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kindle ↠ Hunter's Heart Exceptional Reading Language Arts Titles for Upper Grades Ó Hardcover read ¼ julia green à A rites of passage story about a 14 year old boy growing up over one summer Simon is beginning to sort out relationships with womSh landscape and the evidence of a harsh and violent past this is the story of a young man growing upand the girl who ultimately betrays h I honestly didn't go past page 93 The book doesn't seem to be going anywhere so I just gave up I thought it would be a nice romanceaction book But no It wasn't Sorry to disappointIt wasn't going anywhere and I didn't like Leah She's thinking of the guy as a toy and in my view is very slutty I don't like the fact that she's older than him plus she's playing him A big factor on why I can't be bothered to finish the bookPeople do not bother reading this I have to honestly say just to save you from wasting time

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En 16 year old Leah decides to manipulate him for her own amusement a powerful and dangerous mix begins to simmer Set against a wild Corni Angry teen Simon is struggling with his father's death in the past his mother moving him to a new town and his mother dating his art teacher Simon's only interest right now is survivalHe likes sling shots and gunsHis neighbor Leah wants to be friends while she waits for something else to happen She also likes the art teacher Her mother is an alcoholic and her father is an adultererThe book is aimed at teensI don't really like that for all of the drinking and sex with no stringsSimon eventually doesn't deal well with the stress of his life Buy's an air gun and shoots up his art teacher's studio along with Leah's He snaps when he find's Leah at the studio as the teacher sketches her semi nude Luckily no one finds out that Simon was the one that did the shootingMysteriousand never gets any clearer

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Hunter's Heart Exceptional Reading Language Arts Titles for Upper GradesA rites of passage story about a 14 year old boy growing up over one summer Simon is beginning to sort out relationships with women and wh Pain is hard to escape; especially when you can’t ever run away from it You’re stuck left there to suffer until you collapse Simon from Julia Green’s Hunter’s Heart has this pain and the desire to run away to ignore everyone and everything and get out The death of his father brought him this pain Now Simon doesn’t know what to do with himself or how to express himself Instead of sorting through his anger and resentment towards the loss of his father he chooses to indulge in weaponry his specialty being the common slingshot and stone He is constantly thinking about his slingshot and his long desired air rifle to his mother’s dismay and it starts to turn into an unhealthy obsession Personally I believe that Julia Green is heartless because on top of Simon’s raw tender pain she adds a character Simon’s neighbor Leah who is a manipulative girl that only wants to use Simon for her own personal selfish needs She is someone who doesn’t care about anyone but herself and only distracts Simon further from recovery But then again I realize that we need that distraction because without it there would be no fall out no final “last straw” where Simon finally breaks from too much pain and hurt The distraction is a combination of Leah hunting air rifles drinking walking on a rocky beach This lasts for the entirety of the bookexcluding the conclusion of course I had to re read about 100 pages of this book I now realize this book was not intended to be read in continuous periods of time but rather in small doses I tried to read it too fast and ended up having to go back The style of writing shows such tender raw pain that it can be physically painful to read But that’s the point and now that I finished the book I can appreciate that I feel as though I had bonded with the characters in the book Everything is so personal and direct; it’s hard not to get attached The characters were very well constructed as they were consistent—I never once doubted the actions of a character in the book except for the ending I’m not supposed to spoil it but I will say that at first I was really shocked But after thinking about it I really wasn’t I figured there had to be something big that needed to happen at the end since the first 95% of the book was just telling the story of Simon and what he did during the summer There are clues in the text that are so obvious but the author tricks you; your mind is too numb that you don’t realize it until it’s too late That’s what I loved about this book If you aren’t curious like me you’ll be bored to death There is a plot I promise But you might have to dig through all the pain and suffering first in order to find it