Stupid Fast – Review

Stupid Fast by Geoff Herbach

Published in 2011

Pages: 311

Genre: Young adult

“This could be a dark tale!”

Not necessarily what one would expect to be the first line in a book about puberty and running, this is an apt beginning to an increasingly complex story. Stupid Fast, by Geoff Herbach, follows a dorky kid living in Bluffton, Wisconsin who one day wakes to find copious amounts of body hair and a natural ability to run faster than anyone else around. This newfound penchant for speed opens up new worlds for Felton as he tries to outrun his familial problems, discover who he is, and court the pretty piano player who lives in his best friend’s house for the summer. Continue reading “Stupid Fast – Review”