Year of The Phenoms: A Volleyball Journey

Year of The Phenoms A Volleyball Journey The odds of one volleyball phenom transferring to your school are a million to one The odds of two volleyball phenoms transferring to your school in the same year arewell they re too mind boggling to

  • Title: Year of The Phenoms: A Volleyball Journey
  • Author: HenryGonzalez
  • ISBN: 9781483423074
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The odds of one volleyball phenom transferring to your school are a million to one The odds of two volleyball phenoms transferring to your school in the same year arewell, they re too mind boggling to calculate Pankus High has struggled at volleyball for as long as anyone can remember All that changes with the arrival of two volleyball phenoms the brooding Fabiana SThe odds of one volleyball phenom transferring to your school are a million to one The odds of two volleyball phenoms transferring to your school in the same year arewell, they re too mind boggling to calculate Pankus High has struggled at volleyball for as long as anyone can remember All that changes with the arrival of two volleyball phenoms the brooding Fabiana Strazzi, and the energetic Guy Pritchard JC is ecstatic over their arrival, but not all of her teammates share in her enthusiasm Can the team come together or will jealousy, fighting, suspensions, and injuries derail their promising season

    One thought on “Year of The Phenoms: A Volleyball Journey”

    1. This book reaches into the adolescent mind and struggles on many levels. Fabiana is a teen whose entire life is uprooted. Her mom has divorced her dad, taken on a new job as a Volley Ball coach in Colorado, and they are leaving all she knows behind in California. Fabiana is a Phenom- a STAR volleyball player but she's tested over and over: in her relationships with her mom and her friends, in her self identity struggles, and yes, doing her best on the volleyball court. And she's NOT PERFECT!! Pe [...]

    2. I won this book as part of a Firstreads promotion. This is a great book that I would recommend for teenagers. It is about two excellent volleyball players who end up at the same school. The only thing I did not like is that this book doesn't really have an ending, but leads you to the next book/ If you are a volleyball player you will understand all the things that the two girls go through.

    3. OMG!!! I loved this book! I have never read a book about a volleyball team beforea and this was more than i expected!!! I am a volleyball player and Henry hit the nail on the head!! Everything the team went through is real life!!!! I love how real the book is and the story line! :) I fell in love with the characters! Cant wait to read the second one!!!

    4. I'm not really into reading books about athletes, especially young athletes, but this one was not too bad. I think many people will classify this as YA because it's about high school students, but there was something about the writing that felt like a middle school story. (Except for the horse penis chapter)**I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.**

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