Run the Game

Run the Game In this gritty novel from the author of Exit Here and Dead End love is a high priced and dangerous game Play or be played Alexander didn t believe in love at first sight until he met Patti She s the
  • Title: Run the Game
  • Author: Jason Myers
  • ISBN: 9781442414327
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • Run the Game
    In this gritty novel from the author of Exit Here and Dead End, love is a high priced and dangerous game Play or be played.Alexander didn t believe in love at first sight until he met Patti She s the kind of girl you hear about in songs gorgeous, feisty, and dangerous Being with Patti is better than any high, and he can t live without her But Alexander s not the oIn this gritty novel from the author of Exit Here and Dead End, love is a high priced and dangerous game Play or be played.Alexander didn t believe in love at first sight until he met Patti She s the kind of girl you hear about in songs gorgeous, feisty, and dangerous Being with Patti is better than any high, and he can t live without her But Alexander s not the only one who wants to be with Patti Burke ruthlessly takes what he wants and will kill to protect what is his And he won t let Patti go without a fight If Patti and Alexander are going to be together, their love will come at a steep price Because some promises are meant to be broken, and not all debts can be paid in cash.
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  • Jason Myers

    There is than one author with this nameJason Myers was born in 1980 and raised on a farm ten miles outside of the small town of Dysart, Iowa Afterhe graduated high school, he moved to San Francisco where he studiedfilm at the Academy of Art University It was there, after taking aScreenwriting 3 class that he met and studied under the inspiring instructorand author James Dalessandro James helped Myers grasp the value ofhaving great stories within the story and also the value of pacing He alsotaught him how to structure his stories in a way that made the reader feelinvested Myers then sat down in early 2003 and began working on whatwould become the first draft of Exit Here He signed with literary agentGary Heidt and in 2005, at the age of 24, he signed a major publishingdeal with Simon Schuster Exit Here would go on to be released in Mayof 2007 and thus far the book has sold over 90, 000 copies worldwide.In 2010, Myers second book, The Mission, also on Simon Schuster,was released worldwide The book went into its third printing six monthsafter its release and has already sold nearly 30,000 copies to date Myersrecently signed a new two book deal with Simon Schuster His next book,Dead End, a Midwestern Gothic back roads chase thriller will be released on6.14.2011 and his fourth book is set to be released in the Summer of2012.Myers continues to reside in San Francisco and writes full time.


  • The first time I ever got picked up at the A LOT, I was nervous as fuck I ain t a homo Putting that shit in your mouth Slamming or getting slammed up the ass Shit makes me wanna fucking vomit Sends fucking shivers down my spine and shit So I recently re read my review and realized it was kinda all over the place and just well, sloppy Since I don t really care enough to spend time writing a whole new review, here are some quick reasons why I did not like Run the Game It s marketed towards readers [...]

  • Frankly, I see most of the reviews that I ve read to be based off of stupidity, and closed mindedness I m 17 years old, and I know a good book when I read it It s not because I live a life like that, or even want to But people do go through this There are people that are power hungry like Lars, or Burke There are also people that fall in love daily Jason went beyond what was expected of him you may not see a 14 year old prostitute, and 19 year old junkie fall in love, but he symbolized it as a r [...]

  • To everyone saying horrible things about this book YOU HAVE TO LIKE THR STYLE OF WRITTING Jason Myers writes very detailed graphic scenese That s his style If you don t like that stylen t read the books Its directed towards young audience s, no I wouldn t refined this book to anyone s under the age of 18 but I read all three books that best previously written a d love all 3 of them and am reading this one now People are so fast to say bad things about all the graphics or what not but the sad thi [...]

  • It s simple You either love this book or you hate it I loved it The fact that people are getting mad at how grapic it is, read reviews before you buy it Jason Myers is known for his grafic, sex, drugs books I love books like these The end of the book is kind of predictable But it made me sad still haha I d reccomend it to friends if I knew they liked these kind of books I ve read all four of his books HUGE fan of Exit here By far my favorite book But I can t wait until his next book I will DEFIN [...]

  • Raw, hardcore, not for the conservative or faint at heart That being said, I LOVED it This book takes a huge turn somewhere that you really don t want it to goabout a wanna be band member teenager and his struggles with drugs, sex, rock n roll, friendships and relationships Can t wait to read from this author

  • Contains Spoilers Jason Myers is one of my favorite authors While browsing in a book store, I discovered he came out with a new book called Run The Game I purchased it and read it This book started off very good The first page really sucks the reader in And Jason Myers does a fantastic job of keeping the reader interested Each page mentions information the reader wants and needs to know This novel contains many ups and downs It s a very edgy book Run The Game is classified as a young adult book, [...]

  • Unicorn to heaven Panther to hell This grunge fest of sex, drugs and rock n roll took me completely by surprise In a good way This isn t an easy book to get through or even something everyone will enjoy simply because of the gritty subject matter and maybe even because of the way it s written But, it s SO different Believe me when I say the author doesn t hold anything back I think what hit me the most was knowing that there are actual people living this life everyday, all around us Heed my warn [...]

  • I have read his previous books and enjoyed them all I especially liked Dead End because I felt that the story had a heart and I really enjoyed the plot and the action It hurts me to give this book such a low review, but I have a lot of problems with it One of them being the labeling of this novel as a Young Adult book I am conflicted in my disapproval of this, because at the same time I know that kids now are saturated with sex and drugs It s the sad truth Are there kids like Patti out there Yes [...]

