Holdup by Terri Fields
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Always caution, Joe has never even gotten so much as an after-school detention. So how is it that this Saturday night, he's at Burger Heaven, waving a loaded gun, yelling at the teen workers to get down on the floor NOW? Dylan has always succeeded at his twisted plans--until this Saturday, this robbery, where everything has gone wrong. And now, surrounded by police outside Burger Heaven, Dylan's life will never be the same--and neither will the lives of his hostages. Holdup--a novel with nine unforgettable points of view, in four astonishing parts--will leave the reader wondering about luck and life's strange surprises.

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Terri Fields, an author and English teacher, lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
Published April 3, 2007 by Roaring Brook Press. 176 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sadly, other kinds of stereotype persists here e.g., the character named Manuel is the one who needs the job at the fast-food place most and needs encouragement from an elderly patron (a former teacher) to encourage him to go to college and show him the ins and outs of a financial-aid form.

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But this books is one of the best book I have read in a while, so I think just about anyone could enjoy Holdup!

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