Lockdown (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)

Lockdown (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)

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Lockdown 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
Wendy Stokke More than 1 year ago
i absulutely loved this book i am 12... it had language if thats an issue for u... u really get into the characters. i recomend this to anyone with a free hour or to to read. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I rate the book a 4. I thought it was a great book for a 13 year old. If you can handle the bad language and be mature then you are going to like this book. Lockdown is about juvenile prisoners who are try to to fix there live. There are some hard times for the main character Reese. Reese gets into trouble with some other inmates. Reese also is getting in some more trouble with the crime that got him in jail. You will be able to see what Reese goes through and the changes he makes in jail.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best book with action but strong language
djwiggins16 More than 1 year ago
this book is amazing because it teaches me the bacis of going through everyday life. i really want everybody out there to read this book because its a very good book. other books i have red was nothing compared to this book no books!!!
BexBoox More than 1 year ago
Even kids in trouble and Reese just might be it. He's incarcerated in Progress Center, a lockdown facility for juvenile offenders. But, Reese wants a better life for himself and his little sister, Icy. To do that, he's got to stay out of fights and be a model prisoner. The administrator of Progress has some faith in him. Reese is given a work detail as an orderly in a senior center, where he meets Mr. Hooft, who immediately tells Reese a) he doesn't like him and b) he has killed people in his past life. But, as time goes on, Reese learns Mr. Hooft's story and realizes internment in a Japanese prison camp is far worse than the life he's had. Hooft teaches the young man lessons Reese's father never did. This is a strongly written juvenile story with an edge that can cut to the quick. Having done a bit of research on Myers, I've learned that he's a strong advocate for juveniles and has books have gotten many non-readers interested in literature. I'd strongly recommend this book for kids in trouble or those who are even contemplating it. Rebecca Kyle, May 2010
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This is a very good book but may contain cursing but its still an awesome book
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Gooodbook
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I eat a lesbian that lives in colunbia sc i go to dutch fork high skool n the 9th gradevand have sex with my mom all day
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