Fakie

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Lobster Press, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 142 pages
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(ages 13 - 17)  At first glance, Alex Miller seems like a typical teen – typical hair, typical clothes, typical hobbies. Look closer, and you'll see that his life is anything but typical – for Alex, fitting in has become a matter of life and death. The witness to a murder, Alex can't forget the things he has seen, and neither can the man he helped put in jail. The Witness Relocation Program has changed the identities of Alex and his mother repeatedly, and they need to keep running to stay one step ahead of his enemies. His latest identity as a skateboarder in Virginia Beach is no easy ride – nosegrabs, ollies, and kickflips are all new to him. Alex has to catch on quickly to blend in – but the biggest trick he'll have to master is staying alive

This short novel, full of action and intrigue, is part of The Red Line, a collection of high-low titles for reluctant teen readers, from Lobster Press.
 

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When Alex Miller adopts a new identity as a Virginia Beach skateboarder as part of the Witness Relocation Program he must worry about fitting in with his new clique as well as keeping safe from the criminal that wants him dead. Read full review

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Alex Miller was just a young boy when he witnessed the death of his father and then was shot himself. He survived however, and after an attempt on his life in the hospital, he and his mother were put ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
12
Section 2
17
Section 3
19
Section 4
23
Section 5
30
Section 6
32
Section 7
36
Section 8
55
Section 10
73
Section 11
78
Section 12
96
Section 13
101
Section 14
105
Section 15
125
Section 16
133
Copyright

Section 9
68

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About the author (2008)

Tony Varrato is a high school English teacher who lives in Georgetown, Delaware. He knows his intended audience well, and wrote the novel Fakie(Lobster Press, 2008) specifically for the reluctant male readers in his classroom, and others like them. He is also the author of Outrage(High Interest Publishing), and connects with his readers at www.tonyvarrato.com.

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