No Way Out

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Scholastic, Incorporated, Aug 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 140 pages
17 Reviews
Bluford High: It's not just school--it's real life.

Harold Davis, a freshman at Bluford High, is trapped. Medical bills for his sick grandmother are piling up, and a social worker has threatened to put him in a foster home. Desperate for money, he reluctantly agrees to work for Londell James, a neighborhood drug dealer. The choice leads him into a world of dangerous streets where no one is safe.

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Review: No Way Out (Bluford High #14)

User Review  - Cesar Cruz - Goodreads

well its a pretty good book really but that aint important Harold's grandma gets some mail. She is very worried, and so is Harold. The total cost of all of the medical bills is $2,454.17 . With this ... Read full review

Review: No Way Out (Bluford High #14)

User Review  - Anaja M - Goodreads

In the book “No Way Out” by Peggy Kern, Harold a freshman student at Bluford high school is under a lot of pressure with his sick grandmother and school. Not only that, Harold lives by some big time ... Read full review