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Tyler's character is just so real and raw. His voice is believable, witty and intelligent. I could really connect with him and really cared about how things would turn out.

The book had me in suspense many times and was a real page-turner. Twisted is an excellent portrayal of fa Twisted was a brilliant book.

Twisted is an excellent portrayal of family life and deals well with some very real problems. It was fascinating to watch Tyler stumble through life and see his courage develop as the story went on.

Overall, a very enjoyable and emotional read. While I didn't love this, I didn't hate it either. I feel like a lot of important issues were brought up and then barely touched upon.

There were opportunities to explore many things that teens confront during the journey through puberty and high school and I felt quite let down when those subjects weren't explored further.

I did really enjoy the aspect of the male POV as I find it's something that's all too rare in a lot of the young adult books I read.

I'm also a big fan of Anderson's writing While I didn't love this, I didn't hate it either. I'm also a big fan of Anderson's writing style and that was no different with this book.

This book was just okay for me; it really had the potential to be so much more though. Jan 03, Shannon rated it it was amazing. It is difficult to find a great protagonist who is a teen-aged male.

Tyler Miller is an interesting and from my observations typical - ish high school senior. What's different about him is that as a nerd-boy junior, he tagged his high school, was caught, arrested and sentenced to community service.

The summer prior to his senior year, Tyler works hard and ends up becoming a muscle-bound hottie. At least hot enough to attract the object of his desire, Bethany, who also happens to Tyler's father It is difficult to find a great protagonist who is a teen-aged male.

At least hot enough to attract the object of his desire, Bethany, who also happens to Tyler's father's boss' daughter. Can a young man suddenly thrust into the world of the popular kids come away unscathed?

Added to his social life drama is a family that is falling apart. The workaholic father, the mother who dulls her pain by drinking and his cute and sassy freshman sister also have a big affect on Tyler's senior year.

I love the authors wonderful descriptions: Tyler notes the girls at school seem to have "clothing optional days" -- not that they come to school naked, but that the clothing they wear is so scimpy they may as well be naked; and the comparison of the father to an evil dragon breaking out of his skin are fabulous.

Interesting - I think even teen guys will read this one. Feb 09, Adam rated it really liked it Shelves: The main character, Tyler, has to learn to balance his preferences along with meeting the expectations or his parents, peers, and impressing the girl of his dreams, and making amends for past wrongs.

Tyler has to face a father whose pressures at work spill over at home making him a tyrant willing to use force and intimidation to gain compliance.

Tyler fe Excellent guy book. Tyler feels placed under a microscope and often feels there are no options that will be morally correct, obedient to his parents, and regain the trust of his teachers and community.

It brings to light the messy process of maturation, setting boundaries, and gaining a sense of independence after everything goes wrong.

Will he win the heart of his dream girl? Do the rich and powerful always win? In the face of a moral imperative can you stand up for yourself when everyone is demanding submission to prove rehabilitation?

When do you trust? It is a powerful story that explores these questions without preaching or losing balance and the themes will resonate with teens even after the last chapter.

Apr 17, Anne Osterlund rated it it was amazing. Tyler is a high school boy. Not one of those fake, perfect jock high school boys or half-vampire, half-god characters.

A real high school boy. Who can't control himself amidst the sea of sexy girls walking down the hall or convince his dad that there is no way in hell he should be taking all AP classes and calculus, or pull off dousing the school in graffiti without misspelling a word and getting caught.

And still, he has to survive senior year. Super fa Tyler is a high school boy. Super fast and hypnotizing. Jan 21, Strawberry Fields rated it really liked it.

I really liked this book. It's not very long, an easy read and very entertaining. It was fun for me as a woman to read this told from a male perspective.

I remember high school like it was yesterday ok, 30 years ago and it made me giggle in places that reminded me of my own high school shenanigans.

Tyler, the narrator, is really going through some serious bullcrap his senior year. And yes, he brought most of it upon himself as teens do, but having to take heaped on bullcrap from other people is I really liked this book.

And yes, he brought most of it upon himself as teens do, but having to take heaped on bullcrap from other people is over the top.

I remember how tough it is to be a teen, high school, growing up Bad choices are a given, but we live and learn. His dad is a royal douchebag, and you will see that from page one, so no spoiler there I am glad I read it and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys YA fiction.

I didn't realize how much I liked it, even though my age reflects that it is way past my prime. My son, while in high school was an avid reader and he would bring me books he finished, excited You've got to read this book!!!

