Paralyzed

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Orca Book Publishers, Nov 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
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Linebacker Reggie Scott is forced to deal with the repercussions of an incident that shakes his belief in the game he loves. When he is persecuted by angry fans for being a "dirty" player, Reggie is forced to confront his own guilt and decide whether he can continue to play his senior season and beyond.
 

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User Review  - ConnorSalazar - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed because I myself am a football player. It also caught my interest because makes me aware of the bad thing that can go wrong in sports. I would definitely recommend this book to all athletes. Read full review

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Contents

Chapter one
1
Chapter two
10
Chapter three
16
Chapter four
31
Chapter five
39
Chapter six
51
Chapter seven
57
Chapter eight
65
Chapter nine
74
Chapter ten
98
Chapter eleven
109
Chapter twelve
119
Chapter thirteen
130
Chapter fourteen
140
Chapter fifteen
153
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About the author (2008)

A sportswriter, columnist and sports editor for newspapers in Western Canada over a 20-year period, Jeff Rud is now a reporter for the Victoria Times Colonist, covering provincial politics in the British Columbia legislature. He has written both sports fiction and non-fiction. Born in Red Deer, Alberta, Jeff now lives in Victoria, B.C., with his wife, Lana, a middle school teacher, and their two children.