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Edward Bloor
I have always been a writer, for as far back as I can remember. In the mid-1990s, I sold a novel that was marketed in the young adult genre. Since then, things have gone very, very well. I am married to a beautiful teacher named Pam. We have two children--Amanda and Spencer. show more

I have always been a writer, for as far back as I can remember. In the mid-1990s, I sold a novel that was marketed in the young adult genre. Since then, things have gone very, very well. I am married to a beautiful teacher named Pam. We have two children--Amanda and Spencer.
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Birth date: October 12, 1950
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Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it 4 years ago
Interesting....and weird. I read this along with my son as part of his summer reading. I'm sure a 13-year-old can relate to this book much better than I can right now. A good title for this book could be "The Life And Times Of Paul Fisher", as it really never went anywhere, but the situations Paul e...
Mandafofanda Reads Lots
Mandafofanda Reads Lots rated it 7 years ago
For a kid's book, I was a bit surprised at how readable and engrossing I found it (I'm in my 20's). Paul is a smart kid, crazy about soccer and a bit cynical but with an open mind and a good heart. Paul is Ashlee Simpson to his older brother's Jessica Simpson, and this book is the song "Shadow" with...
mollysmommyreads
mollysmommyreads rated it 10 years ago
An interesting and humorous read.
Flying Kick-a-pow!
Flying Kick-a-pow! rated it 12 years ago
I HATED THIS BOOK. The main character is extremely annoying. The plot is all over the place--sometimes boring, sometimes too dramatic. A bunch of people die randomly. I don't recommend it.
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 12 years ago
This is a good satire on the current state of our education system and the No Child Left Behind program. In this story 8th grader Kate and her genius uncle George (who is actually younger than her) are invited to attend the Whittaker Magnet School. George, who is a bit of genius, is thrilled but Kat...
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