On the Run by Michael Coleman

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Fifteen-year-old Luke is a skilled thief with a perfect record until the day he is caught running from a robbery gone wrong. He chooses to save the life of a blind girl, Jodi, rather than escape cleanly. As a result, Luke is given a shot at freedom if he will train to be Jodi's guide in the London Marathon. The friendship that develops between the two offers Luke one last chance to discover just how far-and in what direction-he is willing to run. A taut, unpredictable read, this novel will appeal to anyone who has changed course in life . . . or is trying to figure out how.

About Michael Coleman

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Michael Coleman is the author of "Weirdo's War," which was short-listed for the Carnegie Medal and called "tense and psychological" by the "London Times,
Published May 11, 2004 by Dutton Juvenile. 208 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Coleman’s story doesn’t offer solutions that are too pat, as Luke has to run hard to escape his criminal past and start a new life.

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Luke Reid, the 15-year-old protagonist of British author Coleman's (Weirdo's War ) problem novel, has been arrested for theft more times than he can remember.

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