(E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns


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  1. says: (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns T.R. Burns ´ 7 review review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns

    characters The Bad Apple review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns T.R. Burns ´ 7 review I wasn't a huge fan of the book in the beginning but by the end I really enjoyed it I would definitely recommend this book to others but only if you don't mind having to read the second book I can't wait to read the second book because the first one left you hanging

  2. says: review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns T.R. Burns ´ 7 review (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns

    characters The Bad Apple (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns T.R. Burns ´ 7 review This book may have lots of pages but the pages are full of wonderful adventures I liked the book but there is a lot of ch

  3. says: characters The Bad Apple (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns T.R. Burns ´ 7 review

    (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns My mother picked this up for me as ARC from a small conference she attended And I sense I'm going to be in the minority on this one Granted I'm not the intended audience for this book With that in mind enter the spoiler linkview spoilerI'd like to think I started this book with very little expectation I'm not fam

  4. says: review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns T.R. Burns ´ 7 review characters The Bad Apple

    (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns T.R. Burns ´ 7 review characters The Bad Apple But if this isn't a reform school what is it?Houdini's feet drop to the floor He leans forward Holds my eyes with his A world renowned top secret training facilityI want to look away but can'tKilter Academy for Tro

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    characters The Bad Apple (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns Seamus Hinkle isn’t a bad kid When he threw his apple during a food fight in the school cafeteria he was only trying to prevent the substitute teacher from getting in over her head He certainly didn’t mean to kill her N

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    (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns It is always a delight to find such a playful and engaging book as this one especially for intermediate readers In this story Seamus Hinkle is sent to a school for misfits after accidentally killing his substitute teacher with an apple Through a series of mostly accidental events Seamus becomes a star on campus at a school that rewards troublemaking and punishes tattling and good behaviors Eventually he bands up with his fellow

  7. says: (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns

    (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns i think this is one of the best books I've ever read in my entire life It's filled with action like when Seamus the main cha

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    (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns characters The Bad Apple The characters seemed a little flat and every situation worked out a little too perfectly The suspense was non existent Though the ide

  9. says: review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns T.R. Burns ´ 7 review characters The Bad Apple

    (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns This book was bad in the beginning but left of with an interesting cliff hanger One of the problems was that if the cliff hanger is true is that she planned it horribly by not leaving any clues at all Overall its okay

  10. says: (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns

    (E–pub New) [The Bad Apple] by T.R. Burns I liked this book a lot I just have to say right off that the ending is pretty crazy Other than that I thought everything was good the whole way I am excited to read the next one in the series

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  • Paperback
  • 368
  • The Bad Apple
  • T.R. Burns
  • English
  • 21 January 2020
  • 9781442440319

characters The Bad Apple

T.R. Burns ´ 7 review review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns characters The Bad Apple 107 Itially determined to avoid any mishaps Seamus nonetheless inadvertently emerges as a uniuely skilled troublemaker Together with new friends Lemon and Elinor he rises to the top of his class while beginning to discover that Kilter Academy has some major secrets and surprises in store. i think this is one of the best books I ve ever read in my entire life It s filled with action like when Seamus the main character accidentally kills his substitute teacher in the lunchroom and when after he accidentally kills his substitute teacher gets sent to the Kilter reform school which is secretly a you ll have to read it to find out It s also filled with comedy like when Seamus calls the and gets NEGATIVE 20 demerits The book The Bad Apple should have the nobel prize for being the absolutely great story line and well to really get the idea you ll have to read it for yourselfs

