The Order of the Poison Oak

The Order of the Poison Oak

eBook - 2011
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Publisher: [Los Gatos, California] :, Smashwords Edition,, 2011.
ISBN: 9780615450223
Characteristics: 1 online resource.


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Oct 15, 2014

Excellent sequel to the Geography Club. Seems as if Russel's "coming-out" hasn't been as accepted at his high school as he hoped and he mentions feeling constantly in danger. So to get away from it all he becomes a camp counselor for child burn survivors, along with his friends from the first book. He discovers that being known as "the gay kid" isn't the only bad thing that could happen to someone and does his best to do right by the kids in his charge. Great book to read, and I am glad that the main protagonist defining characteristic isn't his being gay, but his being a teenager who makes the same mistakes as everyone else, which makes him relatable, and likable at the same time. Highly recommended.

KJtheEpicFailure Dec 14, 2012

Wow, just another amazing novel by Brent Hartinger. Where to begin? A scandalous, romantic, and altogether humorous trip to summer camp -a place to be oneself without having to worry what anyone thinks. Epic read, one I recommend to everyone!

euclid13 Jul 21, 2012

This is the sequel to, "Geography Club", so read that first. It has straight and gay characters who are good friends. (imagine a world where you don't have to hate people who are different from you!)


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