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Bruiser by Neal Shusterman

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Justice Youwishyouknew

on 18 September 2014

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Transcript of Bruiser by Neal Shusterman

Brewster is a quiet person that takes away pain from the people that he loves. At school, the kids call him the "Bruiser" and he was voted most likely to get the Death Penalty. One day at the school library, he meets Brontë and they start dating shortly after.
Later on in the book, Brontë gets mad and swims to calm down. She ends up almost drowning.
So, as you can imagine, stubborn little Tennyson secretly follows Bronte and Brewster.
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Bruiser by Neal Shusterman
Brewster startes to take away all of Brontë's pain, such as a sprained ankle and a cut on her hand.
Brontë's brother, Tennyson is worried about Brontë. He doesn't want Bronte to get hurt.
He follows them on their date to the golf course with his own girlfriend.
Once there, he confronts Brewster about dating his sister and it's not pretty.
Brontë is a big star swimmer and she and her brother are both named after famous literary figures.
Brewster finds her and then he starts to drown and is in a coma.
Brewster and Tennyson become friends.
Brewster and his brother, Cody, live with their uncle Hoyt. Uncle Hoyt took them in when their parents died and is abusive when drunk.
If Brewster went on a vacation, he would bring Band Aides and a kite for Cody.
Tennyson likes lacrosse and gets into fights and arguments.
Brontë and Tennyson's parents are constantly getting into fights.
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