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In the middle of the night Garrett is taken from his home to Harmony Lake, a boot camp for troubled teens. Maybe some kids deserve to be sent there, but Garrett knows he doesn't. Subjected to brutal physical and psychological abuse, he tries to fight back, but the battle is futile. He won't be allowed to leave until he's admitted his "mistakes" and conformed to Harmony Lake's standards of behavior. And there's no way to fake it. Beaten, humiliated, and stripped of his pride, Garrett's spirit is slowly ebbing ...
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Overview

In the middle of the night Garrett is taken from his home to Harmony Lake, a boot camp for troubled teens. Maybe some kids deserve to be sent there, but Garrett knows he doesn't. Subjected to brutal physical and psychological abuse, he tries to fight back, but the battle is futile. He won't be allowed to leave until he's admitted his "mistakes" and conformed to Harmony Lake's standards of behavior. And there's no way to fake it. Beaten, humiliated, and stripped of his pride, Garrett's spirit is slowly ebbing away. Then he hears whispers of an escape plot. It's incredibly risky -- if he's caught, the consequences will be unthinkable -- but it may be his only way out.

In this tense, riveting novel, award-winning YA author Todd Strasser reveals what really goes on in highly secretive -- and notoriously dangerous -- boot camps, a stealth prison system where any teenager under the age of eighteen can be imprisoned at his parents' whim.
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Publishers Weekly

In his latest novel, Strasser (Can't Get There from Here) delivers an indictment of boot camps used to control unruly teenagers. Following a middle-of-night abduction, 15-year-old Garrett Durrell finds himself being driven to an unknown location in upstate New York. Upon his arrival at Lake Harmony, he is told that his parents have paid for his stay at the facility, "a highly structured boarding school specializing in intensive behavior modification," until he learns to act like a respectful son. While most camp attendees are there because of problems with drugs or violent behavior, Garrett's high-powered parents have enrolled him largely because he refuses to stop dating Sabrina-his former math teacher, eight years his senior. The staff is authorized to use any force necessary to alter the students' negative behaviors; this can include Temporary Isolation (24 hours of lying face down on the floor of a concrete cell), being shackled outdoors overnight, and a blaring drone of propaganda during meals. Additionally, students report on each others' infractions and abuse those who are making little progress. Unwilling to renounce his love for Sabrina, Garrett befriends two students who have devised an escape plan, and the trio flees north to Canada. Strasser paints his protagonist as heroic, sympathetic and rational ("The product Lake Harmony delivers is the child you always knew you had... not the one you got stuck with"), and when he is ultimately broken-bodily and spiritually-the tragedy is all the more profound. Strasser offers no easy answers, and nimbly navigates a host of moral gray areas. Ages 12-up. (May)