I wanted to encourage him to keep the love of reading alive throughout his life like my dad passed on to me. That's when I realized YA books aren't just for kids and teens.

There are many lessons to be learned for us older folks too. We should never forget what it was like to be young and stupid and confused and scared and brave and, and, and Jan 18, Eve rated it liked it.

It's gotten to the point where I don't remember much about what happened in this novel. Which is probably why I gave it a low rating.

Y'all, if you're going to read Laurie Halse Anderson, read The Impossible Knife of Memory for enjoyment, or Speak because you are a human being and you need to.

Stop rushing, autho Actual Rating: Tyler was fine , his fixation with Bethany didn't really do anything except annoy me, and the rest of it was just meh.

From what I remember. I'm sure I could rant about some aspects if I 1. I wouldn't suggest reading this. But I would suggest a platter of chocolate chip walnut coconut cookies!

Cookies are never a waste of money. Cookies will never hurt you. It is there or it isn't. Not many female writers are able to write in such a realistic way a male point of view.

I think she was capable of seeing the struggles of a guy are as important as girl's. We've read too much about girls and we don't realise guys have as much as problms as we have.

It's enjoable and not long. I couldn't get enough of it. However, the ending wasn't quite what i expected or wanted but Laurie Halse And i love how Laurie Halse Anderson doesn't force romance into her stories.

However, the ending wasn't quite what i expected or wanted but Laurie Halse Anderson 's never are. Titolo e copertina dell'edizione italiana sono fuorvianti, come capita fin troppo spesso.

I personaggi non hanno una connotazione positiva o negativa Lascia un po' un retrogusto amaro in bocca ma vince comunque la speranza.

It connects with the readers, me , head on. Oct 31, Reign rated it really liked it. I still can't find words to describe this book but this one's another memorable read.

Turns out that I really missed out on reading this year. Nov 23, Tanja Tanychy St. 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 surreal to me, but different continents, different cultures will do that. Anyhow I wouldn't want to be part of Tyler's high school.

Laurie Halse Anderson is one of the authors who won't tell you a story about first and sweet teen loves nor did she try to create perfect happily ever endings.

Not, instead she will give you a real story. One that you can play in your head and one that deals with real nowadays issues. So this is story about Tyler, a guy who was average aka invisible.

Being sick of that position he decides to change things and do something big that would bring him on the top of high school hierarchy. And he does, only the result is not the one he expected.

After getting busted his reputation is now different. As punishment for his actions he spend the whole summer doing outdoor work and that doesn't and that does wonder for his physique.

Now he appears to be a bad boy with muscles and in reality he is just trying to get his crush to like him. Tyler has a lot of issues on his backs - his father doesn't seem to forgive him his crime and now he is on thin ice.

Things in his family haven't been good in a while and they only get worse plus he has a lot of AP subjects to ace.

Most of the time it only makes him give up and all he wanted was to be more popular. I can say that Laurie did an amazing job with Tyler's character.

Not only is he realistic but at the same time we have a really great picture of a boy trying to survive puberty. At the same time he really is a sweetheart.

He tries to be a good brother, son and friend but that one mistake makes downgraded him in every way. With Twisted Laurie Halse Anderson brings a realistic story about becoming a man and all that in Tyler's witty, funny and at times really emotional voice.

A story of a young boy searching for a way out of his troubles, what could sound more interesting? I actually began reading the book as a quick read before the mid started, but within the first several pages was entranced with the authors descriptive details and how he could capture everyday emotion in just a few words.

Tyler is an unpopular kid who tried to make a name of himself and ended up getting arrested. Now, after a month of community service, he returns to school and seems on the way to A story of a young boy searching for a way out of his troubles, what could sound more interesting?

Now, after a month of community service, he returns to school and seems on the way to becoming a little more popular. Then things go wrong. The school shuns Tyler and he spirals into a deep depression, struggling with thoughts of suicide.

In spite of the sometimes depressing tone of the book, Laurie Halse Anderson's dry wit and the positive end to the book makes Twisted an excellent read.

The story of a high-school outcast feels genuine and kept me engaged. I was invested in Tyler and relieved when the book ended on a hopeful note.

I'd recommend this book for the older young adult readers. I ended up really liking this book, but it took me a surprisingly long time to get into it.

I think this is because I didn't feel an initial connection to Tyler He frustrated me by making so many stupid decisions; I wanted to tell him to grow up.

Eventually, Tyler does grow up. He deals with some heavy issues and makes some big decisions and by the end of the novel, I fou I ended up really liking this book, but it took me a surprisingly long time to get into it.