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T.R. Burns ´ 7 review review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns characters The Bad Apple 107 “It’s easy to get drawn into this fast paced funny and entertaining adventure” Publishers Weekly about a school where making trouble is highly encouragedTwelve year old Seamus Hinkle is a good kid with a perfect school record until the day of the unfortunate apple incident Seam. My mother picked this up for me as ARC from a small conference she attended And I sense I m going to be in the minority on this one Granted I m not the intended audience for this book With that in mind enter the spoiler linkview spoilerI d like to think I started this book with very little expectation I m not familiar with the author but I d like to think I like this sort of literature It s light full of action and colorful characters easy to grasp and short And my opinion is that this book fell a bit shortMy main focus on evaluating a book like this is to focus on the main character His name is Seamus Hinkle and he s twelve years old and he accidentally kills his substitute teacher with an apple All throughout this book I can t uite get my thumb on who Seamus is in the world He seems like a mostly good ordinary twelve year old There s very little interaction between him and other people without much explanation mostly because he himself has no idea what s going on and we spend most of our time listening to what other people tell him I think it s hard to write from the perspective of a twelve year old so I give those authors credit Seamus just didn t seem like a real kid to me Yes I know it s fiction Bear with me The same goes for the other characters the least of which are his own parents and his teachers like Annika so don t get me started You have no idea why they are the way they are and the only characters who have any hint of personality are the ones who seem to display bad characteristics Abe mostly with his I m impatient and want to be a leader exchanges No doubt this is the first of a series but you ve got to give a little for us to go on I have very little interest in reading another book to see what I should have gotten in the first bookThis leads me to what I perceive is the biggest problem with this book it can t stand alone There isn t even any closure by the end What might have passed for closure was cut short awkwardly so with another random twist that I suspect is meant to build suspense for the next book I understand that techniue but I have too many uestions at the end and that makes the book seem not worth it to meI was also looking for what I suppose we consider the typical main characterprotagonist arc By the end of the book I expect to see some development of the main character Did he learn a lesson Appreciate something that he didn t appreciate before Did he change as a person Apparently this book spans about three months maximum I felt no character development and it seems like he didn t learn a darn thing Which makes sense since there seems to be very little if any learning taking place at this schoolI thought about series like Harry Potter and Percy Jackson The idea is that a child is perfectly ordinary if not a somewhat outcast in the normal world and he or she finds a better fit in a completely different sort of school wizarding school Greek mythology school take your pick That reuires uite a bit of creation on the part of the author in terms of establishing this other world without using half the book to go into a history lesson while also making this other world relevant as it sits alongside the world we know None of that in this book What happens to Troublemakers when they graduate No clue Seamus like Harry and Percy has a lot of dumb luck The difference I think is that both Harry and Percy needed to do their own share of work Granted that comparison could be unfair as there are already the seven Harry Potter books and the five Percy Jackson books versus this one The only history such as it is is Annika s spoiled and sad beginnings and the random creation of the school That s itAlso it s been awhile but I didn t read Hamlet at eleven years old hide spoiler

T.R. Burns ´ 7 review

T.R. Burns ´ 7 review review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ T.R. Burns characters The Bad Apple 107 Us is immediately shipped off to a detention facility only to discover that Kilter Academy is actually a school to mold future Troublemakers where demerits are awarded as a prize for bad behavior and each student is tasked to pull various pranks on their teachers in order to excel In. Seamus Hinkle isn t a bad kid When he threw his apple during a food fight in the school cafeteria he was only trying to prevent the substitute teacher from getting in over her head He certainly didn t mean to kill her Now he finds himself enrolled at the Kilter Academy for Troubled Youth and he s uite certain that he s in for something truly terribleBut as soon as his parents drive off he finds that Kilter Academy isn t what it first appears to be He is confused to find that he has something of a celebrity status with the faculty and the rules don t seem to make any sense That s because Kilter Academy isn t a reform schoolit s the training ground for professional Troublemakers It is a topsy turvy place where earning demerits is laudable and gold stars are bad Hinkle has trouble adjusting to this new life but find that he has an almost accidental knack for the kind of troublemaking that is rewarded hereThis book appears to be the first in a new series and provides an intriguing introduction to a strange world where professional Troublemakers can exist and where they would need a training academy The academy itself is uniue and creatively described and should appeal tremendously to the target audience of this book probably pre teen boysjust sayin But because it seems to be just the opening round in a longer story there are a LOT of uestions that remain unanswered and the ending leaves the readers hanging The book is entertaining on its own but the concepts beg for development so hopefully the future installments will not disappoint