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KLIATT - Paula Rohrlick
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, May 2007: This gripping novel opens as Garrett, age 15, is being kidnapped and taken off to a disciplinary boot camp because he won't do what his demanding, snobbish parents tell him. His crimes? He skips school, though he's so bright he still gets good grades, and he continues to date his former teacher. Camp Harmony is supposed to teach him to behave and to respect authority, but as Garrett quickly learns, it's really a military-style penal colony. The goal: "We break you down, then build you back the way you should be." Garrett rebels, of course, and is treated viciously, required to lie face down on the floor for a week in "Temporary Isolation," subject to psychological abuse, and beaten by fellow teens who have been co-opted by the guards. Two other inmates who are even worse off finally convince him that escape is the only option, but will Garrett succeed in getting away? Strasser, author of Give a Boy a Gun and many other books for YAs, has done his homework, as an appended bibliography attests, and in an afterword he tells more about this horrifying "secret prison system for teenagers." The cover—a life-size boot print—and the subject matter are sure to draw readers. Teens, especially boys, will be riveted by Garrett's appalling experiences and by his suspenseful escape, even if the ending might not be what they hope or expect. The novel is a real eye-opener, and the helplessness of teens incarcerated in these boot camps, as exemplified by Garrett, is truly shocking. Reviewer: Paula Rohrlick
Children's Literature - Christina M. Desai
This is a work of fiction about an existing system of harsh discipline and "correction." Garrett's parents send him to a boot camp when he defies them by staying out all night and refusing to end an affair with his teacher. Like many sixteen year olds (and many adults), he exhibits a degree of hubris and lack of sound judgment, but nothing to merit the torture tactics he endures at Lake Harmony, tactics that include repeated beatings and weeks of solitary confinement face down on a concrete floor. The novel explores the psychology of torture, both mental and physical. Garrett's tormentors, fellow students, are lured by the power it gives them, fear reprisal by higher ups, or seek to please those above for selfish reasons. Some act out of anger, cowardice, or a sense of powerlessness, while still others have been brainwashed into believing that torture is necessary. Part classic prison escape thriller a la Papillon and part classic orphan/boarding school tale a la Oliver Twist, this page-turner describes the horrific conditions at a present-day boot camp and builds to a suspenseful escape. It highlights the legal gaps in children's rights and protections in a society that relies so heavily on laws and litigation rather than on extended family or community involvement in parenting. Strasser cites news exposes dating from the last ten years to show that such camps are both legal and thriving. This work is sure to provoke classroom discussion on such topics as discipline, torture, brainwashing, children's rights, the legal and penal system, and maturity. Reviewer: Christina M. Desai
Children's Literature - Monserrat Urena
Garrett is a gifted teenager who seems to have everything. With two successful parents, he grew up surrounded by wealth. The problem with perfection is that it is almost always cracked, and Garrett cannot seem to please his parents. He stays out at night. He cuts school. He experiments with drugs. He is also having an affair with his teacher, a woman several years his senior. Garrett's parents believe he has a great future ahead of him, but he is throwing it all away. So far, they have tried everything they can think of to change him, but it has not worked. Then, they learn about Lake Harmony, a very successful boot camp for troubled adolescents. Without his knowledge and without his consent, Garrett's parents have handed him over to the "experienced" hands of Lake Harmony personnel. Underage Garrett is subsequently kidnapped in the middle of the night and taken in handcuffs to an undisclosed location. There, he is a prisoner without rights and is subject to the cruelty and malice of the camp. Time passes slowly, but the torture and humiliation continues unabated. He makes a desperate escape with two fellow inmates, but it may be impossible for him to leave Lake Harmony behind. Boot camps often appear on daytime talk shows as a popular way of fixing troubled teens. It is clear that they exist, but their true nature is not openly addressed. This book succeeds in bringing the idea of boot camps to the forefront of the reader's mind. As a work of fiction, however, the book is problematic. It reads as an odd hybrid of J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye and George Orwell's 1984. In the end, I can only say read it and decide for yourself. Reviewer: Monserrat Urena
Kirkus Reviews
Strasser explores the intriguing topic of militaristic boot camps, described as a secret prison system with 4,000 to 10,000 teens, but he undermines his effort with implausible characters and tedious violence. Narrator Garrett is an unlikely prisoner, an articulate genius incarcerated by his stereotypically heartless millionaire parents for having sex with his young math teacher. Her attraction to the self-absorbed adolescent, for which she loses her job and risks arrest for sexual abuse, is unconvincingly attributed to their mutual interest in manga and math. But teachers sexually exploiting minors comes across as harmless compared to the camp's physical abuse and psychological manipulation. Garrett, often in solitary confinement, suffers repeated brutal beatings. The other teens are largely thuggish and one-dimensional. They have bad skin, poor math skills and meager vocabularies, even though their parents can afford to pay $48,000 a year for camp. Only the scene where Garrett helps two desperate teens escape provides relief from the well-intentioned but heavy-handed expose. (Fiction. YA)
From the Publisher
"Teens, especially boys, will be riveted...the novel is a real eye-opener."—KLIATT

