3 Nbs of Julian Drew

3 Nbs of Julian Drew #2020

Nbs of Julian Drew Fifteen year old Julian Drew is locked into his garage bedroom every night by his brutal father and abusive stepmother made to pee in a can starved belittled and sometimes beaten One fall day he
  • Title: 3 Nbs of Julian Drew
  • Author: James M. Deem
  • ISBN: 9780380810987
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fifteen year old Julian Drew is locked into his garage bedroom every night by his brutal father and abusive stepmother, made to pee in a can, starved, belittled, and sometimes beaten One fall day, he buys a cheap notebook NB at a drugstore in Tucson, Arizona, and begins writing in a simple code to someone he calls U Word by mysterious word, his NBs become a refuge fromFifteen year old Julian Drew is locked into his garage bedroom every night by his brutal father and abusive stepmother, made to pee in a can, starved, belittled, and sometimes beaten One fall day, he buys a cheap notebook NB at a drugstore in Tucson, Arizona, and begins writing in a simple code to someone he calls U Word by mysterious word, his NBs become a refuge from his bewildering circumstances He writes of his pain, his fragile contacts with a teacher and a troubled girl he calls S, and the moment when he turns from writing to action and embarks on a remarkable journey to solve the puzzle of his life.
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    Este libro habia estado en mi librero por 7 a os, lo habia intentado leer con anterioridad pero por el lenguaje en que esta escrito no pasaba de las primeras 4 paginas Hoy me decidi a leerlo, es el mejor libro que leido estos ultimos meses why didn t I read it before

    I found a copy somewhere a long time ago but didn t buy because I dunno And then I found this list of must reads for young adults and saw The 3NBs of Julian Drew in it So when I found a copy again at Booksale, I bought it this time The 3NBs of Julian Drew is the story of this boy Julian Drew who is uber abused by his step mother, and well, his father at the same time After his mother s death, everything changed Starved, caged, lambasted, tortured oh well, lotsa bad things that can make me vomit [...]

    This book is so beautiful, I cried I was fairly young when I read this and it opened my eyes to the world, but not in a shocking way My heart goes out to abuse victims and children who come from homes that are not loving The themes in this book are adult, but it is worth the heartache to read through to the end.

    This was a favorite of mine during middle school, and that hasn t changed You start with a boy trying to write his story, but it only comes out in a special code You find out later what everything means It takes time, and by halfway through you pretty much know what all the special codes and abbreviations stand for I remember when I first figured it out I stopped halfway through the book, and started again at the beginning, now knowing everything he was trying to say Ok, now this is going to get [...]

    This book was, in a word, fabulous I was a bit confused in the beginning with all the codes , but after a while I found it enhanced the story s authenticity and made me feel as if Julian was a real, breathing person and maybe somewhere he is.This story of a teenage boy in search of his past and identity had me itching to read after I had put it down for only a minute There is, literally, never a dull moment Mixed in with the exceptional dialect of this troubled 15 year old are wonderful pieces [...]

    This was a decent book Strait and to the point, there is a kid that lives with his parents and four siblings He is stuck living in the basement will his siblings live a peaceful life almost His mom will give him old food or little to none food while his siblings get whatever they want While he is in his room which is all plain and a couple of things he hides his note book and he writes in code He writes in code so his parents couldn t read it The story goes on and he finds a teacher that changes [...]

    This was a pretty good book Not as good as I thought it would be I put the book down a few times but I kept reading Part of the book is written in code The code is actually fairly easy to figure out Maybe not for everyone, but I already knew the code before I read the book Overall, I liked the book.

    You know that feeling when you have so many thoughts and feelings running around in your head that you just have to write them down Except sometimes, they are so overwhelming that you don t know where to start Julian knows the feeling, and this book takes you on the rollar coaster ride of his thoughts as he himself figures out how to put them into words Very well done.

    The journals sof a troubled 15 year old who lives with his father and emotionally and physically abusive stepmother and her children after the death of his own mother years ago He runs away from Tempe, AZ to Wheeling WV where he had lived when his mother was alive.

    read this in like fifth grade and it still comes back to me all the time i need a copy of my own, honestly i wouldn t recommend it if you re disturbed by stories about abuse, but it still haunts me in college absolutely magnificent.

    One of my absolute favorite books Underrated, disturbing, and extremely touching People need to read this.

    One of my summer school students recommended this book It is really bizarre Cleverly written, but it got a little creepy for me about 3 4 of the way in.

    This is an amazing book I definitely recommend it It made me think of how little I know about what actually goes on in a student s life outside of the school This is a must read.

    It made me think of myself in a way I couldn t understand it, but then I could Ironic yet contradicting I want to read it again.

    I read this book years ago and it has stuck with me since then A challenging and great read Loved it then and love it now.

    This book was such a freaking page turner I recently saw someone reading it,and they didn t understand it, and I was like you re not really READING it

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