He deals with some heavy issues and makes some big decisions and by the end of the novel, I found myself really rooting for him. Sep 04, Kara Belden rated it really liked it Shelves: Nobody told him how.

This is a highly entertaining book with an important reminder that good kids sometimes make bad decisions.

Tyler comes from a dysfunctional family with an abusive father. He makes a poor decision at the beginning that turns him into a teenage de "Everybody told him to be a man.

He makes a poor decision at the beginning that turns him into a teenage delinquent, and his life begins to twist out of control.

He tries so hard to get back on track but his new reputation continues to cause problems, and he can only handle so much.

This is a classic "coming of age" novel that teen readers of both sexes will enjoy. I knocked one star off because the familial relationships lacked a bit of authenticity, IMO.

Also, the ending was a tad too tidy and unrealistic for my taste, BUT I do think that the ending is appropriate and important for a YA audience.

Aug 31, Justine rated it liked it Shelves: Well, how do your rate a novel you disliked from beginning till the middle part, only to be surprised by its ending?

The conclusion was definitely moving and well-written. It's just a shame I wasn't sold on some aspects of the narrative.

Overtime, the insistence of the narrative that guys only want to bang virgin girls in this demented world of high-school, felt gratuitous and excessive.

True, it may be the reality, but there Well, how do your rate a novel you disliked from beginning till the middle part, only to be surprised by its ending?

True, it may be the reality, but there has to be some nuance to this portrayal, otherwise, we're dealing with the same old high-school stereotypes.

Also, while I appreciate the uniqueness of Tyler's voice, I felt as if the resolution of his inward conflict with himself was a bit weak. I'm very skeptical of the nerd-boy-turns-into-a-jock narrative, and rightfully so.

Most of these stories fail to address that there's nothing wrong with being a "nerd" or a "weirdo" and people tagged as such shouldn't go to extreme lengths just to change themselves.

This epiphany should emerge from the conflicted protagonist himself, more than anyone. Unfortunately, Twisted failed in showing that like most of the stories operating under the same premise.

While I admire Anderson's ability to craft a unique character in Tyler, he didn't really come to terms with his dork background.

This dilemma in selfhood felt shoved under the rug and was ultimately unresolved. What worked for me however, was the depiction of Tyler's frustration with his family and how the world views him.

At first, I didn't like his frequent gushing and lusting over Bethany, but I learned to understand him and in the end he earned my sympathy.

Props as well to Anderson's ability to subtlety show how dysfunctional families operate. Tyler's dad may come off as annoying at first, but like most overworked, breadwinners, I get his aggravation with life.

Overall, Twisted is worth reading. It's just that, a lot of better YA contemporary works have appeared in the last few years and I'm not sure if it's a work that stands the test of time.

Dec 24, allison rated it really liked it. Mar 08, Mallory Pierce rated it liked it. Twisted is a book about a high school boy named Tyler Miller who has been bullied all through his school years.

During his junior year he decides that he is going to prank the school. While doing so he drops his wallet and the police figure out that he was the one who sprayed painted all over the school.

Tyler was given community service hours and worked construction during that next summer. Tyler became a new man that summer; he got a tan, grew in height, and also became a lot stronger than he Twisted is a book about a high school boy named Tyler Miller who has been bullied all through his school years.

Tyler became a new man that summer; he got a tan, grew in height, and also became a lot stronger than he had ever been.

Tyler's senior year was a game changer for him. He was being sought after by the most popular girl in school and he also had the ability to protect himself.

Tyler had finally had the opportunity to get the girl of his dreams but then one night at a party something goes horribly wrong. What I liked about this book is that there was more than one story line throughout the whole book.

Tyler had to deal with his father and his family issues, he had the most popular girl at his school wanting him and her brother trying to continuously beat Tyler up, and the internal conflict of his low confidence.

One thing that I dislike about the book is that there isn't very much closer to what happened between Tyler, Bethany, and Chip.

Nothing was done about the fact that Tyler was mistreated by both the students and the school. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a young adult book with more than one plot.

Over all the book was very well written and is a good and fast read. Nov 04, Noa Attonare rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. His crush the rich-popular-girl notices him and falls for him and all.. But it develops to be more plotted.. Chip, beth, his best friend Yoda, his sister Hanna who i really liked their relation, and of course his father which is the more complicated part..

Shannon Lane Review 3 1 3 Oct 07, Book 8 Lavinder 1 4 Apr 03, About Laurie Halse Anderson. Ask box is open, my friends! What do you want to know?

