The Pact

The Pact Walter J. Roers
  • Title: The Pact
  • Author: Walter J. Roers
  • ISBN: 9780898232042
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Pact Walter J. Roers The Pact In the tradition of To Kill a Mockingbird The Pact explores the frustrations and joys of a boy as he learns the fallibility of adults and the subsequent loss of youthful innocence
    In the tradition of To Kill a Mockingbird, The Pact explores the frustrations and joys of a boy as he learns the fallibility of adults and the subsequent loss of youthful innocence.
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    1. Reviewer Amanda SmithTitle The PactAuthor Walter RoersPublisher New Rivers PressGenre Realistic FictionISBN 0 89823 204 XTotal Pages 160Rating 4 starsIn his powerful debut, Walter Roers portrays the childhood experiences that shape the lives of two brothers, Michael and Ron Dougherty, and their friend Ricky Stedman, during the late 1940s in Minneapolis, Minnesota through his fictitious book The Pact In the beginning of the book, the boys spend their time playing pranks, and just being kids, but [...]

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    2. Take a walk in the shoes of eight year old Mike while he goes through one of the most difficult times in his life The Pact by Walter J Roers is primarily for kids ages thirteen to eighteen, but can be a great book for people of all ages This fictional memoir presents a powerful message about self forgiveness through a true story and is a must read for everyone.In this book Mike Dougherty is best friends to Ricky Steadman He and Ricky made a pact to meet back up again in twenty years in their hom [...]

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    3. Walter Roers, author of The Pact has effectively created great story about friendship, secrets, and trust through the use of two young boys friendship Secrets are revealed that have fatal consequences, but telling them would be breaking a pact, and destroying a friendship The Pact is easily relatable to young adults in this day and age because of the many secrets shared between friends everyday Is there ever a time to break the trust of your friend in hopes to change lives Mike Dougherty and Ric [...]

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    4. Mike and Ron Dougherty and their friend Ricky Stedman all climb the roof, looking in on the men in the bar below them Suddenly the silence is broken by the thud, splash, thud, splash of water balloons raining down in the bar, but the boys are long gone off the roof This takes place in Walter Roer s book, The Pact As Roer s first book, The Pact is an excellent read, but doesn t give you something to leave you thinking Mike and his older brother Ron, meet Ricky They then start to become fast frien [...]

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    5. Reviewer Calvin BowmanTitle The PactAuthor Walter RoersGenre Fictional MemoirPublisher New Rivers Press 2000 Pages 180ISBN 0 89823 204 XRating 4 starsThe Pact by Walter Roers is a fictional book following the life of a young boy Michael Dougherty In this book Mike and his brother Ron make friends with a younger boy named Ricky Throughout the story the children have fun committing mischief like any young boys do, while also having to deal with some very strong and difficult situations Mike and Ro [...]

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    6. Imagine the city of Minneapolis back in the late 1950s, the sound of cars driving by and the smell of smoke in the air, this is where Walter Roers , The Pact took place Roers story about three boys friendship is sweet with a strange twist that will leave you in shock Throughout this book Mike, Ricky and Ron do many questionable acts that Mike is forced to keep secret Mike and Ron s father is an alcoholic and they must live with him even though he is always yelling at them and their mother Ricky, [...]

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    7. The Pact Walter RoersNew Rivers PressRealistic FictionISBN 089823204180 pagesRating 4 starsWho knew separation from a loved one could be a positive change in someone s life Well that s the case for the main character Mike in Walter Roers s book The Pact For those teens and young adults who have experienced difficult changes, then The Pact is the book for you Roers s book will paint a clear picture of how challenges and tough changes can affect someone s life The young boy Mike just wants to live [...]

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    8. The PactWalter J RoersNew Rivers PressRealistic FictionISBN 0 89823 204 x180 pagesRating 4 starsMy favorite type of book is one that surprises you, and this book will definitely surprise you The Pact by Walter J Roers is a realistic fiction novel based on his childhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota It is a mature book that every middle schooler will most certainly enjoy.Mike and Ron Dougherty, and their new found friend Ricky Stedman, planned to have the best summer ever They made a pact to have a f [...]

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    9. I read this in one sitting, from start to end, 180 pages It s partly about the disillusionments of childhood, or as they say, growing pangs, but it is also about the learning how to forgive others and yourself for mistakes you ve made in the past, while reverencing life and praying for others in their struggles by living a conscientious lifestyle that doesn t intentionally act to harm or judge others unfairly In accepting what you cannot change, and adapting to circumstances in which you can do [...]

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    10. I read this book all in one day It drew me in even though it was a fairly simple story no crazy time travel or confusing relationships or something One other simple book I read all in one day was a Hemingway novel so snaps to the author of this book for being in the same category as Hemingway Speaking of alcoholics, this book deals with a family dealing wih alcoholism and getting by There are other simple parts of childhood covered too One star goes to this book because it mentions my neighbor [...]

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    11. A simple little read of a quieter time I loved it, especially having grown up in a nearby neighborhood at about the same time I have a feeling this was of a memoir, published as fiction The 4th of July at Powderhorn Park brought back very special memories.

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    12. A small but moving book that packs a big emotional punch I suppose some may categorize it as just another loss of chilhood innocense tale, but it s less pretentious and impactful than most.

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    13. like a cautionary tale than a novel would ve been better if i didnt feel like it was a sermon regardless, i connected with some of the characters so gave it 2 stars instead of 1.

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