The CRASH Into Reality.

Crash! Crash Into Different!

Crash Coogan is the 7th grade 'super star' football player of his school. Of course this popularity comes at a cost. Crash is forced to bully a kid just because he is different. Unlike the others. Only this kid never gets angry, mad, or even upset. He is always smiling and gets along with everybody, even Crash who bully's him.

Crash gets his name from crashing into the enemy team. He lives for it. So proving that he is 'cool' and maybe even 'tough' is expected right? But this guy is changing Crash's world without knowing it. And trust is lost...

So what happens when this kid beats Crash and his friends betray him? What happens when having to prove yourself is all you can do to keep friends? Will Crash change his ways against others approval, seeking a new friend, or will he continue against his own will?

This is the symbol of friendship. A good, strong, new friendship is a unbreakable pair of arrows, where as a weak, un steady, fake friend ship are just two pointy sticks with "Arrow" labled on it. -Me

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2 years ago
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"Spinelli's fast-paced, lively novel is great fun to read." — Horn Book

2 years ago
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This book\soon-to-be movie is super relatable to me because I'm the nerdy, socially awkward kid who the jocks and preps never liked. I always wished to one day make them change their ways and stop trying to prove themselves worthy of popularity!

2 years ago
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I honestly think the book was to obvious and an easy read. Being a fairly relatable not too far starched r exotic made it loose oomph! Plus the detail was short due to the lack in pages. But it was also a very realistic book, that was like a slap of reality... kinds. The book was too predictable compared to the real thing. I rate 3/10.