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I would read another book by Bloor because of his writing style First he captures the reader in the first couple of chapters by giving the reader little hints about the book to make the reader curious Then he describes the settings very well so the reader can have a vivid image Afterwards an enticing storyline that wont let you get your hands off the paperback Therefore I think he has great potential to become an excellent writer To make this book good Bloor had to use his techniques One of them is hints What he does is during the beginning he starts dropping hints about the events that will happen later in the novel The way he started off the novel was the family moving to Tangerine He starts to state the weird things going on in the neighborhood like the smoke far off in the distance that never went out Then he starts to describe his brother and what he had done in the past To make it even better is when he portrays the scenes Writing the scenes is definitely one of his specialties He makes the reader feel like he is in an entirely different world by explaining it so colorfully and vividly The reader really feels like he is in another world since he describes everything realistically By doing that it makes the book so much more interesting In addition he as an intriguing storyline The actual story is extremely good and addictive This is one of those books where you just dont want to let go Its about a boy who has a mentally challenged brother The brother tries to hurt everybody who is in the way of his dream of being a football player He even hurts Paul the main character by spraying paint into his eyes making Paul legally blind for the rest of his life His entire family and neighborhood is blinded by Eriks Pauls brother
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