Reformed

Reformed

Justin Weinberger / Nov 18, 2019

Reformed What s harder than surviving a school bully Surviving a school full of bullies The word troublemaker has never been used to describe Ian Hart Nice nerdy clueless if you ask the girls in his class Wh

  • Title: Reformed
  • Author: Justin Weinberger
  • ISBN: 9780545902526
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What s harder than surviving a school bully Surviving a school full of bullies.The word troublemaker has never been used to describe Ian Hart Nice, nerdy clueless, if you ask the girls in his class Which is exactly why he gets along with Devon Crawford Devon s the kind of kid who speaks his mind and stands up for his friends even if he sometimes takes it too fWhat s harder than surviving a school bully Surviving a school full of bullies.The word troublemaker has never been used to describe Ian Hart Nice, nerdy clueless, if you ask the girls in his class Which is exactly why he gets along with Devon Crawford Devon s the kind of kid who speaks his mind and stands up for his friends even if he sometimes takes it too far.But after one of Devon s pranks goes terribly awry, Ian finds himself shipped off to the scariest place on earth bully reform school where the pranks are twisted, the bullies are brutal, and good kids like Ian don t stand a chance.

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    354 Comments

    1. School bullies or nice kids? Sometimes who you hang out with determines your fate. After four boys get in trouble on the last day of school, they get sent to summer reform school. Will this change their behavior? Will they find out who the real bullies are? This was an OK read for me!


    2. I'm still not exactly sure what the point of this book is. I don't think I'd recommend it to my struggling students, as I had a hard time figuring out what was really happening with the main character. I skimmed most of the second half of it.


    3. This book is about a boy named Ian hart. The day before field day, his teacher gave his whole class an assignment to be done by tomorrow(which was field day). The next day Ian asked his mom to not make him a peanut butter sandwich.(but she did anyways). Ian was mad but he wen't to school. When he got their he didn't do his assignment and tried to ask people if he can copy of them. But they all said no. After sitting in the classroom the teacher finally let him go out and play during field day. " [...]


    4. I really don't want to rate this book 2 star but I'm left with no other choice :/ The only good (or rather not so bad) stuff about the book was the writing. Apart from that, none of the elements of the book succeeded in impressing me or even hold my attention. The low points :- ‎* Characterisation wasn't good enough. ‎* A very very weak plot. * Unclear conclusion. (I failed to understand what the moral of the story was)  * Story was peppered with so many not so funny moments which I pre [...]



    5. I thought this book was okay. It isn't really my type of book. I like books that are scary or have a cliff hangers in them. I think people who like funny books would like this.



    6. This book would be good for you if you are good at reading.If you struggle at all I wouldn't suggest it because I had a hard time finding the plot. There is this kid named Ian who was enrolled in a bully school so he's not trying to get get bullied by trying to fit in and be quiet. It ended up working because no one bullied him but he didn’t have a lot of friends he felt good about it because he didn't have jerks as friends.


    7. E ARC from Edelweiss Above the TreelineIan gets drawn into a prank performed by his "friend" Devon on the last day of middle school. Devon traded for Ian's peanut butter sandwich and put some in Max's food-- causing Max to go into anaphylactic shock. The boys are found out, and with two of their other friends who were involved, sent off to a camp for transgressors, since they are almost in high school. There, Ian finally realizes the depths of Devon's cruelty, and is surprised at the cruelty of [...]


    8. Weinberger, Justin Reformed, 210 pages. Press, MARCH 2017. $17. Ian, twelve, and his friends have been sent for six weeks at bully reform school. In order to enjoy this story, I have to be able to buy the premise that Ian and his friends are all rotten and that they did something that warrants six weeks in a reform school with older kids – but I don’t. I can’t buy into the premise, so I didn’t enjoy the book. This is the third book I have tried to read about reforming bullies this month [...]


    9. I liked the premise of this book about bullies and how they operate, but the delivery of the message was a bit shaky in my eyes. Still, I know it will appeal to many intermediate readers, and it does serve as something of a cautionary tale. Right before the school year ends, Ian Hart and his friends get in trouble for giving Max, a boy with a severe peanut allergy, a peanut butter sandwich. They're sent to an odd bully reform school where they are expected to toe the line, engage in therapy, and [...]


    10. The book was hard to follow. I spent most of the time trying to figure out if the main character's "blackouts" were because he had multiple personalities and if his friends were real or not. This is a good book for students who are bystanders, who don't bully, but don't intervene when bullying happens, either.


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