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View all 4 comments. Aug 03, Trevor rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: LHA fans, teens looking for excellent realistic fiction.

This is where Twisted really gets going. Talking to the overworked, distant father is a certain heat getter for Tyler, so that option is out.

Aug 31, Annalisa rated it liked it Recommends it for: Long rant about my library system: I wasn't intending to read this book. I put another YA book on hold and after two days of "in transit" status when another book came in, I figured it should have been pulled off the shelf by then.

I ask the librarian. I explain, a little slower this time, that I put the book on hold. It's no longer on the shelf, but it's not in the hold department yet.

I was the only hold and it says the copy from this library is in transit. It's in this library. I throw up my hands and peruse the YA fiction shelves.

Anderson happens to be at the beginning. And a friend on goodreads just liked one of her books. Which one was it?

Not on the shelf. It's probably stuck in the hold department somewhere. I browse the backs. This one looks the least cheesy.

I smile at the librarian as I check it out and dump my hold book in the return basket. I get home and guess what's showing up as arrived on my library account?

So when I say the library recommended this to me, it didn't really, but I'm glad I got to explore more of Anderson's work. I started off liking this.

I tend to prefer male protagonists and Tyler is funny. And then I start cringing. Anderson gets how shocking teenagers are because she's cool like that.

You know, every girl's a little easy dressing like a tramp and just waiting to get laid and every guy's a pervert doing you know what on the internet and in the shower.

And they have to throw around the f word and party like crazy. It would not be authentic at all to write about teenagers and not use that shock value, to the extreme, because that's what teenagers are like and it's what they want to read, right?

I appreciate the stamp at the beginning of the page that says the book is not for children, but I'm not a fan of edgy YA just for the sake of being edgy and this felt more gratuitous than authentic.

But about the story. Did I relate to Tyler? Yes, Anderson's characterization is very well done. Tyler is one of the good guys.

I wanted to root for him and I felt for him when things went wrong. She did a great job of switching from light-hearted to heavy.

A story is only as strong as its characters and Anderson nails it in that department. Did the story wrap up to give you that good hope for the future feeling that defines young adults?

Absolutely and I liked that it didn't do it with a bow. So I liked the story, just not all the superfluous material there to make it edgy.

For that I'm downgrading a solid 4 read to a 3, maybe even 3. It's one of those cases where if I like a book, if it's a good book, and if I would recommend it, don't match up.

May 14, ivana18 rated it it was amazing Shelves: A former geek Tyler Miller got himself in trouble because of a prank "The Foul Deed" he pulled at the end of his junior year.

He was sick and tired of being a nobody a zit on the butt of the student body so he decided to to something that will put him on the map. But things don't go exactly as planned and he gets caught.

Judge ordered him to do community service all summer helping janitors in his school. Plus he had to pay for the damages he caused, so he sold his car and worked for a land A former geek Tyler Miller got himself in trouble because of a prank "The Foul Deed" he pulled at the end of his junior year.

Plus he had to pay for the damages he caused, so he sold his car and worked for a landscaping company all summer. Tyler doesn't mind hard work, it's something he's good at and it's a cleansing experience for his mind and body especially his body.

I decapitated dandelions all morning, leaving carnage and death strewn in my path…. I was good at digging holes.

It was the rest of the life I sucked at. In addition with dealing with his messed up family dad is a first class asshole, mom is a pet photographer, cake baker, and a nice lady who smells faintly of gin, and sister Hannah is just staring high school , he has to deal with his new reputation, his AP classes, his parole officer and his alarmingly high testosterone levels.

Work hard at school. Keep your nose clean, and come back in a month. Authority figures had a pathological fear of boogers, that's how I saw it.

But things are not all that bad, there's a upside to all this. During the summer he goes trough a growth spurt he's six-three and one ninety-five now and because of his hard work for the landscaping company he's packing some nice looking muscles, so the most popular girl in school Bethany Milbury is finally noticing him.

Tyler has a huge crush on her but he's not exactly confident enough to do something about that, and when he finally makes a move, some unexpected things happen and he must figure out how to deal with them.

Tyler is a great guy and one of my favorite YA characters. He's a great brother to his younger sister, he's a great son to his mom, and his trying to please his over controlling and a little bit psycho dad.

He's not emo, but he's sensitive enough, and his hormones are working overtime, but he's not acting like a dog in heat.

And he's really funny in a sarcastic and intelligent way. I picked up one of the books and flipped through it. Don't get me wrong, I like reading.

