Does it get better? The New York Times bestselling author of Crank and Tricks explores the highly charged landscapes of bullying and forgiveness with brilliant sensitivity and emotional resonance. Matthew Turner knows it doesnat get better. His younger brother Luke was bullied mercilessly after one of Mattas friends outed Luke to the whole school, and when Luke called Mattaon the brink of suicideaMatt was too wrapped up in his new girlfriend to answer the phone. Now Luke is gone, and Mattas family is falling apart. No matter what his girlfriend Hayden says about forgiveness, thereas no way Mattas letting those he blames off the hookaincluding himself. As Matt spirals further into bitterness, he risks losing Hayden, the love of his life. But when her father begins to pressure the school board into banning books because of their homosexual content, he begins to wonder if he and Hayden ever had anything in common. With brilliant sensitivity and emotional resonance, bestselling author Ellen Hopkinsas Rumble explores bullying and suicide in a story that explores the worth of forgiveness and reconciliation.I make a dash through the rain to my unsensible, but completely amazing 2013 Ford F-150, aBlue Flamea over gray. ... I was going to arrive everywhere in style. Best ofAll This baby is loaded. 5.0 liter engine. Supercab 42 ButMy Lips Areanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2014-08-26|