We All Fall Down

Kobo ebook | March 19, 2013

byRobert Cormier

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Buddy Walker is troubled by his parent’s recent divorce, and when Harry Flowers suggests a prank, he goes along, just for opportunity to do something different. He doesn’t realize that someone is watching. 
 
When Jane Jerome’s house is trashed, and sister brutally injured in a home invasion, she struggles to continue with her life as her family falls apart. 
 
The Avenger has witnessed reckless evil. He has killed before and knows that he just needs to wait until the time is right before he can take his revenge. 
 
Robert Cormier once again sheds light on the conflict between good and evil and the dark side of human nature. In his classic style, each character’s point of view is revealed invoking both sympathy and horror while showing the complexities of the psyche.

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Buddy Walker is troubled by his parent’s recent divorce, and when Harry Flowers suggests a prank, he goes along, just for opportunity to do something different. He doesn’t realize that someone is watching.  When Jane Jerome’s house is trashed, and sister brutally injured in a home invasion, she struggles to continue with her life as he...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 19, 2013Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0307549070

ISBN - 13:9780307549075

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holy Cow! I read the book We all fall down by Robert Cormier. There are some things about this book that I consider to be good such as: +the way he wrote it, in first, omniscient third person. +the vocabulary was very good, it expanded mine. +he wrote the book in big long explanatory paragraphs. +he was very into the book, as if he was also a character. +he was able to get the reader to feel for the characters in the book. +how he made it seem as if it really happened. The things that were not so great about the book were: -he finished the book at the wrong time. He should have finished it with more explanations. -he put too many characters into the book. -sometimes he made the paragraphs too long and got me mixed up about some things. Some of the things that I wonder are: =How did he get the idea to write about such a horrible thing? *Why did he decide to write about such a horrible thing? *What did Jane do eventually? *Did she end up telling anyone about Buddy? *Did they
Date published: 2002-02-19