Book Review: The Most Dangerous Place On Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson

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Intention was one thing; it was the smallest decisions that made any difference.

The Most Dangerous Place On Earthby Lindsey Lee Johnson is apoignant and solidly written examination of the private lives of a group of entitled, unaware teenagers and eager teachers at a wealthy, suburban high school. It begins with a group of seemingly perfect middle school kids as they begin to set the ranks within their group- who is in and who is out. A note and the bullying of the boy that wrote it highlights the quantity of and effect of cyber-bullying that many kids endure.

From then on, Tristan spent his lunch periods outside, walking the edge of the schoolyard where asphalt crumbled into marshland. He kept his head bowed, and when he came back inside, his ankles were purpled with mud. Nobody bullied him at school. Nobody minded him at all. And every afternoon…

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I am a 34 old male who has been blind form the age of 11 years however, I don't let that get in the way of life.
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