Brutal Youth

Brutal Youth

Three freshmen must join forces to survive at a troubled, working-class Catholic high school with a student body full of bullies and zealots, and a faculty that's even worse in Anthony Breznican's Brutal Youth

With a plunging reputation and enrollment rate, Saint Michael's has become a crumbling dumping ground for expelled delinquents and a haven for the stridently religious when incoming freshman Peter Davidek signs up. On his first day, tensions are clearly on the… (more)

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Editorial reviews (2 reviews)

The premise at the heart of Brutal Youth could be strong, and that’s in part what makes it so disappointing to read—and so fascinating to critique.

Readable and clever, this novel might make an easy transition to the movie screen, where stock characters, oblivious parents and needless repetition are familiar, but today's audiences probably won't go for a look at an era that lacks the viral abuses of cyberbullying.

Book Details  

Publisher: St. Martin's Press (June 10, 2014)

Collection: Thomas Dunne Books

Language: English

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