But some books should come with warning labels: Do not attempt to operate heavy machinery after ingesting more than one chapter.

Has been known to cause blindness, seizures and a terminal loathing of literature. Should only be taken under the supervision of a highly trained English teacher.

Preferably one who grades on the curve. There are some things about Tyler that are disturbing, but probably not that unusual for a teenager who's going trough these kind of problems.

He has violent thoughts about hurting his father, and hurting other kids in school, and about hurting himself. I wish there are more books like these.

Apr 14, Drew rated it really liked it Shelves: Speak took a close look at a rape victim; Wintergirls focused on an anorexic girl. Twisted is centered around suicide.

Anderson has a gift for being able to dive into the minds of teens. I think a lot of authors miss the mark when they try to write "teen voices" and their characters end up sounding like they tried way too hard.

With Anderson, it comes naturally. Her characters think like teens, have realistic relationships, and their behavior accurately represents teenagers.

Twisted shows the side of Tyler's life that he won't let his friends see - his depressed, abusive father who is tearing their family apart and how Tyler spends his time thinking up different ways to hurt people.

I was a different size, a different shape. I kept trying to squeeze into a body, a skin suit, that was too small.

But the portrayal of a serious issue wasn't the only good thing - the plot also intrigued me and the writing was addicting. I loved the ending; it sent a great message about suicide.

No matter how bad things are, what people are saying about you, or how you feel about yourself, you can take control of the situation and change things for the better.

When there is the possibility of a brighter future ahead, why give up now? Feb 10, Valerie rated it it was ok Shelves: This book didn't really do it for me.

The whole time I was reading it, I kept thinking that if I was a teenager I would have had my jaw gaping open at some of the plot twists, but since I'm now a jaded adult I felt like the events that occurred were a bit more emotionally manipulative.

Main things that bugged me: The inattentive father and the "resolution" that occurs with their rel This book didn't really do it for me. The inattentive father and the "resolution" that occurs with their relationship at the end of the novel.

I just wasn't buying it. But like I said, I'm not really the intended audience for this book, so I'll shut up now. On the flip side, many YA books can cross the line and engage both teens and adults - I just don't think this is one of them.

Jan 04, Ashley rated it really liked it Shelves: Halse Anderson accomplishes two remarkable feats in this book. First, she gets the teenage male voice and preoccupations perfect; Tyler's hard-ons are just as much a part of his daily life as his social anxieties, crushes, and homework.

And secondly, she manages to address the deep-level importance of family life, however dysfunctional, to adolescents. The plot seems at first to offer only a predictable scenario: But as Tyler's promising proto-relationship with super-popular Bethany gets twisted by one late-night party and a heap of false accusations, it becomes impossible to ignore the pressure from Tyler's asshole dad Some elements--the reconciliation between Tyler and his father, for example--are a bit predictable, but all in all, this is a thought-provoking, worthwhile read that guys and gals alike will enjoy.

Sep 08, Jay G rated it liked it. Want to see more bookish things from me? Check out my youtube channel: After being caught graffiting the school during summer vacation, Tyler Miller is given 6 months probation of hard work and heavy labour.

This slowly transforms him from invisible Nerd Boy to suddenly hunky semi-bad boy which catches the attention of his long time crush, Bethany Milbury.

Unfortunately for Tyler, Bethany is the daughter of his father's boss as well as the twin sister of h Want to see more bookish things from me?

Unfortunately for Tyler, Bethany is the daughter of his father's boss as well as the twin sister of his arch nemesis, Chip.

As the school year progresses, Tyler's life drastically changes as he tries to balance his overbearing father, his school work and his crush on Bethany.

I absolutely love Laurie Halse Anderson and her writing, she is so talented! She has a way of sucking you into the story from the very first page.

The book flies by so quickly but its message is so effective. Tyler is an amazing character. Through out Tyler's story you sympathize with him and just want things to get better.

Anderson does a great job balancing between the serious parts of the story with more light-hearted jokes and feel good moments. Sep 14, stephanie rated it liked it Shelves: Jan 14, Stephen rated it really liked it Shelves: That includes probation, a required job with a landscaping firm and a summer-time afterwork stint in the school's janatorial crew for restitution.

However the hard work pays off in unanticipated ways. His new work-hardened physique and his newly minted bad boy reputation make him a personal "Everbody told me to be a man - Nobody told me how" Twisted is the story of a young man who's been a loser and a nobody until a poorly conceived prank at the end of his junior year lands him in legal trouble.

