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First published in 1977, I Am the Cheese provides an exciting introduction to psychological thrillers. This sensitive, emotional, subtly crafted novel by Robert Cormier (author of The Chocolate War) was a New York Times Outstanding Book of the Year, as well as a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year. --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
As you the read the book it gets interesting.
Though sometimes Adam had not been told the truth, the reason Adam had not been told the truth was because it was good for him not to know.
Robert Cormier created such amazing characters for this book, people that the readers can truly relate to, especially young adults.
Excellent book-- can't believe I missed this when I was a teen. Timeless appeal, obviously!Published 3 days ago by TAMMY
I get frustrated when reviewers can't separate their feelings and opinions clearly. One negative reviewer said that the book was such a strong hook that he couldn't stop reading... Read morePublished 3 months ago by ROGER L. FOREMAN
I read I am the Cheese because my 13 year old grandaughter, Carly, is reading it for her Language Arts class. By reading it, I have the opportunity to discuss the book with her. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Loretta Gannon
Didn't care for it. It kept my interest, but I was let down in the end. Felt like I'd wasted my time.Published 3 months ago by Karen B. Wiltrout
This is a book that you won't put down. It is a somewhat short story but very rich in plot.Published 4 months ago by Robert Hunt
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This book captivated me the second I picked it up. Read more
After reading it, I'm still not sure what I thought of it. I felt like I needed to read the book twice, because it's one of THOSE books with the twist ending like "The Usual... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Eric J. Juneau
I first read this book a few years ago as a summer reading assignment, and I read it in two days. It was such an awesome read that I bought it! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Emily Sanders
Though the constant switching of the chapters was confusing at first, as you continue to read, the book contains more meaning! Great read!Published 6 months ago by William C. Mixon