• Re: Trailer Trash

  • A Do-Over Story
  • By: FortySixtyFour
  • Narrated by: Amy Landon
  • Length: 25 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (197 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Everyone wants a second chance. But at what cost?

In the year 2045, an MRI mishap transmits Tabitha Moore's mind back into her body in the past.

Now it's 1998. She's 13 years old, and she has to confront her long miserable lifetime of failures—and, once again, being trailer trash—all over again.

Or does she?

Experience the story of someone who's been given a chance to redo their entire life, starting at the last few days of middle school. This wholesome, heartfelt, and sometimes heart-wrenching do-over novel is sure to be your new obsession.

Grab your copy today!

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No teenage girl should ever read this book!!!

This is a time travel story where a 60 year old woman has an MRI accident in the year 2045 that sends her back to her 13 year old self in 1998. It's a Mary Sue self insert trauma porn revenge power fantasy about her own life. Very strange narrativly but not necessarily uninteresting or bad and even quite emotional at certain points.

The problem is her blatant fat-phobia. Right from the first chapter she's constantly talking about how gross and disgusting her boated and chubby body is, when she starts working out she talks about how it wobbles in unpleasant ways, her mother is described as obese and corpulent and it's made clear that she thinks being fat is a moral failing and that its impossible to be fat and happy or popular or worthy. She starves herself and works out 6 hours a day until she's in shape and barely gets more than mild concern for her change in behavior in between blatant praise for her improvement. When she's skinny and fit she is constantly skipping meals and worried about gaining weight. She breaks her arm and has a panic attack at the idea of not being able to do strenuous exercises because she might get fat. At one point it looks like she's starting over again and she literally says she'd rather kill herself than live as a fat person again.

I enjoyed the story and may even pick up the next book but this element of the story is pretty unacceptable and deserves a warning especially if any teens are going to read this.

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Best book I have read this year !!!!!

Will not say too much to avoid spoiling the plot. I do not care what Genre you usually read, but this is a gem you absolutely do not want to miss. I am looking forward to the next installment more than any other series I have read in the last few years.

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very good

I really enjoyed this story, even though it's not my usual genre. Time travel is really the only fantasy part about this story and otherwise is more a story about a girl growing up. extremely well written. great character development

short description more for me. possible spoilers



65 year old women travels back to her 13 year old body. woman grew up poor and obese and chooses to use her knowledge of the future to get fit and ultimately make some money. saves police. makes three friends. child abuse enemies. more to come probably

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two short

Loved the story. But it just ended. We don't know what happened to everyone.

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wow, more than a story

This book has a huge amount of information about overcoming childhood trauma from disprivileged homes

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I Do not enjoy this kind of a story so why

I grabbed this book out of sheer boredom and and the 25 hrs got me to grab it.
At first the story was ok it turned into an aspect i never much thought about and before i knew it i was cheering tabby on getting pissed and laffing.
This story is amazing it makes you think makes you notice and even makes you look at whats around you.
FortySixtyFour you are amazing and i look forward too the next book.
Amy Landon you did an amazing job thank you your voice is amazing.
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If you are looking for a good book to pass the time or just in a mood this book is perfect it will pull you in and you will walk away with a new perspective on many things lol the story is a slice of life book about a second chance something many wish they had lol me included .
There is high school life. family life. people and friends. and more. give the book a try and enjoy.

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Please Keep Writing

This was a great book. I can’t wait to see what happens next. Please keep writing I hope to see a lot more from this author.

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A swift kick where it hurts in a good way

I cant recommend this enough. Its relatable, its nostalgic. It hits you in the gonads like a college football kicker wearing steel toe boots, because you find yourself not listening to the character but swimming in your childhood. Painful and amazing memories, thoughts and people you forgot surface and you relive it. I did at least. Its a rollercoaster that leaves you wanting more, its good… so good. Probably the most amazing thing to come from Royal Road Ive seen translate its way to physical book. If you want to ride along with a story that is absolutely astounding in quality and one that will bring back the good memories of youth and admittedly some of the bad, all while pulling you back in. This book is for you. Read it. I can’t say it any more ways. Read it.

