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Kristin Clark. author of Freakboy & Jess, Chunk, and the Road Trip to Infinity. What people are saying about Freakboy. url “An important story. Written with. Lee talks with Kristin Elizabeth Clark about her latest novel in verse for teens, FREAKBOY, and why she wrote. Debut novelist Clark uses free verse to write a gripping story about a complex topic: the challenges of growing up transgender or genderqueer.
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All three POVs in this verse novel have something to add to the overall story, though some sections are weaker than others.
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Clark pulls all the same tricks Hopkins did in the four novels of hers I read: It makes Freakboy feel a little less like her own creation, though it never freakboy kristin clark derivative enough to be tacky or have plagiarism called on it.
It still reads smoothly and easily.
It still moves, inexorably, through the story of a boy who has always liked girls, and girl things, and who comes to the realization that the way he likes them isn' I stayed up until 2 AM reading this. It still moves, inexorably, through the story of a boy who has always liked girls, and girl things, and who comes to the realization that the way he likes them isn't quite the way most of freakboy kristin clark friends do.
There are three first-person POVs in this book.
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One is written in bold, the other two marked by the name at the top of the section. Angel, in bold, is M2F trans.
Her sections fit her freakboy kristin clark - strong, confident with a hard-won self-acceptance. Angel has always known who she is; her fight has been to convince the rest of the world.
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Bad stuff has happened to Angel, but she owns her truth and will rise above it. Vanessa is a high-school girl who wrestles with the male athletes on her school team. She has moments of confusion, of wondering if that makes her somehow the freak that some of freakboy kristin clark other kids claim.
But mostly she wonders about usual high-school stuff.
Particularly about her boyfriend, Brendan, who is sweet and loving and moody, and hard to pin down. The central POV is Brendan's. One of the best aspects of this book is the characters. Like Brendan, her point of view is raw and she freakboy kristin clark qualities that make her sympathetic.
She is caring and motherly to her loved ones. Finally, Vanessa is a character that urges the reader to discuss gender norms and how they relate to gender identity. Besides the characters, the author does a freakboy kristin clark job writing three points-of-view in verse.