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Million-Dollar Throw by Mike Lupica
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Apr 25, 2012

really liked it

In the book The Million Dollar Throw, Nate is a very good quarterbadk for an 8th grade football team. He gets chosen to make a throw during a halftime of a patriots football game for $1,000,000. He is nervous and goes through a bad throwing streak and has to work hard to make his throw. He is given the opportunity to be great and he does it. Then the people in the crowd celebrates his similarities with them. This has a very realistic plot that could happen in real life and is very possible to create. It also has a very realistc setting, taking place in America. It is written in 3rd person narritive and does not have any parallel cultures. I would recommend this book to anyone who is loking for sports and the American Dream. It is a great book for the reader to learn life lessons in and it shows people how to keep going through problems and hard times in their lives

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