Stormi's Review: Five High School Dialogues (The Dialogues, #3) by Ian Thomas Malone
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Publisher: Eleventh Hour Literary Press
Released: February 26, 2016
Genre: Coming of Age
High School, a rite of passage for all American teenagers, can be a daunting experience. Wouldn't it be nice to have a little help along the way? George Tecce, known as The Chief, takes a hiatus from his collegiate adventures to help students navigate through the often daunting labyrinth with his signature oft-kilter enlightening comedy. No topic is off limits as The Chief breaks down high school for students and parents discussing such topics as bullying, prom, and the dreaded group project. Refreshingly unique and accessible, Five High School Dialogues is the perfect all-inclusive guide to high school.
Three Boundless Stars
I'll be honest, I have never read a book like this or even one close. Five High School Dialogues was described to me as a "comedic look at high school life", but in my mind it wasn’t a comedy. I think Dialogues depicts very real situation that teaches kids to really think about things before saying and taking action. I think this book teaches lessons more than it presents a comedic scene. I can even relate to some. It was written well and was a fast read. It was a good book, although it is not what I'm normally used to reading.