The Year of the Rooster

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
This year’s AP English students are notorious for cheating, and their teacher, Ms. Hahn, is desperate to find solid evidence against them. The staff has grown deaf to her claims that the class played a part in the disappearance of the former tenth grade English teacher. It isn’t until the newly-hired German teacher appears as a possible ally that we learn what the class is truly capable of. More
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About Rebecca Freeman

Despite growing up with my grandparents, I've lived an adventurous life. I'm spending the summer on the road with my mom and brother. My mom's been an on-and-off long haul driver since 1992. I've dabbled in dumpster diving, longboarding, and bracelet making, but writing is the only activity that really holds my interest. I'm a student at the University of Oregon, majoring in German and minoring in creative writing. I expect to graduate in June of 2013.

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Selena Brown reviewed on Sep. 20, 2012

I usually avoid fiction e-books because I personally find "real life" to be much more fascinating than fiction could ever be. However, this e-book actually convinced me to go back and give fiction e-books a second look. An interesting story from someone who's so young is quite admirable. Most young people can barely put together a good sentence, let alone a good book. Kudos to the young author.
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Kelly Alexander reviewed on Aug. 28, 2012

I love the mood created in this story. I don't know how to describe it (eerie, maybe). It definitely kept me interested. I also liked the way the author handled irony in the point of view. I hope another story is on the way soon!
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Sophia DeLuna reviewed on July 31, 2012

A well written story with a surprising end.
I'd like to read more stories about Ms. Hahn.
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Karen Freeman-Smith reviewed on July 26, 2012

I enjoyed reading about Ms. Hahn and I hope we get to learn more about her in future stories. I loved the story and the happy ending - but can't help feeling like it's not really the end at all. Looking forward to your next book!
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