"Strasser creates characters who will provoke a strong reaction from readers....Teens...will certainly find themselves engrossed in this fast-paced and revealing story about the hidden side of teen incarceration."—School Library Journal

"Strasser offers no easy answers, and nimbly navigates a host of moral gray areas."—Publishers Weekly

"The real-world issues will hit a nerve."—Booklist

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416908487
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers
  • Publication date: 5/22/2007
  • Pages: 256
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Lexile: 750L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Todd Strasser has written many critically acclaimed novels for adults, teenagers, and children, including the award-winning Can’t Get There from Here, Give a Boy a Gun, Boot Camp, If I Grow Up, Famous, and How I Created My Perfect Prom Date, which became the Fox feature film Drive Me Crazy. Todd lives in a suburb of New York and speaks frequently at schools. Visit him at ToddStrasser.com.

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"Your parents sent you to Lake Harmony because they love you."

"Excuse me. M y hands are numb."

"So?" replies the man driving the car. His name is Harry.

"Maybe you could loosen the handcuffs?" I ask.

"Sorry blue blood."

"If you're sorry then why don't you help me?"

"No can do." Harry wears a cowboy hat and speaks with a western accent. From my seat in the back of the dark car I can only see the silhouette of his shoulders and thick neck beneath the wide-brimmed hat. My hands, locked behind me for the past two hours, have gone numb. I feel nothing but tingling from my wrists down.

"Would you at least tell me where you're taking me?" I ask.

Harry doesn't answer. The car bounces and lurches through the dark. Except for the short stretch of dusty reddish dirt road illuminated by the headlights, it is as black as blindness outside. Rocks kicked up by the tires clank against the car's underside. The air-conditioning murmurs. Now and then sudsy spray splashes against the windshield, and the wipers wash away dust and splattered bug carcasses.

With my hands joined by the handcuffs in the small of my back, there is no way to get comfortable, no way to relieve the pressure that has cut off the circulation.

"When my parents hired you, did they know that physical abuse was part of the deal?" I ask.

From the movement of his head, I sense that Harry is looking at me in the rearview mirror, but his eyes are hidden in the shadow from the r im of his hat. "That was some spread we picked you up from, blue blood. What's your father's business that he can afford a place like that?"

Harry's been calling me blue blood ever since he and the woman riding shotgun took me against my will from my parents' house, drove me to the airport, and flew me to upstate New York.

"You really want to know what my father does? How about loosening these handcuffs and I'll tell you."

"Nice try, partner." Harry chuckles. The woman sitting beside h im turns to look over the seat at me. Her name is Rebecca, and she is younger than Harry. In the eight hours since they grabbed me, I've learned that Rebecca is new to the business of kidnapping for hire (Harry prefers you call h im a "transporter"). She has a pretty face and streaked blond hair with dark roots. But there is a hardness around her eyes and mouth that makes me think of someone older.

"Can you feel anything at all?" she asks.

"No. I'm worried I'll have permanent nerve damage or something."

In the dark car, she turns to Harry. "Couldn't you loosen them just a little?"

"Fat chance," Harry chuckles." Come on, sugarplum, you've been there. You know how it works. First rule is, don't believe a word these kids say. You loosen those cuffs, next he'll say he needs to relieve himself by the side of the road. Now how's he gonna do that with his hands cuffed behind him, right? So he swears on his mother's grave if you undo them he won't run. Next thing you know, you're chasing him through the woods cussing yourself for being such a fool."

Once again Rebecca glances over the seat at me. Even in the shadows I can sense her uncertainty.

"What does he mean, 'you've been there'?" I ask.

"I've been where you're going," she answers.

"Why?" I ask.

Before Rebecca can answer, Harry snaps, "That's none of your business, blue blood. I've heard enough out of you. Now shut it."

"One last thing," I tell him. "I really do have to go. You've been with me for the last eight hours, so you know I'm telling the truth. A n d I give you my word that I won't run."

