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Others have criticized this book for repeating some themes over and over but I found this very realistic. Having grown up in a small Midwest town where most of the school athletes were also farmers I found this book to be very accurate. Having the same fears over and over was quite common. At the time these differences between myself and the other boys seemed overwhelmingly large and I only wish I'd had the courage to handle them as well as Ethan does. Perhaps I needed a better writer...
A big more upbeat than his first book "Antient Prejudice Break to New Mutiny" with a nice reward at the end for those hopeless romantics out there. I recomend this one for a rainy weekend.
There are several heart pounding edge of your seat scenes in the boook. I loved this book from cover to cover and was sad that it ended. Nathans journey to excepting himself is a hard one, but worth it. Will he find out who his tormentor is and why he is being tormented? Will he find true love? Read Someone Is Watching and find out for yourself. You'll be glad you did. The good thing is this book is just one in a series of books known as The Gay Youth Chronicles. Gays and non gays of all ages will find these rewarding.
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