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review by . June 29, 2010
Flight is one of Sherman Alexie’s excellent young adult novels.  The primary character, Zits is a young Native American teen who has been shuttled between foster homes for most of his life.  Having fallen through the cracks, Zits finds himself a victim of the system.       Much of the first part of the story centers around his friendship with a young white male, who he meets in jail.  Justice introduces Zits to the idea of action through violence, and …
review by . August 06, 2010
Fans of Kurt Vonnegut will read "Flight", by Sherman Alexie and wonder if Kurt transferred his greatness to a new generation. As in many of Vonnegut's novels, Alexie uses his narrator as a way to explore history and social issues. "Zits", the narrator changes time period and place (just like Vonnegut's characters sometimes do.). To keep things interesting Zits magically changes bodies when he moves from place to place. His journey takes him from the moment of a terrible …
review by . July 09, 2010
"Flight" revolves around a rebellious teenage Native American boy named Zits, an orphan trapped in the foster care system.  Since Zits' childhood, he has been abused by his different foster families, and at the beginning of the book, runs away from his most current placement.  While away, Zits meets a new friend named Justice, and together they live in an abandoned warehouse.  Justice exposes Zits to different ways of thinking, and convinces Zits to begin a life of …
Quick Tip by . July 02, 2010
An exceptional novel, for story, for storytelling, and for getting into the head of a Native American. Alexie brings his magical word weaving to a tale of a boy whose life is changed by a flight through time and seeing through the eyes of others. You will believe every moment, and you will cheer for the ending.
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