Press Play Book Trailer Release Hosted by Me, My Shelf and I

Hey there, everyone! It’s Paul here today, and I’m sorry for the late post, but time got the best of me. I couldn’t pass up participating in this book blast as bullying is a big-time issue. I think any book that shines the spot light on this horrible activity needs to be promoted. Also, I think the book looks really good. How about that cool cover, huh? I hope you pick up the book and enjoy it. I plan to read it once I get a few minutes of spare time. Head on down below the announcement to view the awesome trailer!


PRESS PLAY Book Trailer Blast

Author: Eric Devine
Release Date: October 28th
Publisher: Running Press Books For Kids
Young Adult

SYNOPSIS: Greg Dunsmore, a.k.a. Dun the Ton, is focused on one thing: making a documentary that will guarantee his admission into the film school of his choice. Every day, Greg films his intense weight-loss focused workouts as well as the nonstop bullying that comes from his classmates. But when he captures footage of violent, extreme hazing by his high school’s championship-winning lacrosse team in the presence of his principal, Greg’s field of view is in for a readjustment.

Greg knows there is a story to be told, but it is not clear exactly what. And his attempts to find out the truth only create more obstacles, not to mention physical harm upon himself. Yet if Greg wants to make his exposé his ticket out of town rather than a veritable death sentence, he will have to learn to play the game and find a team to help him.
Combine the underbelly of Friday Night Lights with the unflinching honesty of Walter Dean Myers, and you will find yourself with Eric Devine’s novel of debatable truths, consequences, and realities.


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