The Weirdo

The Weirdo

Book - 1991
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Chip Clewt, whom people have named the "weirdo," is determined to protect the Powhatan swamp from the local hunters. "An eloquent debate pitting human and animal rights against each other is both informative and moving as this murder mystery/love story/environmental thriller weaves its uncommon spell. Deftly drawn characterizations, from the admirable to the loathsome, and an engrossing journalistic format are two of the many strong points that make this timely and compelling novel a winner."-- Publishers Weekly
Publisher: San Diego : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, c1991.
ISBN: 9780152949525
Characteristics: 289 p. :,ill., maps ;,22 cm.


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May 15, 2016

Not as good as his other two books I've read (Sniper and The Bomb) but good. There aren't a ton of YA books for boys, but this author produced several.

JasmineAurora Feb 18, 2012

I did NOT want to read this book. I was assigned it for a class project and I wasn't given the book that I wanted. But after reading I really liked it. It's not my typical go-to book but I loved that it was a love story. Oh and it promoted animal rights.

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