Catch a Rising Star: The Adult Game of Youth Sports

Front Cover
Mill City Press, Incorporated, Nov 1, 2005 - Fiction - 252 pages
0 Reviews
What can drive a parent to sports rage? The Adult Game of Youth Sports Into this maelstrom hurls the Anderson family. Tom Anderson is an obsessed sports parent who lost out on his chance for football glory. He seeks redemption through his twelve-year-old son, Marc, whom he believes is the best youth quarterback in New Jersey. To stay ahead of the pack, Tom designs a demanding four-hour a day training program for Marc. While some would call this abusive, Tom believes he is doing all a father can do to prepare his son for the fiercely competitive world of professional sports. Tom's wife, Maggie, disagrees. She wants her children to just be children, and desperately tries to hold on to her daughter, Katie. But Katie has other plans. She is a natural born athlete, and has talent that her brother would kill to have. But Marc has something that Katie desperately wants more than a life in sports: the love and attention of their father, and she will not be denied..

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Bibliographic information