Stuck in Neutral

Terry Trueman (Author)
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Description

Shawn McDaniel's life is not what it may seem to anyone looking at him. He is glued to his wheelchair, unable to voluntarily move a muscle--he can't even move his eyes. For all Shawn's father knows, his son may be suffering. Shawn may want a release. And as long as he is unable to communicate his true feelings to his father, Shawn's life is in danger.

To the world, Shawn's senses seem dead. Within these pages, however, we meet a side of him that no one else has seen--a spirit that is rich beyond imagining, breathing life.

The paperback features an Extras section, giving readers even more insight into Shawn's life, and includes a Q&A with Terry Trueman, as well as a sneak peek at the sequel to Stuck in Neutral, Life Happens Next.

Supports the Common Core State Standards

Product Details

Price
$9.99  $9.19
Publisher
Harperteen
Publish Date
July 24, 2012
Pages
144
Dimensions
5.2 X 0.5 X 7.8 inches | 0.26 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780064472135

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About the Author

Terry Trueman grew up in the northern suburbs of Seattle, Washington. He attended the University of Washington, where he received his BA in creative writing. He also has an MS in applied psychology and an MFA in creative writing, both from Eastern Washington University.

Terry is also the author of Stuck in Neutral and its companion novel, Cruise Control; Hurricane; 7 Days at the Hot Corner; No Right Turn; and Inside Out.

Reviews

The invention of Shawn is compelling, evoking one of our darkest fears and deepest hopes -- that a fully conscious and intelligent being may be hidden within such a broken body, as yet unable to declare his existence.The Horn BookInside Shawn's twitching, seizure-racked body is a sane, intelligent teenager with an eidetic memory. Shawn will stay with readers, not for what he does, but for what he is and has made of himself.Kirkus ReviewsReaders spend the whole book inside Shawn's head, a place that is so vivid, so unique they will be hard pressed to forget its mix of heaven and hell. Nor will they easily stop thinking about all the big issues Shawn raises -- not just about life and death, but also about the meaning of freedom, and about the responsibility that comes with love. An intense reading experience.Booklist