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szdaily -> Culture
I Am the Cheese
    2017-June-28  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Adam Farmer doesn’t know who he is. His family life is a blur, loved ones are hazy recollections*, and some days he can’t even recall his own name. Yet, somewhere in the “blanks” of his past he senses a threatening mystery. “I Am the Cheese” by Robert Cormier is a gripping* account of a young man’s search for self amidst unstable circumstances and untrustworthy alliances*.

Farmer is on a journey — he has to get to Rutterburg, Vermont with a parcel for his father.

He abandons his mother and his precious Amy Hertz and rides off to see his father. His epic journey extends longer and longer as he meets many troubles on the way. His tale takes the reader on an adventure when the boy faces conspiracies, double identities, fledgling government agencies and corruption.

Cormier’s blend of interview sessions with Farmer’s firsthand recollections of his past and present allows the reader to untangle* the layers of this mystery as the details make themselves known to Farmer. In the midst of all this external drama, Cormier never forgets that Farmer is still a teenager, grappling with* the same issues as most teens.

It is this factor that will attract

young readers.

From Farmer’s touching memories of his first love, Amy Hertz, to the disillusionment he feels from mistrust of his parents, this thriller* knocks the confusion and angst of a teenager with uncommon precision.

The book is available at online bookstores like jd.com.(SD-Agencies)

 

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