Bonnie Rozanski
Borderline is a skewed coming-of-age story of a normal boy in a crazy world -- a fast-paced world of high-tech gismos, global air travel and antibiotics, a world in which high schools have replaced cafeterias with fast food counters and the scourges of autism, asthma, allergies, diabetes and obesity are the norm.

Book Details


  • Fiction
  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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A brilliant coming-of-age story, Borderline portrays an overwhelmed older brother, an over-ignored son, and a determined caregiver in the form of Guy Ritter. And a teacher who has it out for you, a best friend who won't stop eating, and a temperamental semi-girlfriend isn't enough, Guy's also been dealing with his "autistic" brother for way too long. All of the problems Guy's been burdened with has created quite a bit of stress. What can a thirteen-year-old kid do when his best friend's father's fast food feasting becomes perilous?

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