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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

YOU never know what you get......

I gave this book 4 stars because it kept me guessing right up to the end. Sadly, the ending wasn't to my liking, however I do recommend it; it's a quick read (I finished it in a few hours) and could foster good conversation.

posted by Annibebe on March 23, 2011

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Great Suspense book

In the book You by Charles Benoit, it simply talks about a boy named Kyle who kinda struggles fitting in. He goes throughout life doing the same thing everyday, getting up in the morning having his mother yell at him about getting a job and constantly struggling with ho...
In the book You by Charles Benoit, it simply talks about a boy named Kyle who kinda struggles fitting in. He goes throughout life doing the same thing everyday, getting up in the morning having his mother yell at him about getting a job and constantly struggling with how he sees himself as a person. This book offers a wide variety of different literary elements and always keeps you on the edge of your seat. Throughout the book, Kyle has this crush on a girl names Ashley and they are best friends as well, but when the new kid Zack moves to town, at first Kyle hates him but when he starts to talk to him more often and starts to go to some of his parties, he gradually becomes closer to him after Zack sticks up to the school bully/jock and saves Kyle from getting beat up in the locker room after school one day. This is a very suspesful book especially in the ending when something happens that you never would have seen coming. It shocked me and I'm sure it will shock you as well. I would definetly recommend You as a book to read if you are looking for something to keep you on the edge of your seat and never wanting to put the book down because it is so interesting.

posted by megtuttle on May 23, 2011

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  • Posted May 17, 2010

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    Reviewed by Karin Librarian for TeensReadToo.com

    Kyle is a hoodie. One of those kids that sits in the back of the class, tries not to be noticed, doesn't do his homework (only because he doesn't see the point), and dresses in the same "uniform" every day - black jeans, black shirt, black hoodie.

    You can find hoodies in every school, even though they might be called something else - slackers, freaks, stoners. Whenever you see them walking down the hall or through the mall, you don't know exactly what to expect - you just know it won't be good.

    YOU by Charles Benoit provides a glimpse into the mind of Kyle. By writing in a second-person point-of-view, the reader actually walks around inside Kyle's head. You are the character going through the story.

    * You are the one listening to the teachers explain how important it is you turn in all your work the rest of the
    grading period even though you still won't be able to pass the class.
    * You are the one attending Midlands High School because your grades weren't good enough to go to the
    private school with the people you already know.
    * You are the one with a secret crush on a girl you're afraid you have no chance with.
    * You are the one who thinks that your cute, kindergarten-age sister is the best person you know.
    * You are the one with a tragic end.

    Kyle is a good guy. Is he misunderstood? No - he projects exactly what he wants to project. The people in his life don't give him a reason to do anything differently.

    EVERY educator needs to read this book!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 17, 2012

    I gave this book 5 stars because I loved the story and plot and

    I gave this book 5 stars because I loved the story and plot and it kept me wanting to read more. I've never felt that way about books because I don't read much. So, saying that, it's a pretty good book. The book You is in the form of YOU/ 4th person point of view, hence the title You. I thought that made it VERY interesting because it was the first book I read in 4th person. In the book, you are Kyle Chase who is a Sophomore in High School. Kyle has MANY problems. He still doesn't have a job, is failing every class you can think of, he's always in trouble, and he can't even get the guts to ask out the love of his life. Also, he once tried punching someone but, it backfired because he missed and he hit the bus window. There were shards of glass everywhere and blood everywhere. But, one day, Kyle (or your) life changed forever. A new kid moved in named Zack. Zack instantly became popular and one of Kyle's friends. But, there's more to Zack than everyone knows. Zack like pushing people around. Pushing them till they crack and cry for mercy. What does that mean? Well, YOU're going to have to read the book to find out. I would recommend this to Middle School kids and High Schoolers. Mostly because the setting of the book is in High School. This lets the reader connect more to the setting and situations that happen in the book. For example, in the book, Kyle describes how you can tell who's part of what group: The Jocks, The Nerds, or The Hoodies. High Schoolers can connect to that and how it's like that in there school. Also, in the book, Kyle talks like a High Schooler. He talks in his own teenage slang. Most adults may not know what he's trying to say and the language he's using may seem confusing. All and all, this book is great for all ages and one of the best books I've ever read!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 8, 2011

    Amazing

    I saw this in my school and got it so i could kill a few minuets during class..... from the first page i was sucked stright into the pages and suddenly began living the life of zach I did not find my way back to the real world till after i finished the last page Amazing book that will draw you in and wont let you go, not even a single dry page in YOU

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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