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by David Hernandez

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  • ISBN 0061173312
  • ISBN13 978-0061173318
  • Language English
  • Author David Hernandez
  • Publisher HarperTeen (December 26, 2007)
  • Formats doc azw docx rtf
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1306 kb
  • Size Fb2 1814 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 969

It's the summer before senior year, and Marcus should be hanging out, filling his sketchbook, maybe asking a girl out for once. So why is he in a car with his brother, his brother's girl, and the pistol, headed straight toward his dad?

David Hernandez writes with striking lyricism and unfaltering poise. Suckerpunch marks the debut of a superb and important new literary talent.


David Hernandez writes with striking lyricism and unfaltering poise. In the book, Sucker Punch by David Hernandez, explained that It’s amid a late spring before his senior year.

David Hernandez writes with striking lyricism and unfaltering poise. Suckerpunch marks the debut of a superb and important new literary talent. An understudy named Marcus, an extremely gifted craftsman that has kept him safe damage. With respect to his more youthful sibling, Enrique isn't as fortunate by any stretch of the imagination. A mother that can't take care of the circumstance by any means. A period where it appears the time has come.

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Sucker Punch’ personal response The novel ‘Sucker Punch’ by David Hernandez was a captivating experience that consistently drew my attention being from . In the book Enrique acted out and punched a hole in the wall

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David Hernandez writes with striking lyricism and unfaltering poise David Hernandez is a web designer and a poet whose collections include Always Danger, winner of the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry, and A House Waiting for Music. David Hernandez is a web designer and a poet whose collections include Always Danger, winner of the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry, and A House Waiting for Music. He also wrote the novel Suckerpunch. He lives in Long Beach, California, with his wife, the writer Lisa Glatt. No More Us for You is his second novel. Библиографические данные.

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Every breeze felt like a large blow-dryer was pointed right at me. I stayed inside most of the day, downloading music and watching TV. My mom walked in with a serious look on her face the remote

Every breeze felt like a large blow-dryer was pointed right at me. My mom walked in with a serious look on her face the remote. Did Grandma die? I said. No. What happened then? It’s your father, she said. He wants to come back. I felt the blood leave my face, my heart thumping under my shirt. Please tell me you’re joking, I said. She looked out my bedroom window. Did you talk to him or something? I asked. We’ve been talking, she said. Yes. For how long? For the last couple of months

David Hernandez writes with striking lyricism and unfaltering poise.

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Talk about Suckerpunch


anonymous
The book was wonderful. I would hope to be a sequel to this. The author told the whole story perfect
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Sucker Punch: Marks the debut of a superb and important new literary talent.
Marcus is the main character of this book and it starts out at his friend's dad's funeral. Marcus sometimes would think of killing his own father and at many times he would daydream about it. In his head he would go toward him with a knife or a bat just to kill him but he would always end up turning around at the last moment. And now it's finally summer and Marcus and his friend are just waiting behind the dumpsters to get some alcohol to drink.
Now what do you think about the book so far is it something you would like to read and would you recommend it to someone.

What I like about this book it goes backwards and then keeps going the way it started. Also this book has a lot of bad words and good jokes if you like that and all. And I would not recommend this book to any kids this book would be for high school.
Marcus has a pretty ok life but then gets worse because Oliver introduces him to acid which is one of the worse drugs to take. Once he took the drug he stared to trip out and it was one of the messed up ones of all.

And if you want to know the rest you should get the book and read it because it gets better.
Ger
SUCKERPUNCH is the story of two brothers - narrator Marcus and his younger brother, Enrique.

Marcus, the shy one, has spent most of his life looking out for Enrique. For some reason that Marcus has yet to fully understand, their father physically abused Enrique. Why one boy and not the other? That is a question Marcus would love to have answered. As a result of the abuse and then abandonment, Enrique is medicated for depression and violent tendencies, and Marcus is trying to keep things under control as the "man" of the family.

When the boys learn their father has continued to send money to help their hardworking mother, they are pleasantly surprised. When their mother tells them that their father is planning to return home to live with them, their reaction is anger and fear. Enrique decides he must be stopped, so with the help of a friend and his car, the brothers set out to visit their father. Armed with a starter's pistol, Enrique's green-haired girlfriend, and minus Enrique's medication, the positive outcome of this confrontation is in serious doubt.

SUCKERPUNCH is gritty and hard-hitting. Readers will soon bond with both Marcus and Enrique. The story flows smoothly, although my English teacher side did have trouble dealing with the lack of quotation marks in the dialogue. I did get over it somewhere around the halfway mark, but it could be a distraction for some readers.

Reviewed by: Sally Kruger, aka "Readingjunky"
Berenn
I would like to give this book a higher rating because the story is fantastic. This book follows the lives of two brothers, Marcus and Enrique. While Marcus is the older of the two, Enrique has the more powerful personality. They are just starting to enjoy their lives after their father has left, but Marcus notices that his brother is starting so show some of their father's violent tendencies. Their relationship starts to change as they both seem to be moving in two separate directions, however they do have one common goal, they want their dad to own up to how he treated Enrique over the years.

The issue that I have with this book is not the powerful viewpoints of the characters or even the strong language that appears throughout the book. The issue that I had was the overly gratuitous use of sexual references and explicitly described sexual acts, even if they were only in Marcus's imagination. I will say that I do know that teens have these kind of thoughts but I just didn't feel they needed to be made so vivid for the reader.
Forcestalker
I love this book because of its realistic situations and hilarious stories. David Hernandez makes this book so realistic by (SPOILER ALERT) making the characters in the story do what actual teenagers possibly might do. and he also makes this story funny at the same time by making embarring situation for the main character and his friends.