"Ha! Now that is what we call manipulation," Harry says with just a hint of annoyance. "See how the moment he acts agreeable it makes you feel sympathetic toward him? Like he can't be such a bad kid, right? Giving you his word and all. Well, sugarplum, that's the first step toward h im trying to get you on his side."

Rebecca gives h im an astonished look, as if that is precisely what she's feeling.

"Never forget, these kids have had years of experience lying, manipulating, doing whatever it takes to get what they want," Harry counsels her. "That's why their parents hired us. That's why they're paying four grand a month to send h im where he's going."

Rebecca swivels her head and faces stiffly forward. I wonder if she feels angry or humiliated now that Harry has demonstrated how easy it is to fall under the spell of my "evil" ways.

In silence we bump down the narrow dirt road. I yawn and wish I could stretch. It was after midnight when we landed at the airport in Utica. Now it must be close to three A.M.

"How much longer?" I ask.

Neither Harry nor Rebecca answers. Rocks bang against the undercarriage of the car. The potholes are getting bigger, and we toss and heave like a boat on rough seas.

"So I guess when I said I really did have to go to the bathroom, you didn't believe me."

My words are met with silence.

"Or maybe you'll say, ' Go right ahead, it's not your car, why should you care?'"

Harry reaches up and adjusts the rearview mirror. This time our eyes meet. "I told you to shut it, blue blood." His voice drops ominously with the implicit threat or else. After a few more minutes he veers onto another dirt road. In the distance, through the dusty windshield, I can see dim lights, which gradually grow brighter. We stop before a tall chain-link fence topped with loops of razor wire. A man steps out of a small white booth and shines a flashlight into the car. Rebecca shields her eyes from the glare. I have to turn my face. The man seems to recognize Harry. He unlocks the gate and we drive through, past a dark basketball court and a bare flagpole, and pull into a gravel parking lot.

"Here we are." Harry jumps out of the car with unexpected energy after the long ride. He comes around to my door and pulls me out with a firm grip. After sitting in that awkward position for so long, my legs and back are stiff, and I straighten up unsteadily. But I also feel a brief wave of relief, as standing temporarily takes the excruciating pressure off my bladder, which has felt near bursting for at least half an hour. I shake out my legs and glance around.

"Trust me, blue blood, don't be thinking about running," Harry warns. "Even if you got through the fence, there's nothing but forest out there. You're so far away from civilization, y o u ' l l starve before you see another human being."

The air is cool and smells like pine. The chatter of crickets is almost as loud as traffic on a city street. In the dark I can make out four or five buildings, none more than two stories tall.

Then the crickets go silent.

And I hear screaming.

Copyright © 2007 by Todd Strasser

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  • Posted June 29, 2011

    I feel like i got tricked

    The book is short, six bucks, and only 180 pages! Nook should really telll how many pages a book has before buying

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2012

    Good read

    I really liked this book bcuz every page makes u hungry for the next. I strongly recommend this book.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2012

    WWASP SURVIVOR

    i love reading and find myself drawn to YA novels. However, reading this summary i stopped dead in my tracks because it hits too close to home. I read reviews about it being a great story...but sitting here at the age of 26 and having a great career, son i love, and take life day by day....i am still haunted of the day i was 14 and sent to casa by the sea in mexico for behavior modification or boot camp as many call it. So a good read some may say but it saddens me that so many people dont believe this happens all the time. Im not judging the story because i have not read it and dont know if i will be able to- i just wanted to put some things into perspective. If you dont know about these programs...i suggest you google it. WWASP - NOW THERES SOME READING MATERIAL

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 18, 2012

    Yes i recommend this book its amazing journey you feel the intense feeling of boot camp

    This book is about a teen boy named Garret. he is sent to boot camp for lying, stealing , and being disrespectful to his parents. he goes in that boot camp getting abused beaten up and tortured. he goes through tough fights but some how finds a way to escape. But risking his whole life of being in boot camp he let his friends run off free to help the boot camp head people. At the end he learns that respecting and listening to his parents his the number one most important thing to do.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2011

    Sentence ratio is unsatisfactory

    To little transitional complex sentence starters. Glad to see proper semicolon placement though! That made my day!

