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Describe Paul Fisher. What is his "handicap?" What is the story behind that problem? What does Paul believe happened to him? Why does he believe this? What does he finally remember as the truth? How does this memory happen? What is the family's reaction to Paul remembering the truth?

Who is Erik Fisher? What kind of person is he? What sport does he play? How is he different from his brother? What is it that finally gets Erik into so much trouble?

Why does Paul decide not to tell his parents about Erik hitting Tino? What does this indicate about the family dynamics? What happens to give Paul the courage to stand up to Erik?

Describe Paul's initial role on the Lake Windsor soccer team? How does that compare with his role on the Tangerine soccer team? How does he come to participate on each team? Which...

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