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Martin Anderson and his friends don't like being called losers. But they've been called that for so long even they start to believe it. Until Martin makes an incredible discovery: each of his friends has a special hidden talent.
Edgeview Alternative School was supposed to be end of the road. But for Martin and his friends, it just might be a new beginning.
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Interspersing Martin’s tediously self-analytical narrative with flat attempts at humor, trite student essays, repetitive memos to faculty, and mawkish letters from home, Lugar draws the tale to a paradoxical climax in which the self-styled “psi five” scuttle Bloodbath’s plot to close the school d...| Read Full Review of Hidden Talents
After being expelled from any number of schools, 13-year-old Martin winds up at Edgeview, a publicly funded boarding school and a last-chance alternative. Martin, who narrates, doesn't seem like a delMay 31 1999 | Read Full Review of Hidden Talents
He rides the bus to his final destination the prison-like Edgeview Alternative School, an institution used to lock up the violent and other losers (where is Pink Floyd when you need them?) Martin realizes he must be on the cutting edge to survive the ready fists of bully Bloodbath and the...Feb 21 2003 | Read Full Review of Hidden Talents
He’s just been sent to Edgeview Alternative School which happens to be the place where all the troubled kids go when none of the normal schools with deal with them anymore.Feb 12 2007 | Read Full Review of Hidden Talents
When Edgeview is at risk of being shut down, Martin and the other students work together to save the school from some bullies led by the violent Bloodbath who are determined to have the school closed once and for all.Nov 03 2011 | Read Full Review of Hidden Talents
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