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Middle School the Worst Years of My Life
Transcript of Middle School the Worst Years of My Life
He has the most books sold by one author.
James Patterson was the first author to have #1 titles on New York Times simultaneously.
He had the most #1 selling novels (63 in all).
Patterson grew up in New York, but he currently lives in Palm Beach, Floridia.
He used to be a Chairman for J.W. Thompson, an advertising company.
He helped to come up with the popular jingle, "Toys R Us Kid". James Patterson shows his personality in this story because his childhood was rough. His father treated him without much respect. This was just like Rafe and his father because Rafe is always having some kind of problem and Bear (well he is not his father) tries to give him a hard time at home. My favorite part in the story is when Rafe breaks his first rule in which he pulled the fire alarm. This was the most enjoyable part because this is where the action all began. The moment he pulled the trigger, he was no longer just a regular student at Hills Village MS. I also think that this was the most important section of the book because there was "no turning back now". I would rate this story with 4 stars because it has a facinating plot that keeps the reader captivated until the end. It was really fun to read about the winding road of middle school. by: James Patterson