At the Center review by Alex32
At the Center (Bounce)
by Patrick Jones
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - South Riding, Virginia , United States
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There is a boy named Cody who is on the local high school basketball team. A new kid moves to his school from the inner city. This boy is named Jayson Davis. Jayson is really good at basketball, and that later leads him to join the high school team. Cody and Jayson become friends. Jayson and his coach do not like each other, so the coach kicks Jayson off the team, which could sacrifice the school basketball record.  So Chris finds himself at the center circle and Chris has to step up and lead the team to victory so they can keep their good record.

 

Opinion: 

This book was very difficult to read. I think this book is very hard to follow because they are always changing the setting in every other chapter. I also don't like this book because I don't understand the rules of basketball. I think they should have explained the rules before they started the story so readers like me understand the rules or point of basketball.

 
Rating:
1
Content Rating:

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