The story was well told and although it was told from varying points of view it was easy to follow.
All of them make bad decisions, even the one being bullied, and the book does a good job of showing how one action can trigger many other actions.
Often things just don't turn out as planned, hopefully more often those are times when life lessons are learned, not times when people are hurt.
I read this book for summer reading and I'm glad I chose this book. It had a great story line and a lot of twists and turns that I didn't expect, but I did like. Read morePublished 26 days ago by JS`s daughter Hannah
It was a good book that I would suggest to anyone. As I said it is a very good book.Published 1 month ago by ????
This Is a Great book. I was so happy i bought it. At first I wasn't so sure I would like it but I really did.Published 6 months ago by Craig Leonard
This story is a very compelling and accessible text for several of my reluctant readers. The topic is timely and real.Published 6 months ago by Debra VanSlyke
Im in middle school and thougt this book was great. The book really includes the details parents and teachers dont see. Read morePublished 9 months ago by maliyah
This story rings very true(sorry couldn't resist). It gives a very realistic picture of how bullying can easily get out of hand. Read morePublished 10 months ago by GP
This book talks about the serious nature of cyberbullying. It takes a semi-realistic approach to it. I really enjoyed it.Published 14 months ago by michele
i was required to read this book for my middle school summer reading and i cannot get enoigh of how this book is put together. Read morePublished 14 months ago by TarHeelsLax#23
The Truth about Truman School is a three star book to me. I would only advise it for middle school or jr. high students. Read morePublished 19 months ago by CAITLINPAIGE