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On his first day of school in yet another new town, Dan stops a jock, Jeff, from beating up an outcast kid named Brandon; he makes an enemy and a friend in the process, while developing a crush on a classmate, Julie.

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It's been five years since I clicked Send.
Four years since I got out of juvie.
Three months since I changed my name.
Two minutes since I met Julie.
A second to change my life.

All Dan wants for his senior year is to be invisible. This is his last chance at a semi–normal life. Nobody here knows who he is. Or what he's done. But on his first day at school, instead of turning away like everyone else, Dan breaks up a fight. Because Dan knows what it's like to be terrorized by a bully—he used to be one.

Now the whole school thinks he's some kind of hero—except Julie. She looks at him like she knows he has a secret. Like she knows his name isn't really Daniel...

Publisher: Naperville : Sourcebooks, Inc., 2012
ISBN: 9781402273391
Branch Call Number: E-Book
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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May 04, 2017

This book had quite an interesting plot. The twist was definitely predictable but I enjoyed Dan's character Kenny a lot. The book wasn't one of my favorites, mainly because I felt a lack of connection with Some of the characters. Also, the writing style just didn't appeal to me.

May 03, 2014

An interesting book with a plot about. Bullying. The unique thing a out this book is that it is from the view of a former bully. Dan feels remorse for his bullying actions that lead to a suicide of a former classmate. He has changed schools and his name to protect his identity. I for his battle with the Kenny side of himself interesting. I have read some reviews that have disliked the twist at the end but I saw it coming.

Yasou_no_Hanabi Apr 27, 2014

I wasn't sure if I would like it, but I did end up liking it quite a bit.

josedominguez Mar 12, 2014

really amazing book...sends a great important message!!

Sep 05, 2013

it was actually quite good, very good read!

euclid13 Jan 25, 2013

Interesting story with some nice twists.

BookFaerie27 Oct 14, 2012

This story is sending a message, telling us people can change and that sometimes we do horrible things, but that doesn't make us horrible people. Send is an original concept with emotion-provoking characters and contains conflicts that anyone can relate to.


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May 04, 2017

indigo_panda_209 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 19


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