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Also, a slur against homosexuals. His novel, Fallout, is part memoir and part speculative fiction featuring nuclear war that results from the Cuban Missile Crisis. Themes[ edit ] Strasser often writes about timely themes like nuclear war, Nazism, bullying at schools, homelessness, and school shootings. When Gary finds out that Allison is in the gym, Brendan and Gary start to argue about carrying out the plan. Stay up to date on new reviews. But mostly it is a warning. The parents' guide to what's in this book. Brendan and Gary's plans do not turn out quite as they thought. One of his fictional students reflects: "Maybe there should be a mandatory course in school that teaches kids to respect each other no matter what. New York: Delacorte, However, I could have done without the conversations of Dallas' despicable parents it made me want to gag and his many misguided supporters in AND out of the court room. The latter also became a television movie, entitled Can a Guy Say No? It is a story of heartbreak and fear and regret. Get full reviews, ratings, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. Give a Boy a Gun is a novel by author Todd Strasser.
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Book Award  Bibliography[ edit ] The Wave. Although fictional, Strasser's book tells the broader story of youth gun violence, drawing on news headlines and stories from past gun-related episodes in schools across the United States.
Strasser also looks at the contributing role that a media obsessed with violence may play, as well as the importance of active, involved parents in helping children find constructive solutions to problems.
Recently, his novel American Terrorist was withdrawn from publication in the United States after an uproar about it caused by a brief description of the book which appeared on Goodreads.
Brendan and Gary's plans do not turn out quite as they thought. First, Allison, which is Gary's on and off again girlfriend, who is not supposed to be at the school dance ends up showing up because she has a bad feeling that Brendan and Gary are up to something.
Reviewed by Drew Meyers Strasser tells the story of two social outcasts who hold their peers hostage at gunpoint during a high school dance. They actually new some people at the time that they read it who actually thought this Claude Dallas was some kind of hero or something.
Others that were victims of the shooting question the causes that would send these boys into a shooting rampage. Allison simply moves on to get a belt from another boy and applies the belt to Sam's other leg to stop the bleeding. The quotes and facts from other incidents are in a different-style print. For others, I suspect it was because they had learned something about themselves that they were still struggling to accept -- or to conceal. When Gary finds out that Allison is in the gym, Brendan and Gary start to argue about carrying out the plan. For weeks I staggered through it, searching out other lost, wandering souls. Superb entertainment Book Award  Bibliography[ edit ] The Wave. Recently, his novel American Terrorist was withdrawn from publication in the United States after an uproar about it caused by a brief description of the book which appeared on Goodreads. Others spoke because they felt a need to defend themselves even though no one had pointed an accusing finger at them. After the bullet smashed through the left side of his skull and tore into his brain, he probably lived for ten to fifteen seconds. This book -- and this information -- could be useful to high school teachers and administrators looking to raise gun control awareness among students. He should have been sentenced to death, and at the very least sentenced to life in prison. It is a story of heartbreak and fear and regret. The story you are about to read is really two stories.
Positive Messages This intense story will make readers think about both the impact of bullying -- and America's gun culture. Others spoke because they felt a need to defend themselves even though no one had pointed an accusing finger at them.
Brendan Lawlor moves to Middletown from Springfield in the middle of his ninth grade year.
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