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03 May 2009 @ 07:44 am
boy you turn me...  

David wants to fit in: on the track team, at school, in life in general. However, this year is a turning point for him. While his friend Kick wants to be more than friends, David seems to be more attracted to Sean, one of his track team mates. Sean has a girlfriend but also appears to share David's interest in being more than teammates. The relationship is not one that seems destined to work out though. Sean vows he is not gay and sees David as merely a dalliance of sorts. Now David has to come face to face with some decisions. Does he tell anyone about his feelings? Is it safe to come out? Is the relationship with Sean heading anywhere? In DAVID INSIDE OUT, Bantle poses a universal dilemma: what do you do when the one you think you love is just using you? Do you hang in and hope? Do you try to move on? Who can you trust? (Holt, 2009)
Current Location: home rainy home
Current Mood: sleepysleepy
Current Music: fanfare for trumpets
Leannemyconception on May 3rd, 2009 07:14 pm (UTC)
thoughts on this book?
professornanaprofessornana on May 4th, 2009 02:04 pm (UTC)
I wanted more. It was a quick and interesting read but I wanted more. I do think the slant was fresh and original.