The Flip Side by Andrew Matthews

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Do you know who you are? Easy question? Well, think again. Robert Hunt is one teenager who knows that there are a whole lot of people inside you, like a collection of masks. You change your mask according to the situation you find yourself in. A year ago Robert found himself in one pretty weird situation. He lost it for a while, and almost thought he was a psycho. So he wrote it all out in order to understand what happened to him and why. Believe it, don’t believe it–it’s up to you. Just remember this–whoever you choose to be, there is always a flip side.

About Andrew Matthews

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Andrew Matthews has written and illustrated such books as "Being Happy, Making Friends and Follow Your Heart." He is also a motivational speaker who has given keynote speeches and seminars for more than 500 organizations and companies such as Kodak, Coca Cola, Hewlett Packard and Goodyear.
Published February 1, 2001 by Mammoth. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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He tells readers about his time as a self-styled "Kurt Cobain, retro-grunge" type—until he discovers he enjoys wearing women's clothes and makeup while performing in his English class's gender-bending look at Shakespeare's As You Like It, playing Rosalind to classmate Milena's Orlando.

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While THE FLIP SIDE does a good job at illustrating the gray sides in everyone, the ending comes almost too quickly and neatly to be entirely believable, leaving readers with a few questions.

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