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7 Days at the Hot Corner

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  • Posted October 25, 2008

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    Reviewed by Jennifer Wardrip, aka "The Genius" for TeensReadToo.com

    "The hot corner." In baseball, it's third base. So named because of the fact that you always have to be ready for anything, and no one knows it better than eighteen-year-old Scott Latimer. <BR/><BR/>Scott is the starting third baseman on Thompson High School's varsity baseball team. The Spokane All-City High School Tournament is coming up in a matter of days, so of course Scott is worried about how he'll handle himself on "the hot corner." <BR/><BR/>The only problem is that, as life has a way of doing, things in his personal life are a little messed up at the moment. His best friend, Travis, was recently kicked out of his house by his parents and has been staying with Scott and his dad. And that was fine, until Travis handed him a copy of the school newspaper, which contained an article entitled "Coming Out." <BR/><BR/>Now "the hot corner" isn't just on the baseball field, but everywhere Scott looks. He doesn't know what to do about his friendship with Travis. He especially doesn't know how to handle some of the things Travis has said to him, such as the fact that Scott has issues with being the son of divorced parents. During these next seven days, it's up to Scott to figure out how to make things right again -- both on the field and off of it. <BR/><BR/>Again, author Terry Trueman has taken a well-drawn character and put him into a realistic situation. This is another great read from one of my favorite authors, and I can guarantee you won't go wrong by picking up a copy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2008

    Good perspective from the other side.

    Ok I don't know what book that mom read but there was no sex, gay or straight at all in the book. The book offers a very unique perspective then most books about gay teens. It shows the coming out story through the eyes of his straight best friend. I enjoyed this fresh outlook, as it still deals with a lot of issue gay teen have to go through. And it's also a good baseball book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2008

    Its an ok book

    In this book it is nice beacuse I love baseball and this book is mostly about his girl friend and him. His girl friend is getting really mad at him beacuse he never spends anytime with her. So,she thinks he has to spened more time with her. And he is spending too much time on baseball. But he is saying that once I get into the major leagues we are going to be rich.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2008

    A reviewer

    i thought it was a very good baseball book! Five Stars!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2008

    Shocked mom

    My 12 yr. old son checked this out of the school library and was shocked by the subject matter and language. The review gives no indication that the true subject of the book is gay sex and it is pretty graphic.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2008

    A reviewer

    Seven Days at the Hot Corner By: Trueman Terry The runner bating up he hits the first ball and wow ladies and gentlemen it¿s a homerun, Scott Latimer has an obsession for baseball becoming a professional baseball player, also having the championships in seven days. Before, of the seven days to start counting Scott has gone to the clinic to find out if he has gotten aids from his best friend known as Travis. Having a great friend next to him during the anxious days is great knowing him all his life and finding out he has been gay, while coming out of an article called coming out. Which describes the serious of a person who¿s coming out of his secrets, while he has heard the surprising news he gets an affect of seeing himself to be having aids being spread from his best friend. Having to find out from his best friend from elementary and find out he might be able to be having aids, Scott has been patient and has learned the appreciation having the life he has today. His parents being divorced and also his best friend being kicked out of his own house because of his opened secret by been gay made life more difficult for life to keep on going a steady pace. The persons¿ that might love or adore this book will be readers love sport of baseball, also the affects of an athlete. The situation of teenagers having problems with their parents being divorced, having your best friend that you have known his become another person that you have never known, their the same person, but have a different sex style.

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    Posted February 21, 2009

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