Shane Brown
Publisher: Services LLC
Pages: 335

James Marsh is sixteen years old and in his final year of high school. He has been suffering from bullying for months at the hands of Jason Mitchell and his friends but, as they return to school after the Easter break, Jason takes his tormenting to a whole new level. As James struggles to cope, a teacher at the school finds his hands tied when he attempts to help him, Jason spirals out of control, and a former friend of James tries to make amends. "Breaking Point" is a novel about homophobia and bullying in our schools, and highlights the sides of bullying which are rarely talked about by the victims, the schools or the media. This new edition features a revised and expanded text, and is published simultaneously with a sequel, "Breaking Down." Recommended for 15 years and upwards due to some more adult themes.
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