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The Juvie Three by Gordon Korman
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I chose this book based on the description on the cover. I'm glad I listened to the audio because the reader did all the voices. For me, it added more dimension to the characters. There were many things I liked about this book--like it illustrated how people who make mistakes (even HUGE ones) can turn things around, how everyone deserves a second chance, how you shouldn't judge people by the labels put on them by society, how you also shouldn't judge people by their appearance or their past, how there are good and kind people in the world, and there are also people who look for the worst in everything, and how many teenagers are responsible and do the right thing (even when the consequences might be awful for them).

I liked these guys. They were regular. I was rooting for all of them even though I wanted to knock Terence into next week.

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