, finding it hard to refuse anyone including many of his teachers, male and female. But while he is fr [...]

    6. I lasted about four pages into this book before I was fed up. Danny’s family owns the town. Danny is the best-looking boy in town. Danny is the richest boy in town. Danny is the best-endowed boy in town. Danny is absolutely the best in everything, in every way. Danny has only to look at any male to make him want to please Danny sexually in any way Danny wants. I can’t tell you how many times this is hammered home in—as I said—the first four pages. What is not stated is that Danny is arro [...]

    7. The "unbelievableness" of Danny Vandervere. It was better than I expected and I was able to really enjoy the story after I got over the Danny Vandervere's uber-perfection.This is not a typical MM romance. (view spoiler)[ Danny and his boyfriend Jeremy love each other but they are not in love with each other and at the end of the book, they agree on that and break up nicely. Nice change from the usual high school soul mates we are used to, though I prefer the soul mate version. (hide spoiler)]It [...]

    8. Some of this book was okay, the characters were unbearable at best and the way the story went after a while was just short of horrible. I wasted time reading the book and the two stars I gave it were generous but I did not enjoy this book at all. I gave a couple of hours to it and was glad it was not a longer story because I think I might have cried from boredom. Some of the book was interesting but completely unrealistic in most places. I am someone who is all for out and proud characters but t [...]

    9. I was entertained by this story. The only thing that bothered me was the fact that it didn't seem like the author could make up his mind whether or not to make this an adult story. There's a fine line considering the main character is a teen. While some of the sex is a part of the story, it's not necessary to include all the self-admiration and masturbation of a teenage boy to keep the flow. Otherwise, it's a good story with fairly well-developed characters.

    10. A sentimental and unrealistic portrayal of a serious subject matter that succeeds in trivializing what is really a very deep matter. Even the ending was blatantly predictable early on in the story. The prose is flowery and shallow, forcing the reader to skim through large sections of unrelated descriptions that add nothing to the drama.

    11. Decent story of the love between two high school boys. If you can get through the first three chapters, then it's worth reading.The description of the MC sexual conquests was hard to believe, 300+ by age sixteen? The murder mystery wasn't much of a mystery. I figured out whodunit when the character was introduced.

    12. This was a good book with a solid story. It could have used another shot with the editing but otherwise a good read. It's a great book for any gay teen. No graphic sex that I can remember but some light stuff.

    13. the constant switch from who's thoughts and emotions are being named rubbed me worse than the way the main character is perfect and everyone around him is weird.I thought I was going to be in for a fun, dramatic and scary read, instead I felt annoyed by everyone in the book.

    14. This was such an odd story that I could not decide if I liked it or not. What I cannot deny is that the writing was first rate and compelling enough to keep me reading to the end. The characters were well developed and relatable even though not always likeable.

    15. Could not finish. To much for teens I felt, glad I got it for free, stopped reading after about 50 pages, It only talked about how perfect he was in everything and no flaws. Extremely boring because it was mostly about his gay experience, and sex only.

    16. Extremely obvious plot with a main character that has to be the author's wet dream, but still an enjoyable and quick read.

    17. Good BookIt was a twist to read but very mind wrapping. Danny sounds like someone I dated in high school so I can relate. I highly recommend this book.

    18. So, bought this book not realizing what the book was about so started reading it. If you don't mind a little gay graphic detail then this is a pretty good book.

    19. Not a bad mystery but not a good one either. The lead is likeable and unlikeable at the same time. There are a few plot holes that are never touched on again.

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