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QB 1

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Personal Response-QB 1 by Mike Lupica was more of a boring book to me

Jake Cullen is a freshman football player who comes from a long line of football legacies. His dad was drafted for the NFL but got injured. His brother, Wyatt, plays quarterback for the Texas Longhorns. So, it stands to reason that Jake would play quarterback for his high school team. Of course, some of his fellow teammates believe Jake is just handed everything because of his family name, BUT Jake has had to earn his position on the team. Unfortunately for Jake, there’s a new quarterback in town who wants his position. Jake will have to prove to the team that he’s good enough. Meanwhile, he’s also having dad issues, as Jake seems to think his dad, Troy Cullen, is more fixated/cares more about his brother Wyatt than he does about Jake. And that, in a nutshell is Mike Lupica’s�QB1. OH OH and Jake has a crush on a girl named Sarah.

Jake Cullen is a freshman football player who comes from a long line of football legacies. His dad was drafted for the NFL but got injured. His brother, Wyatt, plays quarterback for the Texas Longhorns. So, it stands to reason that Jake would play quarterback for his high school team. Of course, some of his fellow teammates believe Jake is just handed everything because of his family name, BUT Jake has had to earn his position on the team. Unfortunately for Jake, there’s a new quarterback in town who wants his position. Jake will have to prove to the team that he’s good enough. Meanwhile, he’s also having dad issues, as Jake seems to think his dad, Troy Cullen, is more fixated/cares more about his brother Wyatt than he does about Jake. And that, in a nutshell is Mike Lupica’s�QB1. OH OH and Jake has a crush on a girl named Sarah.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No idiot QB1 means tarting QB? Who wants to hear a story about a backup?

For Bears, backup QB 1 of few questions on offense

Nicolas Tecosky does a decent Texas accent and a fine job reading Lupica’s story. His voice is more mature sounding which works for the whole sports thing. I thought the narrator was well matched to the story. Also, the audiobook of�QB 1 by Mike Lupica takes like no time to listen to at all. It’s only 5 hours and 47 minutes long, so it’s easy to listen to while cleaning on the weekend. The audiobook is produced by Penguin Audio and the quality is on point as usual. If you are going to read�QB 1, I highly suggest going with the audiobook.

Inspired by the real-life Manning family of quarterbacks (father Archie, Super Bowl-winning sons Peyton and Eli) and set amid the football-crazy culture of Texas immortalized in Friday Night Lights, QB 1 is a coming-of-age story perfect for the fan of MILLION-DOLLAR THROW, HEAT, and of course FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS.