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Laurie Halse Anderson

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Carin F Tyler, the narrator of Twisted, comes from a dysfunctional family. He's trying to figure out his status in high school, where he went from nerd to cool. Meanwhile, his all-time crush has taken notice of him. This book takes the reader through all the thoughts going through Tyler's mind. He thinks about suicide, pleasing his father and all the other things a teenage boy thinks about. Just because Tyler is turning 18, doesn't mean he knows what it means to become a man, and this book deals with those issues. This is definitely a book that most YA's would understand and enjoy.

message 2: by Stephen (last edited Jun 11, 2013 07:24AM) (new) - rated it 4 stars

Stephen I agree. Not sure why you posed this as a discussion though instead of as a review. No big problem either way, just curious.

Here's a link to my review

BTW.. I'd love for you to weigh in on which cover you prefer

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