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His life in a tailspin, Dale finds a helping hand in Miss Furbish, the beautiful homeroom ...
His life in a tailspin, Dale finds a helping hand in Miss Furbish, the beautiful homeroom teacher whose well-meaning kindness gradually builds into a potentially dangerous passion. And in his lowest times, Dale gets a final shot at his dream: A hardscrabble team of street-ballers that may have what it takes to win the City Championship.
Winning the City Redux is now re-imagined for a new generation of readers to discover. Written in Theodore Weesner’s signature gritty style, Redux again breaks through as an enduring piece of literature, even as its language and plot coalesce to form an enthralling page-turner. A perfect follow-on to Weesner’s classic hit, The Car Thief, Redux entertains as it examines new dimensions of classism, corruption, youth angst and dangerous passion.
Posted November 12, 2012
This one turned into a 3 for me. I did read it all although it is more for the sports fan. This is a drama filled coming of age story. But in the end it just wasn't for me.
"*I received a copy of this book for free to review, this in no way influenced my review, all opinions are 100% honest and my own."