Publisher: Hodder Children's Books
Pages no: 246
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, High School
I saw this book at B&N and bought it without knowing anything about it. I didn’t even read the back cover. All I knew was that I liked this author’s other books, so I thought I’d give this one a try. I was not disappointed.After a summer of doing landscaping work, Tyler’s new muscles attract the att...
Anderson delivers a wonderfully crafted book, yet again. I was even more thrilled with this one since the protagonist was a guy. Until now almost every book written from a male perspective has been written by a male author. I was interested to see how this one would tun out. I’m not sure why I ever ...
Review also posted at Ja čitam, a ti? And here I though that my high school sucked, boy. After reading any of YA book that deals with high school students I really can't help but wonder if is it like this in real life - cheerleaders and football players owning the school and stuff. It's sounds surre...
Tyler started his summer by graffiting his High School and now he's dealing with the consequences. He's working with a maintenence crew for his summer, trying hard to do everything that he's expected to do. His dad is a stress case, his work is making him angry with everyone. His mum is retreatin...
I read this in a matter of 2 hours. It was that good.I feel like this is one of those books that everyone should read.The way that Laurie was able to get into a 17 year old boy's head was amazing.I loved the relationship that he had with his sister, and the turmoil life at home was nailed on the hea...
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