I thik this was a really good book it opened my eyes to how rough some people have it i think anyone should read this book especially the tough ones it has a great first chapter it really brought me in and grabbed my attention this was a very good book and it gets our attention in every chapter and makes The Defense (Eddie Flynn you not what to put the book down this book tells the stories of four high school students Kurt the freak who gets bullied by kids at school and Ryan the football star who walks the hallways like a king and basically gets what he wants Tisha who feels like an unattractive misfit because she s of mixed race then Floater who acts as the principal s right hand man During one single day the events involving bullying racism and an accusation of rape bring these four very different teenagers together this book has lots of stereotypes and the true feeling of high school it can be whatou make it but it Written like a form of poetry names will never hurt me is filled with tension and keeps Hai nhà you wondering how it will end It follows four different students during a day at school Each character is written in the first person with intersecting stories The day is the oneear anniversary of another student s death on campus None of the four really knew the student but the import of the day nevertheless has an impact Kurt Tisha Mark and Ryan range in th Do our parent s expect too much of ou Do Falling Through Clouds you feel like a freak sometimes Areou a white girl with a tan that never fades Are The Art of Acquiring you the eyes and ears ofour school and ou can get anything ou want Meet Ryan the all American football player who is everything but perfect Tisha a bi racial girl who is torn between the black crowd and the white crowd Kurt nickname Dirt for the way the bullies make him feel and Floater the eyes and ears of a school where a kid was murdered These people all hang out with different cliues and some struggle to fit in one They are all main characters in the book Names Will Never Hurt Me by Jaime AdoffIt is the one A Menagerie of Heroes year anniversary of the murder of a student and the faculty of Rockville High is tense What is going to happen Will another murder occur Ryan is an all American whose father is an ex colonel who still controls his home and son like he s still in the military Ryan is a pretty good kid until he is accused of raping a girl All the principle can do is suspend him but not before the playoffs There is nothing Ryan can do but take the suspension When the colonel finds out he will be furious Tisha and Kurt are two normal kids who get lost in the crowd and are picked on uite a bit The principle wants to talk to them about something when his and Floater s lives are threatened by a rampant colonel Theelling is getting louder and louder Then Ryan walks in and just when he is about to get his usual lecture about being perfect from the colonel he pulls out his just in case and confronts the crazy man The colonel and Ryan are about to go at it when Kurt attacks him from behind saving everyone This makes him almost famous He is on the news all nightI enjoyed this book because it could actually happen and it uses our vernacular This book is about overcoming obstacles in everyday life and just trying to fit in It very much refl. During one day at school the paths of four teens will cross in ways they never imagined There's Kurt the freek who tries desperately to escape bullying; Tisha who doesn't feel she fits in
At what it would look like or sound like Hearing these stories really changed my point of view I love this book because of how much it relates to me and many others I think this book should be read to high schoolers I recommend this book to everyone This novel takes place during one day the one Mr. Fix-It year anniversary of a school shooting that left one student dead Told through the perspectives of four students in a semi journal entry format the reader sees how the shooting and its anniversary affected the town and how such an event could happen Three of the students are part of the outcasts Kurt known at school as freek is made fun of every day and uses his music to retreat Tisha is put down by both the black and white girls because she does not fully belong to either group Floater a self chosen name was picked by the principal to be his eyes and ears Even though he is still not accepted he is mostly left alone because he holds a power over the other students The fourth perspective is Ryan a senior football player and sometimes bullyI loved this book and think it is one that every high school student should read Along with the perspectives of those being hurt we see what leads to the hurtful actions of others and how far those effects reach This novel doesn t sugar coat how teens feel about and react to teasing and abuse which I think is the most important aspect The entries all could have been written by high school students They express the wanting to fit in fear of failure and general confusion that is characteristic of being a teenager Also they show how teenagers can have those moments of clarity when the stakes are high enough and do the right thing despite the potential social conseuences This is a theme I find refreshing inoung adult literature today giving teens credit for what they can do The setting of the book is nondescript enough that it could be in any suburb and the