Friday, May 25, 2012

Crazy Dangerous

Crazy Dangerous by Andrew Klavan
May 1, 2012 by Thomas Nelson
Hardcover, 352 Pages
Review Copy
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Sam Hopkins, a normal, sixteen year old teen wants more than anything to just fit in with his peers. He longs to be on the track team and capture the heart of a pretty popular girl. He longs for once to just be Sam. The kids at his school are nice enough, but they never really let him in or make him feel like another kid in the group. Sam doesn't fit in with the popular kids or really any of the kids because of who his father is....a pastor at a local church in the community. Always labeled as the mood killing PK {Pastors Kid} no one is ever real and everyone is overly polite afraid that they cant be themselves around the ministers son. Everyone expects one hundred percent from Sam and everyone expects him to do the right thing, except for the bullies, those guys just hit and knock Sam around. Which is how the book opens up, Sam being chased by bullies and standing up to them out of anger. It shocks and impresses the leader so much that he wants Sam in the group. Attempting to be anything other than what he's been labeled, Sam winds up making friends with them and joining in the band of dangerous boys. Thieves and all around trouble makers who steal cars, participate in illegal activities and have really no aspirations for a good future. Everything a PK kid needs to avoid.....and everything that screams rebellion.
If you haven't read this book yet I would like to invite you to go and pick up your copy today and enjoy it for yourself.
Recommended to kids and teens 12&up
Thanks to Thomas Nelson and Litfuse for Review Copy

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