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Double Negative by C. Lee McKenzie
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it was amazing

Double Negative turns out to be a double positive: for Hutch McQueen, who finally gets himself on the right path and for Maggie Scott, who, despite an Alzheimer's diagnosis, is instrumental in Hutch's reversal of bad habits and behavior.

Once again, C Lee McKenzie spins a tale of young adults presented with problems typical of their age — bullies, lack of self-confidence -- and not so typical -- dyslexia, eating disorders, and absent parents. She guides Hutch, Nyla, Wang, and Meeker to solve their problems, using their challenges as learning opportunities.

Congratulations to C Lee McKenzie for another novel where negative themes give way to positive themes -- this time, of giving gratitude and letting go of hate.

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June 26, 2014 – Finished Reading
July 21, 2014 – Shelved

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