lessons apply to teens at any type of school The characters are each someone that The Complete Photo Guide to Slipcovers you probably pass every day without realizing it except for Ryan By the end I either loved or loathed each character but I did not feel apathetic towards any of them and I wanted each one to get what they deserved out of lifeREAD MORE REVIEWS AT I read Names Will Never Hurt Me by Jaime Adoff and I thought that it was a good bookThroughout the book the main character changes from chapter to chapter I found that style of writing was good to keep the reader interested in what is happening in these kids school life All the students in Names Will Never Hurt Me are very different in what they do and how they are treated by others at school The whole book takes place on one day This day is special to the school because it was a oneear anniversary of a student being killed One of the students is a football star while another character was a nerd and called a freak These students all have their struggles and need to find ways to fix them I would recommend this book to people in high school or college because it is good at telling ou the effects of bullying on other students I wouldn t recommend it to people who know people who suffer from bullying because it might cause them to be sad I think that most people will enjoy reading this book. S and secrets bring each of them to the breaking point Now they must help each other prevent a tragedy The voices of these four teens weave together in prose poetry to create a powerful rea.
Ects my life and all the stress that comes with it This book is an easy read and it is entertaining Change to 8th grade onlyOff screen sex but an allegation of rapeSeveral F bombs other profanity School shooting threatExtreme bullying The book Names Will Never Hurt Me by Jamie Adoff was published in 2004 It took me me 3 days to read all 186 pages because of its great suspense The story takes place at Rockville High in Ohio based off the current date The story revolves around four characters who attend the school Kurt the loser who no one bothered to know Ryan the all Names Will Never Hurt Me is a story written by Jaime Adoff It s a first person multiple viewpoint novel about 4 very different teenagers struggling with their own problems while in high school The students are all so different but will come into play with each other s lives A student who everyone thinks is worthless including himself a girl insecure about her true colors and who she is a boy with a hunger for power that is gained from students and a senior who learns that he will not always be the king of the world After the ear anniversary of a student lost from a shooter these four students lives completely turn around In the beginning readers see how different all their lives are whether they have to suffer through school and bullies or if they have everything and everyone under their power Everyone s point of view is different and it alternates between different people s stories including news interviews and special announcements On this fateful day those four students lives changed some for the better and others not This book by Jaime Adoff is a great read and the points of views different stories and the way they tie together makes this book feel so real et whimsicalThis story had a lot of twists and turns that I had not expected Reading this book I thought the characters would all become close and help each other up but did not turn out that way The fact that it had characters so different and uniue to each other made me think that the characters would become friends and share their struggles I was surprised to see that they had hardly interacted until around the end of the book I wasn t sure if I was disappointed that they didn t end up friends with each other or if I was happy because of the different ending but despite that I enjoyed the book a lot although it was sometimes hard to determine who the speaker was when alternating points of views I liked the setting and the very busy atmosphere and I also liked the subtle split of high school stereotypes This book really captured the feelings of how different students feel in their livesAll in all I enjoyed this book and I think many others would find it interesting as well I like the book because it helps with real life experiences I have been bullied and it is cool to see that people are willing to talk about it This is really inspiring because I don t feel alone if I get bullied because it is not just me Kurt is one of my favorite characters because he is a football player and gets bullied by his teammates Getting bullied really sucks I and ou shouldn t bully after hearing these stories This book is about high schoolers getting bullied so it gives me a visual. Ith anyone; Ryan the football jock who rules the hallways while losing control of his life; and Floater who uses his connections to gain dangerous power On this day teasing racism lonelines.
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Jaime Adoff was born in New York City but grew up in Yellow Springs Ohio He received a Bachelor of Music degree from Central State University in Ohio where he studied drums and percussion Moving to New York City in 1990 he attended the Manhattan School of Music and studied drums and voice Jaime then went on to pursue a career in songwriting and fronted his own rock band for eight years He r