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➡ [Epub] ➛ Tracktown Summer By Elizabeth Holmes ➫ –

Jake Has Felt Fatherless Ever Since His Parents Separated, And So He Can T Wait To Spend The Summer With His Dad But The House Dad Rented Is A Shabby Place Next To The Railroad Tracks, With No Friends And Nothing To Do Then, Through A Pickup Game Of Hoops, Jake Befriends A Neighbor Boy Adrian Is Charming At First, But Soon Jake Starts To Sense A Streak Of Desperation In Him Jake Gets Sucked Into Adrian S Bizarre Life, In Which Recklessness Escalates To Danger Witnessing Adrian S Highly Dysfunctional, Sometimes Violent, Family Gives Jake New Perspective On His Own Situation

10 thoughts on “Tracktown Summer

  1. says:

    Tracktown Summer is a great story of a boy named Jake trying to survive the summer with a dad who doesn t pay enough attention, a friend who has trouble with crossing the line and has a dissolving home life, and a house on a lake that is too polluted to swim in Tracktown Summer is a great read for teens who like to relate to characters The life of Jake is easy to connect with and it s easy to feel like you re in the story yourself It s a good book for people who like unexpected journeys in places you would never expect.

  2. says:

    Shows how peer pressure can make you do things you wouldn t normally do, and that things aren t always what they seem.

  3. says:

    A good MG novel about a 12 year old boy coming to terms with his parents separation over the course of a summer spent with his dad The side mystery surrounding his friend Adrian s home life was nicely done and not quite what I expected.