Twisted Themes

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Becoming a man

Tyler is the narrator of the story. He considers himself an unpopular kid entering his senior year of high school who is constantly struggling with suicidal thoughts. He has always been a small guy who is teased mercilessly and hence he tries to stay under the radar. However, now it is time for him to become a man. He must make choices about life. Will he please his father? Will he become part of the popular crowd? Will he run away? Will he kill himself?

All of these thoughts are on his mind and the book takes us on a venture through his thoughts and actions. Just because he is turning 18 and finishing high school does not mean he understands what being a man is or how to be one. Life is complicated for teenage boys and this story delves deeply into the thoughts on one...

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