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 1, 2010

    highly recommended!!!!

    Garret Durrell- an extremely brilliant 15-year-old- is transported by a professional kidnapper to a "fancy school" better known as Lake Harmony, a facility for the troubled youth where he is stripped out of his city clothes and into his new attire. Little did his parents know about the daily threats that awaited young Garret, he tries to keep from being "brainwashed" under the camps' and his new "fathers'" method of "training", hoping that one day he can be re-united with Sabrina, his teacher and girlfriend; which is the reason why his parents are paying four thousand dollars a month for Garret to be at this camp. During his stay in Lake Harmony, he has endured T.I and its many beatings, threats from his new "father" Joe which seem to be countless, and continual verbal abuse from his peers in his new "family". Will Garret ever learn to behave the way Lake Harmony wants him to? When will Garret snap? Will Garret attempt to escape Lake Harmony?
    I recommend this book for those who are not only willing to find out what happens but who are looking for a book full of excitement. This is the book for you!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2010

    Highly Recommended

    I read the book Boot Camp by Todd Strasser. I'm a 14 year old girl in the 8th grade. I would recommend this book to everyone, it would be a very good class read.
    The book was placed in upstate New York at a hidden facility called Lake Harmony; it's a boot camp for troubled teens. The author really makes you feel like you're witnessing what cruel actions are happening. The main character is a 15 year old named Garrett. His character is very intelligent, can decide right from wrong, he thinks about his options, and ways around what the officers expect at Lake Harmony.
    The book is mainly telling a teenagers side based on dishonesty, distrust, and the torture he received for standing up for what was right and his beliefs. Todd Strasser is a very good author and I look forward to reading more of his books. He is definitely now a favorite author of mine. You will not regret reading this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 11, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Must read!!

    A story straight from the headlines!! I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in learning about the real stories behind boot camps and wilderness survival camps. Headlines came when the WASP organization in real life abused children for money. This is a fictional story based on that real life tradegy. Check it:)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2014

    Good

    This book is a good one overall. The ending didnt end how i would have liked it but it was still good. It is an good insight on what really hapens in those camps.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2014

    A Great Read

    This book was a real thrill seeker for me. It was a great read. I highly recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2014

    I recently have read Boot Camp by Todd Strausser and I have to a

    I recently have read Boot Camp by Todd Strausser and I have to admit I honestly was eager to keep reading. Throughout the book it seemed like I was watching a movie while I was reading from how vivid and lively Strausser wrote. I was finding myself somewhat excited to find out what was going to happen next, as well as how I found myself wanted to read which isn’t normally how I am. I truly believe this might be my new favorite book that I would recommend reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2014

    HADES

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2014

    James H.

    I hate reading with all my life and yet I had to do a book project for school. My teacher gave me this book to read and I actualy liked it. I guess what im trying to say overall its a great book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2014

    Jason

    Poked his head in "hello"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2014

    Sam

    ((A Big cabin with Greek (Duh) columns made of marble. The inside has a statue of Zeus and the ceiling is the sky and changes with the strongest occupants mood...Um Idk what else.))
    She sets her stuff down on a bunk

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2014

    ZEUS CABIN

    First child of zeus o fome here chooses how it is built.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2014

    Bootcamp

    So far tge book by Htodd strasser Bootcamp is great.I like the book because it gives alot if details and makes you picture something in yiure head no matter what.I also like the book because nothing you expect to happen happens.I am reading
    this book because my brother recommeded it to me I am 41% through the book.This is a must get book.

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    Posted October 22, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2013

    Great book!

    This book was amazing! I couldn't put the book down. I stayed up all night trying to finish it... lol

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