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by Richard Uhlig


Rick Uhlig says you wouldn’t want to know how close his actual childhood town was to Last Dance’s somewhat fictional Harker City. Married to his high school sweetheart, Rick is an avid international traveller and the father of two young children. He now lives in New York City.

Rick Uhlig says you wouldn’t want to know how close his actual childhood town was to Last Dance’s somewhat fictional Harker City. Mass Market Paperback: 368 pages.

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Start by marking Last Dance at the Frosty Queen as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In this novel written for young adults, Richard Uhlig takes a bittersweet, unsentimental and sometimes humorous look at a small town in the late 1980s - Harker City, Kansas, isn’t much to speak of - the biggest business competition in town is between two funeral homes, one of which Arthur Flood’s dad owns. Arty is about to graduate from high school and has two things on his mind: sex and getting out of town. This was the first (and only) book where I got what it mean when people would say "I literally couldn't put it down.

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Like when people see their lives flash before their eyes. Richard Uhlig, Last Dance at the Frosty Queen. But you know what they say-there's no one like your first true love. So I guess she flies all over the world and meets all kinds of men. You're too young to understand this now but when you get to be my age, you try to start enjoying every God-given day. Hell, you try to enjoy every God-given moment.

On the dock of a lake in a tiny town at the corner of Nowhere & Nowhere, he sits counting the seconds until his high school graduation-at which point Arthur M. Flood intends to leave his hick life far behind in the brown Kansas dust. up from the lake's muddy depths swims a girl.

On the dock of a lake in a tiny town at the corner of Nowhere & Nowhere, he sits counting the seconds until his high school graduationat which point Arthur M.

I’d love to say that I grew up reading Cervantes and Tolstoy, but I didn’t. Uhlig’s evocation of small-town life is perfect. echoed in changes, at turns poignant and dramatic. School Library Journal. I grew up watching The Munsters and Hogan’s Heroes. God, I hate to think how many hours I spent in front of the TV a. ore about Richard Uhlig. Raging hormones, angsty rants and reckless behavior fuel this accomplished black comedy. Looking for More Great Reads? Discover Book Picks from the CEO of Penguin Random House US. Close. Download Hi Res.

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On the dock of a lake in a tiny town at the corner of Nowhere & Nowhere, he sits counting the seconds until his high school graduation—at which point Arthur M. Flood intends to leave his hick life far behind in the brown Kansas dust. That's the plan. Until . . . up from the lake's muddy depths swims a girl. She's not a mermaid, but she is the one who shakes up Arty's life, makes him mad and mad for her, and helps him find a pathway to his past, his future, and where his heart truly lies.Teens will recognize their own emotional landscape in this steamy, funny, coming-of-age tale in which the heart tries to hide, only to be utterly exposed by love and lust, lost and found.From the Hardcover edition.
Skilkancar
This is a interesting and funny story about the struggles of a teenage boy in small town America. It is insightful and tender in its character development. This is a new author's first published work. I look forward to more.
Error parents
My first 18 years were spent in Herington, Kansas, the setting for this book. Every location described was vividly familiar to me. I read the book in 2 days and really enjoyed it. I would not expect it to be as interesting to those who did not grow up there. The real Frosty Queen was actually the Frigid Queen in real life, if you can believe it.
misery
This book was for my junior year at Longwood University. It was a required reading for the class that starts tomorrow.
Kakashkaliandiia
Follow this rebellious youth through his coming of age in rural America. A love story. A dysfunctional family. A kid trying to find his way. And a story that grips you to the very end.
Undeyn
This book really spoke to me, since I too have a dream of leaving my home and going somewhere, but obviously for different reasons. I also really liked the dirty humor in this book.
Snowseeker
My friend told me to read this book and I am so glad that she did because I find it absolutely amazing. I have re-read it a couple times and it is definitely one of my favorite books.
Kanal
This is probably one of my favorite books of all time, and it's one of the few books I've read more than once. Coming from a small town, I suppose I can relate closely to this story, but I think that anyone would like this book.

Although this is a YA novel, I would recommend it to high school aged kids over middle schoolers. The language and content isn't appropriate for middle schoolers.
Listen, Im only 17, going on 18 pretty soon I might add, so I've still got a lot of time to read more books. But I've also read a lot of books for my life and my age so far. And I have to say the moment I saw this book the title intrigued me and I quickly checked it out of my library.

I'm a female and I didn't find the authors use of words offending and I was not "grossed out" by the content. I laughed at every minute of it. In fact that's what kept me reading. Hear me out, the author uses some words I've honestly never read in a book before and I've read plenty of books(though now I'm thinking I was reading the wrong books all along haha)and at first I was sort of taken aback when the word hard on first showed up but that's exactly when I knew this book was going to be something like I've never read before. And it turned out to be a good thing.

I'm not gonna sit here and tell you the whole plot of the book, cause between you and me I loathe reviwes that practially give away the whole book. I'm just going to say that it's a hugely hilarious book with probly the best ending to a book I've ever read, It totally took me by surprise. I'm the kind of person who will go to the last chapter or page of a book and read it before I start the book from the beginning but luckily I didn't with this book because I would have been kicking myself for weeks. The ending is GREAT! So just trust me and read it for yourself. This book is a great portrail of life in a small town, I think so anyway. And it totally tells a great story from a teenage boys point of view which isn't written about often in young teen literature, I was so happy to finally be able to get into the mind of a teenage boy and it was hilarious, longing, and shall I say horny? Great Book.
Last Dance at the Frosty Queen ebook
Author:
Richard Uhlig
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Literature & Fiction
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Knopf Books for Young Readers (August 14, 2007)
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