Blaze: If You Can't Stand the Heat, Don't Walk into the Fire, #1
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Blaze: If You Can't Stand the Heat, Don't Walk into the Fire, #1  -     By: Hope Bolinger

Blaze: If You Can't Stand the Heat, Don't Walk into the Fire, #1

Illumite YA / 2019 / Paperback

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Danny knew his sophomore year would be stressful . . . but he didn’t ex-pect his school to burn down on the first day. To make matters worse (and they were about to get a lot worse), he — and his three best friends — receive an email in their inboxes from the principal of their rival, King’s Academy, offering full-rides to attend the town's prestigious boarding school. Danny wants nothing to do with King’s Academy and says no. Of course his mother says yes. So off he goes to be bullied and picked on for not being part of the popular and rich "in crowd." From day one at King’s, Danny encounters hazing, mocking insults from girls at the "popular and pretty" table, and cafeteria food that, for such a prestigious school, tastes as if it were purchased from a military surplus supply warehouse. If he survives, Danny will have to overcome his fears of failure, rejection, and loneliness—all while standing strong in his beliefs and walking into the fire.

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Title: Blaze: If You Can't Stand the Heat, Don't Walk into the Fire, #1
By: Hope Bolinger
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 292
Vendor: Illumite YA
Publication Date: 2019
Dimensions: 9 X 6 X 0.686 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 3 ounces
ISBN: 1645260526
ISBN-13: 9781645260523
Ages: 13-18
Stock No: WW5260523

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