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Bruiser has 14, ratings and 2, reviews. Neal said: Again – not a book review, but a review of my writing process for BRUISER. The idea of telling a 4/5.
Bruiser is my first read outside of the Unwind series that I've read by Neal Shusterman so I had high expectations that I was trying to keep in check and I'm so, so thrilled to say that this blew me away/5().
Shusterman explores these central questions in this thought-provoking new book The story is narrated by Tennyson, Bronte, and Cody in prose and by Bruiser in . Bruiser by Neal Shusterman however, deserves that rating completely and utterly. A while ago, I read Everlost and Unwind by Neal Shusterman. They are both considered children fantasy (and pretty much earning that title) so I was happy when I heard about Neal Shusterman's Young Adult debut/5().
Shusterman is a fabulous writer. His writing is sophisticated, clean, and tight. The story is told from four different points of view: Brewster, Cody (Brewster’s younger . Bruiser is a novel by writer Neal Shusterman. Bruiser is about a teenage boy who is so standoffish at his school that his fellow students voted him most likely to receive the death penalty.