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!DOWNLOAD EBOOK ⚈ Swing ⚇ Things usually do not go as planned for seventeen year old Noah He and his best friend Walt aka Swing have been cut from the high school baseball team for the third year in a row, and it looks like Noah s love interest since third grade, Sam, will never take it past the best friend zone Noah would love to retire his bat and accept the status quo, but Walt has big plans for them both, which include making the best baseball comeback ever, getting the girl, and finally finding coolTo go from lovelorn to ladies men, Walt introduces Noah to a relationship guru his Dairy Queen employed cousin, Floyd and the always informative Woohoo Woman Podcast Noah is reluctant, but decides fate may be intervening when he discovers than just his mom s birthday gift at the thrift shop Inside the vintage Keepall is a gold mine of love letters from the s Walt is sure these letters and the podcasts are just what Noah needs to communicate his true feelings to Sam To Noah, the letters are an initiation to the curious rhythms of love and jazz, as well as a way for him and Walt to embrace their own kind of cool While Walt is hitting balls out of the park and catching the eye of the baseball coach, Noah composes anonymous love letters to Sam in an attempt to write his way into her heart But as things are looking up for Noah and Walt, a chain of events alters everything Noah knows to be true about love, friendship, sacrifice, and fate In Swing, bestselling authors Kwame Alexander and Mary Rand Hess Solo present a free verse poetic story that will speak to anyone who s struggled to find their voice and take a swing at life When Chocolate Milk Moved in and it looks like Noah s love interest since third grade Ice Sam God's Final Warning To America will never take it past the best friend zone Noah would love to retire his bat and accept the status quo Elf Warfare but Walt has big plans for them both The Billion Dollar Boy which include making the best baseball comeback ever The Billion Dollar Boy getting the girl Goths Cage and finally finding coolTo go from lovelorn to ladies men Without You Walt introduces Noah to a relationship guru his Dairy Queen employed cousin Dungeon Deposed Floyd and the always informative Woohoo Woman Podcast Noah is reluctant Battle Leadership but decides fate may be intervening when he discovers than just his mom s birthday gift at the thrift shop Inside the vintage Keepall is a gold mine of love letters from the s Walt is sure these letters and the podcasts are just what Noah needs to communicate his true feelings to Sam To Noah LAlienista the letters are an initiation to the curious rhythms of love and jazz L'Alienista as well as a way for him and Walt to embrace their own kind of cool While Walt is hitting balls out of the park and catching the eye of the baseball coach Lady Cupido Noah composes anonymous love letters to Sam in an attempt to write his way into her heart But as things are looking up for Noah and Walt The Mercy Seat a chain of events alters everything Noah knows to be true about love Creepy Tales friendship Creepy Tales sacrifice Frida Diego: Art, Love, Life and fate In Swing Nee nathi pole odikondiru bestselling authors Kwame Alexander and Mary Rand Hess Solo present a free verse poetic story that will speak to anyone who s struggled to find their voice and take a swing at life This isOne of those times that I RealizeSome books thatAre written in verseWould be way More powerful and Less disjointed narrativesIf they were In another Format.The forced EndingDidn t help mattersWith my rating. This was a very enjoyable book to read , it was fast paced and the plot was entertaining , that is until the very last 100 pages Did not see the ending coming , it kind of put things into perspective and tries to make a point regarding cultural differences This book deals with PTSD, love, friendship, current racial issues and idealized love. Please keep reading Please keep learning.Please start changing. Kwame Alexander is a gift to YA literature He brings readers like me, a middle aged white adult, to a world I know only from the media, making me feel like I was part of Noah s community For teenage YA readers, his books have wider appeal, including for reluctant readers who have yet to find stories and writing styles to engage them SWING tackles issues of friendship, family, mental illness, dreams, sports, music and the scary realities of a rush to judgment.I recommend anything he writes. This book was surprisingly good I ve got into it totally blind and I like it Day to day casual life of a group of teenagers Nothing that would normally blow me away, but I like the pace, the style, it felt true, the characters were interesting, funny and we get attach to them easily A simple story but well executed A good read This was one of the AudioFile Sync choices for the first week in 2019.This was cute until the end Then it was sad I did enjoy it And the author was also the narrator and he did a great job. This book had a lot of good ideas and themes presented throughout the storyline but they quickly got bogged down by the romance While it mentions and attempts to discuss important and very relevant topics to modern day such police violence and women empowerment, the romance overshadows much of it and in my opinion, the romance between Noah and Sam felt very superficial There wasn t any chemistry between the characters and it felt kind of forced it could ve been better developed so that there This book had a lot of good ideas and themes presented throughout the storyline but they quickly got bogged down by the romance While it mentions and attempts to discuss important and very relevant topics to modern day such police violence and women empowerment, the romance overshadows much of it and in my opinion, the romance between Noah and Sam felt very superficial There wasn t any chemistry between the characters and it felt kind of forced it could ve been better developed so that there wassubstance to them Out of all of the characters, Walt felt the most believable Noah had some development to him but he was so focused trying to woo Sam that it doesn t leave much room for him to discover who is outside of his love life while Sam was never fully developed and had very little to her character.What I did like was the mixed media art it was different and beautiful and helped this book stand out among other verse novels The ending left so muchto be discussed but it ends abruptly I wantedto be explained and social justice to be shown but it was rushed and so I didn t really enjoy it I liked this book for the most part but not as much as his other works I just finished listening to the audiobook, and if you have the chance to do the same, I highly recommend it Author Kwame Alexander reads it himself and brings the story to life, and I loved the jazz music played in between chapters I am still in a state of shock from the heartbreaking ending, so I ll have to come back and writelater Ages 12 and up. Swing is one of those novels that you won t soon forget While I really enjoy novels told in verse form, I can t say that I ve gotten lost in the story quite as much as I did here The development of the story is slow but thoughtful, helping you to fully connect to all the characters involved The most important characters are Noah and Swing Told from Noah s point of view, we come to see how his friendship with his best friend, Swing, works I love their friendship, their connection to baseball Swing is one of those novels that you won t soon forget While I really enjoy novels told in verse form, I can t say that I ve gotten lost in the story quite as much as I did here The development of the story is slow but thoughtful, helping you to fully connect to all the characters involved The most important characters are Noah and Swing Told from Noah s point of view, we come to see how his friendship with his best friend, Swing, works I love their friendship, their connection to baseball, and their appreciate for Jazz music.Generally a progressive story about Noah s crush on his female best friend, includes very realistic looks at things like race, social class, education, war veterans, and even the Black Lives Matter movement Nothing is shoved in your face, but takes place after well developed narration that keeps you interested and flipping pages To say that I loved this book is putting it mildly It has been a long time since I wanted to cry over a book, and this one put me there I see this as required reading for any teen today, and a good book to look at and consider for adults