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Say Something: A Hate List Novella

por Jennifer Brown

Séries: Hate List

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In Hate List, Jennifer Brown delivered a powerful story about grief, friendship, and forgiveness in the aftermath of a school shooting. Now, she explores an evocative new narrative while digging deeper into the themes first touched upon in her debut novel.


David Judy knows what it's like to be bullied. Shy and gentle, with a soft voice and "a girl's name for a last name," he is a prime target. Thankfully, there's one girl David feels at ease with ?? Valerie, the girl who's been dating his neighbor and sometimes-friend, Nick. Valerie is kind to David and pulls him into their circle of outcast friends, where he finally feels like he (sort of) belongs. So when David starts to suspect that Nick and his friend Jeremy are planning a revenge plot against their tormentors, he wrestles with whether or not to tell someone. By the time he finally works up the courage to say something...it's too late.


David tries to put what he knows behind him ?? to forget and move on ?? but that's hard to do as senior year starts and he watches his old friend, Valerie, struggle in a deep, dark place of guilt and confusion. It's time to speak up. David may not be able to end bullying, but by standing up, he might just make a difference. And that's what matt… (mais)

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This novella is a continuation of Jennifer Brown's Book "Hate List". There have been so many school shootings in the news in recent years. Everyone is always wondering what the shooter's motive was. How many actually look at what happens to those who survived. What happens to those who were friends, girlfriends, boyfriends of those who perpetrate the crime? In this story we see Val, who was Nick's girlfriend. If you've not read the book Nick was the shooter and he and Val had created a "Hate list". These were people who went out of their way to make life miserable for others. David was a friend to Nick and had a crush on Valerie. He himself carries a lot of guilt. While Valerie is trying to move on, she carries a lot of mixed feelings. Even though she saved someone's life and was shot by her boyfriend, she is blamed and accused of knowing about the shooting, David has mixed feelings because he is carrying information he should have given out earlier and now it is eating him up inside. Jennifer Brown gives us a look at what those who knew the shooter were going through. A must read book for all who have read "Hate List". ( )
  skstiles612 | Jan 2, 2023 |
Hate List was probably my favourite novel of Jennifer Brown. While the subject matter was difficult to read, it was so real and so expertly written.
This is David’s story; one of the school shooter’s closest friends. One that thinks he could have stopped it, one who knew a little too late what would happen. All the signs were there, David didn’t put it all together until that morning. He had several choices but maybe made the wrong one. Was it out of denial or fear but it was too little too late and now he lives with the knowledge that it’s his fault and he should have said something. Now he’s just afraid to, scared that he’ll become ostracized and hated.
Say something is a little of the aftermath; how students adjusted and what followed. It really saddened me that after all that had transpired, it seemed not a lot had changed. The popular people were still the same; the outcasts were still cast out and the bullying just continued as if there was nothing learned by the horrible events of that day. This novella was emotional and my heart broke for the boy who had known too much and now lives with the guilt of it.
Great Novella, Jennifer Brown continues to be one of my favourite young Adult authors. ( )
  maggie1961 | Feb 4, 2018 |
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Young Adult Fiction. Young Adult Literature. HTML:

In Hate List, Jennifer Brown delivered a powerful story about grief, friendship, and forgiveness in the aftermath of a school shooting. Now, she explores an evocative new narrative while digging deeper into the themes first touched upon in her debut novel.


David Judy knows what it's like to be bullied. Shy and gentle, with a soft voice and "a girl's name for a last name," he is a prime target. Thankfully, there's one girl David feels at ease with ?? Valerie, the girl who's been dating his neighbor and sometimes-friend, Nick. Valerie is kind to David and pulls him into their circle of outcast friends, where he finally feels like he (sort of) belongs. So when David starts to suspect that Nick and his friend Jeremy are planning a revenge plot against their tormentors, he wrestles with whether or not to tell someone. By the time he finally works up the courage to say something...it's too late.


David tries to put what he knows behind him ?? to forget and move on ?? but that's hard to do as senior year starts and he watches his old friend, Valerie, struggle in a deep, dark place of guilt and confusion. It's time to speak up. David may not be able to end bullying, but by standing up, he might just make a difference. And that's what matt

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