  • I haven t finished this book yet, but from all of the reviews I ve found on this site about this book, I had to post something.I don t really understand why most of the reviews rate the book 1 star just because of what the book is about Okay, I get it, a lot of you felt uncomfortable, but it wouldn t be fair to an author for a book to be trashed just because of what the book is about.For starters, the book is about a drug addict who falls in love with a 14 year old prostitute That s literally wr [...]

  • I definitely understand what some people are saying by this book having no redeeming qualities However, the only reason I somewhat enjoyed this book is because it explains a perception of life in a world I never knew existed It definitely gave me another view that, unfortunately, is a reality for some people The author very accurately, in my opinion, managed to capture the mindset of a nineteen year old drug addict The profanity, uneducated, and rather misogynistic tone is exactly how I d imagin [...]

  • This book is discusting and has absolutely no redeeming qualities about it from the first page to the last page The descriptions of the sexual encounters are just so wrong that I cannot help but to think the author left cutting edge and fell into I am going for broke The supposed love story between the two main characters is a joke If you enjoyed this book I have serious concerns about your morale character due to the graphic descriptions ie violence, sex anal sex, rape, sodomy and drug abuse Th [...]

  • I was very surprised to find that this book was about young teenagers hooked on drugs, and living a hard life When i bought the book I d expected it to be about a boy and a girl in school falling in love, like most teen books I agree that this is nothing like teen books I ve read It is so violent in it s descriptions, however teens are doing this everyday It was a fantastic book and Jason Meyers wrote it very well The beginning is very confusing, and the ending lead a sense of dread in my heart [...]

  • Upon the first few words of this novel I began questioning how this book got published The way the narrator talked made it seem like the author lacked talent The story was okay but not as mind blowing as Exit Here, which is still why I have high hopes every time this author comes out with a new book Half way thru the author kept dropping hints as to what was going on, so it wasn t as exciting when it actually happened Although the ending was pretty crazy.

  • 518 pages of complete bullshit I had high hopes for this book until I was half way through But like a train wreck, I had to keep watching Jason Myers is probably one of the most narcissistic writers ever, having enough bravery mentioning himself in his own novel Chock full of hipsters and shitty music, this book was a fail.

  • Ugh This book was a complete and utter mess.Alexander Franklin is a nineteen year old junkie loser, who wants to be a rock star in New York He goes to the A Lot, a pick up location for prostitues, to make money to buy drugs, and on one of these pick ups, he meets Patti Smith, a fourteen year old prostitute, and he instantly falls in love with her However, Raymond Burke ruthlessly controls the town of Beaver Falls I know, what kind of name is that , and the police are in his back pocket, so when [...]

  • Run the Game by Jason Myers is a book about a 19 year old young man named Alexander who meets a girl named Patti that is 5 years younger then him in the A lot When Alexander sees her for the first time its love at first site But this love for Patti comes with a price because she is a hooker and and has a pretty messed up family who has abused her for most her life, however she is the toughest person hell ever meet Alexander has to pay Burke in order to keep Patti.What I liked about the book is t [...]

  • I ve had a book hangover with this one for weeks I just can t get it out of my head Let me start off by saying that this book is not for the faint of heart There is explicit sex, drugs, and rock roll within In fact, I m not sure how it could ever be considered a young adult book Although the main characters in the book are teenagers, the subject matter is very adult.The main character narrator, Alexander, would no doubt drive many people crazy in a bad way , but I LOVED him I m not really sure w [...]

  • This book was a very quick read and a very gripping novel After I finished it it was probably a good five minutes after reading the last four pages again that it hit me that I finished it I didn t mind the vulgarity in the slightest, I think it s almost refreshing to have an author write with such vulgarity because not many do and in life, that isn t always the case The vulgarity was needed for a novel like this due to how scandalous and gritty the story line was I enjoyed how the story line was [...]

  • Jason Myers is a GREAT author, but this book did him no justice It was not a good book at all Alexander, the main character, had no emotional attachment to anything except for maybe his penis pardon me excuse me All he talked about were drugs and sex Let me know how he loved Patti after a few minutes of knowing her They shared no connection The sex in this book was downright uninteresting and mostly disgusting The story didn t piece together the way that it should have The characters were all th [...]

  • I believed It was an amazing heartbreaking taled first off I m gonna say some people were right as being labelled a young adult novelbut at the same time , it should be I mean most of these low reviews are basically Parents themselves but as a young adult myself, I believe this give us a depiction of real life, because in real life, there are NO happy endings But My opinion on the book is that I felt bad for Alexander in the ending, because he was blinded by love But then again, he should have s [...]

  • Horrendous story and writing I wish I hadn t wasted my time on this book Books should make you feel as if you are gaining knowledge, this book made me feel as if I was killing brain cells Definitely will not be reading another Jason Myers book.

  • this book was so good until the last couple of chapters I cant believe the ending went down like that it made me hate Jason for doing such a terrible thing

  • Run the Game is another novel by Jason Myers who is competed by no other when comes to writing about profane, obscene stories which are extremely relatable to any teen or adult who has struggled with growing up This book puts reality into the drug scene than any movie or documentary I have ever read, and gave me a better understanding for just how dangerous and corrupted drugs can make a society I love Jason Myers and the main character, Alexander, was very easy to love Although he had some se [...]

  • I ve read exit here and the mission so I had an idea of what kind of characters and situations to expect, but run the game was a little muchr starters, I do not really understand how this is a novel intended for young adults curse words are overused and the language is vulgar as most ya novels are directed toward 13 18 year olds, there is no way I would let my child read a book of this caliber until they are 17 , 16 if I m feeling generous I understand that there are people, children, whose live [...]

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