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4.5 stars

I decided to bump this up to five stars because it’s rare that I come across a book this ambitious and unique in this genre. This novel has the feel of Literature much more than your everyday time-travel adventure.

My only reservations about giving Re: Trailer Trash the full five stars come down to the occasional repetitiveness of the sometimes melodramatic inner monologues, the way that some of the characters and side-plots just fall out of the story and are never commented on again, and lastly that the narrator was mostly very good, but not great. I’m sure some people will disagree with me about the narration because on the whole it was very good. There were just several places where their delivery pulled me out of the story.

Still, this audiobook was exceptional in many ways. It managed to skirt the mature end of YA without insulting the reader’s intelligence and unlike most of the do-over fantasies the MC’s emotional regression doesn’t come off as unbelievable or icky… By icky I mean the way that authors of these kinds of stories seem to always fail to make their supposedly middle-aged MC’s attraction to young teens feel like anything other than thinly-justified pedophilia.

Though I did occasionally find the story a bit overwrought with the emotional turmoil, it was still a really good, character-driven novel.

I highly recommend this to anyone who doesn’t have macho insecurity issues and who isn’t uncomfortable with identifying with the emotions and feelings of a confused girl/woman for about 25 hours. If you fall into either of those categories, please just give this a pass instead of listening to a few hours, inevitably returning it, and then leaving a negative review.

This author deserves only to be praised for their exceptional story and clear dedication, and/or critiqued constructively.

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this book is a tearjerker

I wish I had a time machine so I can listen to book two me thinks it's going to be a long time

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  • Ruston
  • 11-22-22

Wonderful story!

The narrator did a great job. The story was very interesting. Overall, I really enjoyed the book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-15-22

I wasn’t expecting much, but damn was it written well

I went into this without that much since I usually like more fantasy in what I listen to, and this only has that aspect when it comes to the premise of the series, which is the time travel in the beginning.
I found that the MC is highly intelligent, but with flaws. She is OP, but not to the point that it gets annoying. And she makes a lot of mistakes when trying to rectify her life, which make her a compelling character.


The story always had some form of tension, with buildup, and the author rewarded that tension.
The book is in no way finished as there is so much more of the story to tell, but it doesn’t end on a horrible cliffhanger, which is nice as there is only one book out now.

The narrator was also pretty good, and I was able to differentiate who was talking based on the voices, which is a must for audiobooks.

What I didn’t like was when the MC dreamt or imagined things, but those parts were few and far between.

Overall a very good story with a good MC and solid story. I normally don’t give 5 stars, and I am a bit in doubt due to some things, but since the experience overall was good I decided it was worth it.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 10-16-22

Loved it

Was on the fence about getting this one, but so happy I got it. Wonderful story which had me hooked all the way.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-07-22

Well worth the wait

I’ve been following forty on Patreon, reading this chapter by chapter for the past few years.

The story itself does a fantastic job of melding a fantasy element - going to the past - with real worth experiences.

This story really gets across the messy nature of life and does a great job of showing the effect choices have - on your own life and that of others.

If you’re unsure about listening or reading this I would definely recommend giving it a go.

10/10 would listen/ read again ( I bought the paperback too)

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  • O. J-kahn
  • 10-05-22

Enjoyed this even more than expected

I almost passed on this because the only fantasy element seemed to be the setup. I thought it might just be about repeating high school as a popular girl. The actual story is much more interesting than that with Tabitha facing some serious challenges that can't be handwaved away with future knowledge.

3 stars from me is a solid positive score. I recommend this to anyone who likes the premise and I'll be keen to read whatever the author comes up with next.

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  • jason
  • 09-19-22

Not really a fantasy novel

This was not really a fantasy novel . But I'm glad I listened to it . Probably needs to be re categorized . If this was the author writing about their youth , I think they let the parents off lightly . I also hope they are getting the help they need to work through the issues . And if it was just a book , it was well written and engaging . Well worth the journey .

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  • Brendan Pert
  • 09-13-22

Fantastic

Terrific, Heart-wrenching and Cathartic
One of my favourite books I've ever had the pleasure of reading.