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Battle of the Bullies

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Ebony, Eris, and Emani Robertson have been through so much more than most high school freshmen. When they were younger, they survived a school shooting that killed their friend and left their oldest sister unable to speak. After giving homeschooling a try, they enroll in a promising new academy, hoping for the best.The Robertsons soon discover, however, that their new clas ...more
Published October 27th 2020
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ahaana ☽
Feb 08, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arcs, contemporary
Before starting Battle of the Bullies, I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect. I just knew the synopsis sounded interesting, and I wanted to try it out, but I definitely wasn’t prepared for the wild ride ahead of me. This book blew me away, and kept me hooked until the last page. Full of complex, three-dimensional characters, and an addicting plot, Battle of the Bullies is the perfect read for any day. All the powerful themes and messages discussed in the novel kept me thinking about it long afte ...more
Paula  Phillips
Jan 15, 2021 rated it liked it

Something that I love to read about and it's probably because I experienced it myself from students and teachers is books about bullying, so when I saw this one come up for the tour - I knew I had to read it. Battle of the Bullies starts with a secret society at the high school called The Dimes. The goal is to become Number #1 by bullying students so much that they drop out of school. Each of the Dimes besides the girl at the top, each year receives a picture of a student who will become their t
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M.M. Hudson
Feb 18, 2021 rated it really liked it
Since I was someone who got bullied in Elementary school, this book resonated with me. The tale told here is a high school drama about three sisters who are the main characters but others in the school who are also being bullied. As you read, you find out just who is being not only bullied but threatened even with their life. The reader will find it somewhat surprising.

I did not know that this book was part of a trilogy when I first began reading it. In fact, it is the second book but, there is
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BreeAnn (She Just Loves Books)
Jan 30, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ya
Bullying is a topic that needs to continue to be discussed, and I’m so happy to see these types of stories being written. This was an interesting mix of high school drama, bullying, and sisterly relationships.

The Dimes are this terrible group where each member tries to become the number 1 position in the group by bullying other students until they drop out of school. How awful! They are a horrible group that is easy to hate. When their sites are set on the Robertson sisters, they find it harder
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Ibjoy1953
Mar 06, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Books about bullying are dear to my heart because in 2013, my cousins 12 year old grandaughter took her life because of being bullied at school and around in her neighborhood. I’ve seen the devastating, heartbreaking, heartwrenching hurt this family has been through since it happened and I am glad someone like Fenyx Blue writes books like this one. This story happened to these teenagers but it was horrible to think about what these bullies were doing. Battle of the Bullies was a bit different in ...more
Amy
Feb 02, 2021 rated it really liked it
Battle of the Bullies is a good read by Fenyx Blue. I think many readers will see themselves within the pages. Especially, those who were bullied some time in their lives previously or currently. I was definitely able to relate to the characters and brought bad a lot of memories.

Battle of the Bullies tells the story of the Robertston sisters, Ebony, Eris, and Emani. They have been through a lot in their young lives, witnessing a school shooting that injured their older sister. They tried homesc
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Stephanie Ward
With a dramatic premise and a contemporary plot, Battle of the Bullies ratchets up high school drama to a whole new level. Ebony, Eris, and Emani are the new kids at school, but they aren’t naive and they are going to make their marks. If only they can steer clear of the Dimes, a notoriously nasty group of bullies that pick their targets and destroy them. In a true reflection of high school, there is a lot going on in this novel — from first loves and heartbreak to fast friends and betrayals. Re ...more
Angel
Bullying is an important topic, and I'm so glad it's being addressed in books. I really liked how this book handled the topic, mixed with the drama of high school and family love. There were some touchy subjects addressed, but it was a great book to read after reading such a dark novel.

The Robertson family was such an amazing group of characters. It was easy to connect to and like these characters right away. It took no time for me to be completely invest myself in their stories. The Dimes, on t
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Meaghan Hurn
Feb 14, 2021 rated it liked it
Battle of the Bullies is full of mystery and suspense and it's the perfect read for middle & high school students.

Within the first few chapters you'll find yourself hooked! There's a lot going on with the story and teenage readers will find themselves intrigued. More seasoned readers will find the story predictable.

Bullying is a topic that needs to continue to be discussed, and I’m so happy to see these types of stories being written. Battle of the Bullies was an interesting mix of high school d
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Nachelle Johnson
Feb 19, 2021 rated it really liked it
Ebony is my favorite character. Her story seemed so relatable. She is a reminder of the power and vulnerability of girls. I enjoyed learning about the other triplets since I wanted to know their stories after reading the first book, but I truly fell in love with Ebony the most. In a world where girls are leading and getting jobs that they have never been allowed to have in the past, it was nice to see characters that represent the potential of girls and sisterhood. I am looking forward to Book I ...more
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