His new work-hardened physique and his newly minted bad boy reputation make him a personality at school and attractive to the girl of his fantasies.

But as he's processing these changes our protagonist has to deal with troubles at home. His dad's growing distance from the family, his mom's drinking and his little sister's too-wise take on boys, high-school and popularity.

What I expected to be another sweet teen romance turned into something much more. This is a book about growing up, being misunderstood, the relationship between fathers and sons and many other issues that are all too common in today's world.

This is a good intelligent read but it's also witty and fun and wise. I highly recommend this book.

Jun 27, Nicola rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Fans of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Twisted was a brilliant book. The average sounding description on the back definitely did not prepare me for what was inside.

It started out pretty slow but once I got into the swing of it, I simply couldn't put it down. Tyler's character is just so real and raw.

His voice is believable, witty and intelligent. I could really connect with him and really cared about how things would turn out.

The book had me in suspense many times and was a real page-turner. Twisted is an excellent portrayal of fa Twisted was a brilliant book.

Twisted is an excellent portrayal of family life and deals well with some very real problems. It was fascinating to watch Tyler stumble through life and see his courage develop as the story went on.

Overall, a very enjoyable and emotional read. While I didn't love this, I didn't hate it either. I feel like a lot of important issues were brought up and then barely touched upon.

There were opportunities to explore many things that teens confront during the journey through puberty and high school and I felt quite let down when those subjects weren't explored further.

I did really enjoy the aspect of the male POV as I find it's something that's all too rare in a lot of the young adult books I read. I'm also a big fan of Anderson's writing While I didn't love this, I didn't hate it either.

I'm also a big fan of Anderson's writing style and that was no different with this book. This book was just okay for me; it really had the potential to be so much more though.

Jan 03, Shannon rated it it was amazing. It is difficult to find a great protagonist who is a teen-aged male.

Tyler Miller is an interesting and from my observations typical - ish high school senior. What's different about him is that as a nerd-boy junior, he tagged his high school, was caught, arrested and sentenced to community service.

The summer prior to his senior year, Tyler works hard and ends up becoming a muscle-bound hottie. At least hot enough to attract the object of his desire, Bethany, who also happens to Tyler's father It is difficult to find a great protagonist who is a teen-aged male.

At least hot enough to attract the object of his desire, Bethany, who also happens to Tyler's father's boss' daughter.

Can a young man suddenly thrust into the world of the popular kids come away unscathed? Added to his social life drama is a family that is falling apart.

The workaholic father, the mother who dulls her pain by drinking and his cute and sassy freshman sister also have a big affect on Tyler's senior year.

I love the authors wonderful descriptions: Tyler notes the girls at school seem to have "clothing optional days" -- not that they come to school naked, but that the clothing they wear is so scimpy they may as well be naked; and the comparison of the father to an evil dragon breaking out of his skin are fabulous.

Interesting - I think even teen guys will read this one. Feb 09, Adam rated it really liked it Shelves: The main character, Tyler, has to learn to balance his preferences along with meeting the expectations or his parents, peers, and impressing the girl of his dreams, and making amends for past wrongs.

Tyler has to face a father whose pressures at work spill over at home making him a tyrant willing to use force and intimidation to gain compliance.

Tyler fe Excellent guy book. Tyler feels placed under a microscope and often feels there are no options that will be morally correct, obedient to his parents, and regain the trust of his teachers and community.

It brings to light the messy process of maturation, setting boundaries, and gaining a sense of independence after everything goes wrong.

Will he win the heart of his dream girl? Do the rich and powerful always win? In the face of a moral imperative can you stand up for yourself when everyone is demanding submission to prove rehabilitation?

When do you trust? It is a powerful story that explores these questions without preaching or losing balance and the themes will resonate with teens even after the last chapter.

Apr 17, Anne Osterlund rated it it was amazing. Tyler is a high school boy. Not one of those fake, perfect jock high school boys or half-vampire, half-god characters.

A real high school boy. Who can't control himself amidst the sea of sexy girls walking down the hall or convince his dad that there is no way in hell he should be taking all AP classes and calculus, or pull off dousing the school in graffiti without misspelling a word and getting caught.

And still, he has to survive senior year. Super fa Tyler is a high school boy. Super fast and hypnotizing. Jan 21, Strawberry Fields rated it really liked it.

I really liked this book. It's not very long, an easy read and very entertaining. It was fun for me as a woman to read this told from a male perspective.

I remember high school like it was yesterday ok, 30 years ago and it made me giggle in places that reminded me of my own high school shenanigans.

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