Monday, November 10, 2008

No Way Out


Peggy Kern

No Way Out



Bluford High freshman Harold Davis is trapped. Medical bills for his sick grandmother are piling up, and a social worker has threatened to put him in a foster home. Desperate for money, he reluctantly agrees to work for Londell James, a neighborhood drug dealer. The choice leads him into a world of dangerous streets where no one is safe. Will Harold escape the violence that surrounds him, or will he become its next victim?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Quinton Thompson 3 block

I thought that it was a pretty good book but, I dont think that was the gud idea to sell drugs though but thats how much he loves grandmom.

Anonymous said...

its...is...a...very...gud...book

Anonymous said...

Awesome

sawi said...

all bluford series books r great i even read them over again and this song even better

Anonymous said...

Chelsey.
This was a good book. its about a boy who lives with his grandma, she gets hurt and then her gets a job to help with bills so he wont have to get taken away. He then was offered a job to start selling drugs and make more money he took the job and then he didn't wanna be a drug deller anymore. i this book is okay. I rate this 6 outta 10 stars.

Tynisha Smith said...

Tynisha.
I liked this book because Harold is young and a very shy boy. He goes from sweet to sour when he goes too far. In No Way Out my favorite part is when he works for the neighborhood drug dealer, because it brings lots of action. I also think it is very kind for Harold to care for his grandmother the way he did. The biggest part in the book is when Harold wants to quit working for londell, but he has no way out. The conflict is definitely man vs. man when londell and wont let Harold quit. I rate ths book out of 10 stars a 8.