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November Book Post – Rescue Josh McGuire

What fun to be a part of such a promising group of guy readers! I’m excited. I think it’s going to be a great year.

Our second book this year is Rescue Josh McGuire, by Ben Mikaelsen. It’s another book that I haven’t read, so I’m looking forward to getting started. I have read another of Mr. Mikaelsen’s books, Sparrowhawk Red. I liked it. Especially the suspense.

Encourage your friends to join us this month! The more the merrier!


2 Responses

  1. I think that the book was cool and sad, and when Mud Flap got hurt it touched me. But I also think that it had lot of bad words like fink. Although I think Pokey was really cute. I think it was hard for the dad because he just lost Tye and he became drunk. He was smart when he ran away he also had a lot of courage.

    I think that the blogging was a nice idea.

  2. We missed you last night, Rico. I hope your soccer game went well. Just Tyler and Ben came, which was a bit of a downer after our great opening attendance. Still, we had some great discussion, and that left more chocolate chip pumpkin bread for the rest of us.

    This was a pretty heavy book. A lot of things in it made me very thankful for my family. I felt sorry for Josh and Libby/Mom, but I also felt sorry for Sam/Dad. He was really struggling after Tye’s death.

    I hope to see everyone in January!

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