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9781402256301

Stupid Fast

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  • ISBN13:

    9781402256301

  • ISBN10:

    1402256302

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-06-01
  • Publisher: SOURCEBOOKS

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Fifteen-year-old Felton Reinstein has always been on the smallish side, but in his sophomore year he starts growing...and growing. During gym one day he smokes the football jocks in a 600-yard race. Felton has never been interested in sports, but there's no doubt-he is "stupid fast." As he juggles his newfound athletic prowess, his mom's sudden depression, an annoying little brother, and his first love, he discovers a shocking secret about his past which explains why he's turning out the way he is.

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<p><b>CHAPTER 1: NOW</b></p><p>This could be a dark tale!</p><p>It's not. </p><p>I don't think so. </p><p>Maybe. </p><p>I can't sleep. It's 1:03 a.m. Almost September. The weather is warm, even though it's football season. There's this huge moon in the sky, but I can't see it from the basement, where my bedroom is. I saw it plenty.</p><p>Tonight.</p><p>Dark tale? My dad did commit suicide. </p><p>Not so dark? I'm me. I hop up and down.</p><p>Where to start? </p><p>Not in the '70s, when Jerri was a little girl. Not ten years ago, when I was five and found Dad dead in the garage. How about last November? </p><p>I should really be exhausted. But I'm not.</p><p>I, Felton Reinstein, stand on my bed because I can't sleep. </p><p>Go.</p>

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