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Elievable that veryone would just forget his prophetic abilities after the issue of his death resolved I Love pretty much all books by William Sleator and this one the issue of his death is resolved I Love pretty much all books by William Sleator and this one very interesting so I had to try it This book is pretty short It only took 1 hour to read It starts out good in the beginning but it gets a little boringdull when You Get Farther Into It But Overall I Liked It get farther into it But overall I liked it would recomend it if you re looking for a good uick read This is a very creative book that shows readers that permanent solutions are much difficult yet rewarding than uick fixes Sleator has done a good job of discussing these difficult issues in a manner that is accessible and relatable Another interesting and fun YA tale from William Sleator 11 year old Peter is killed by a car when he runs out into the street without looking After he dies he learns he has a chance to go back in time and try to change the vents that led up to his death Through trial and rror he begins to learn that just trying to change the people and circumstances around him will not forestall death if he does not also change himselfTold from the viewpoint of a smart but naive pre teen this book really speaks with Peter s voice Although sometimes the characters behaviors seemed a little unbelievable overall I was caught up in the story Good A Certain Justice (Adam Dalgliesh, exploration of the implications of ones own behaviors and how they affect not only how others see you but how you see the world I think I would have reallynjoyed this back when I was around 10 13 years old Rewind by William Sleator is a very good book for anyone who is looking for a great fantasymystery book with a lot of twists Rewind is about a boy who gets hit by a car after finding out that his parents don t love him and after his death he finds out that he can rewind things and get a second chance This book has a greater meaning to it that you will understand after you finish the book This is a very good book that is set in the modern world A teenage boy can re do past vents by manipulating dimensional time. Rstand him the school jock is out to get him and no one appreciates his own talents This may be his last chance can Peter cheat death or will he be lost forever. .
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read this book book when I was 9 or 10 years old I m giving it such a high rating because I m as of writing this and it stuck with me for that long I really felt for our main and am still kind of outraged over his awful parents In fact that s the one thing I didn t really like about it his parents faced no conseuences for their treatment of this poor kid It s a very short book but a lingering one That says a lot I think This is by and large one of my favorite childhood books Peter was so absurdly relatable that as an adult I couldn t bear to sell it or donate it to a used bookstore I don t usually keep things lying around like that due to sentimentality but this book did it Do Not Let Your Children Read This I m not one for censorship but if this book could be unwritten I would consider that a public good This is JF fiction not Hegel and the messages this book is presenting to actual children are legitimately harmful to their sense of self And I cannot for a second imagine an actual leven year old picking up on how deeply fucked up these messages are only that they might identify with the protagonist s thought process and in turn possibly cause themselves harm by acting accordinglySo look I usually love William Sleator but when I read this last night I was horrified and not in the good way Rewind is the story of Peter an 11 year old boy who is killed by a car crash and is given the opportunity to return to a point in his life to try and his life such that he doesn t get hit It also turns out that he is adopted and that adoptive parents are now Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies expecting a bio baby Peter spends most of this book trying to convince his parents and himself that he is worthy of being lovedFirst and foremost holy victim blaming Batman Every facet of this book is geared tostablish that Peter is wrong Peter s actions and feelings caused his demise Peter is to blame for all the bad things in his life Peter is ELEVEN GODDAMN YEARS OLD and is killed in turn by a speeding car by a DIFFER. When Peter is hit by a car he is given the ultimate do over go back to any point in time before that fateful moment and alter the vents leading up to his death.
characters Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or Book ☆ William SleatorENT speeding car and then by a car that loses control hops the curb and RUNS HIM OVER ON A SIDEWALK Neither Peter s motions nor actions caused these things Idiot drivers did It s incredibly troubling to me that this Juvenile Fiction has such a clear message of victimblaming as a central plotpointvictim blaming the secondas a central plotpointVictim blaming the second s parents are one dimensional motionally stunted horrible xcuses for parents and for people They are utterly incapable of seeing the good in ANYTHING Peter does and give him completely conflicting mixed messages of what is xpected of him leading to Peter basically having an 11 year old s crisis of how do I please these people and in pleasing them get them to show me that they love me His parents are ither liars or simply acting and raising him in bad faith They provide him with cryptic flawed information and xpectations and when he an The Case for Paleolibertarianism and Realignment on the Right eleven year old acts towards those goals he is punished His father at one point in the story uncharacteristically helps Peter and when the mother complains his father then BLAMES PETER FOR UPSETTING HIS MOTHER Even though it was the father that prompted andxecuted the upsetting actions WHAT THE SHIT PETER S DAD NO WONDER YOUR KID DOUBTS YOUR DEVOTION TO HIM Protip don t toss your kids under the bus for your DEVOTION TO HIM Protip don t toss your kids under the bus for your actions Not in real life not as a trust Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling exercise not as a metaphor Don t do itThere s a teeny tiny kernel of a good message in here they idea that you should learn your audience and try to craft messages that will resonate with them But it s so far buried in the protagonist being surrounded bymotionally abusive stunted cardboard cutouts of characters that I cannot recommend that ANYONE read*This Or God Forbid Let Their Kids *or god forbid let their kids this Decent read I liked the idea of this kid being given the chance to prevent his own death I also like how he was able to see the ways that a change in his own attitude and behavior could influence others His ability to read the future seemed a bit of an odd distraction from Peter s main problems It seems a bit unb. If he fails he will die again this time for good Now Peter's racing against time to save his own life but what should he change His adoptive parents don't unde. .