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Blogs of Wrath

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Carl DeReese only wants to survive junior high school in the Salt Lake City suburbs, but in an era where teachers are afraid of the students, some of his behavior is misdiagnosed as threatening. His longing to fit into a new school is complicated by a family tragedy, followed by a breakdown in the classroom that leads to criminal charges. When he finally makes friends with ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published December 15th 2009 by iUniverse
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***spoiler alert*** Only read the last paragraph if you don't want all the details.

Carlos "Carl" DeReese starts a blog to confide all of his troubles to around the age of twelve. The blog follows through, in diary form, his daily existence and several life changes. First his family moves to a new house and he has to start a new school away from his friends. Carl is sort of a computer nerd and has trouble making new friends at his new school until he connects with Dex who has a sticker of his fav
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