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Getting the Girl by Markus Zusak
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Apr 14, 2010

it was amazing

** spoiler alert ** This is one of the best books that I have ever read it is about a teen that tries to find who he is he feels so lonely he has no friends beside his brother Rube his brother is a womanizer he always has a girlfriend Cameron is envy of this he fell in love with one of rube’s girlfriends rube and Cameron have a very tight bond of brother hood between them that they do almost everything together Cameron has a sister and another older brother then rube Steve has pretty much disbanded with his family he lives with a girl in an apartment and is a football player for a local team Cameron he tries to make his and Steve’ s relationship better the girl that says with Steve doesn’t like Cameron she always gives him a dirty look like he is trash he thinks is because his bother when they first met told her that he had two worthless Cameron finds out that it was just him he that he thought was useless so he has to deal with this hard ship Octavia rubes girl friend she falls in love with Cameron the two start to go out in secret because Cameron is afraid of rube his sister Sarah is the first to realize that some of his hunger as he describes it has disappeared later rube finds out about him dating Octavia he seems like he is excited about this that his little brother finally got a girl but after a few minutes rube starts bagging on Cameron and making him feel worse about himself saying that he can only get scrapes this gets him pissed so he attacks rube their relationship goes for a bad turn there they stop talking and being all buddy buddy Octavia finds out that rube beat Cameron for going out with her so she avoids Cameron Cameron finds out how to pull himself up and out of his self pity along with getting his brother back streanghting there bound

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