Friday, July 29, 2016

Going To A New School


Going to a new school is an issue many kids have to face in their lifetime and it sucks! Not knowing anybody, trying to fit in, and having to make new friends are all unnerving  challenges.  But it’s also a time when you can start a new chapter in your life.  In Leech Mob: A Novel about a Connecticut Gang, Kelly’s parents divorce and he moves to a different state – where he doesn’t instantly get along with everyone he meets; in fact, quite the opposite and he gets into a fight on the first day of school.  At lunch he sits at the Loser Table and to make matters even worse, Kelly has to ride the Tard-Cart to school.  By the time Kelly finishes the first semester, the teachers label him the right candidate for The Program, designed for outcasts, screw ups and kids with learning disabilities.  Even though he’s not happy about his current situation, Kelly finds friendship with other kids who don’t exactly see eye-to-eye with the school’s royalty – the Preps, Jocks, and popular kids.  However, Kelly finds that the Skaters, Hardcore, and Leech Mob kids could care less as they form their own society outside the hierarchy of the Riverview High School elite, but find that comes with a price.
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