Shadow Boxer - eBook  -     By: Chris Lynch
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Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers / 2013 / ePub

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: 2013
ISBN: 9781442446885
ISBN-13: 9781442446885
Availability: In Stock
Ages: 10-13

Publisher's Description

Boxing is the family sport—but it’s killing the family in this riveting read from the author of Inexcusable, a National Book Award finalist.

It’s been five years since his father died, and fourteen-year-old George is the man of the family. He knows all too well how brutal the life of a fighter can be. Didn’t it kill his father?

But Monty, George’s younger brother, has a completely different attitude. Boxing comes naturally to him. It’s in his blood. He thinks of it as his father’s legacy.

Unless George figures out a way to stop it, will boxing kill Monty, too?

Author Bio

Chris Lynch is the Printz Honor Award–winning author of several highly acclaimed young adult novels, including as Little Blue Lies, Pieces, Kill Switch, Angry Young Man, and Inexcusable, which was a National Book Award finalist and the recipient of six starred reviews. He is also the author of the Printz Honor Book Freewill, Gold Dust, Iceman, Gypsy Davy, and Shadow Boxer—all ALA Best Books for Young Adults—as well Extreme Elvin, Whitechurch, and All the Old Haunts. He holds an MA from the writing program at Emerson College. He teaches in the Creative Writing MFA program at Lesley University. He lives in Boston and in Scotland.

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