Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock

Matthew Quick

Leonard is thinking about the unthinkable. About using a gun. Some unspeakable things have happened to him in the past, like abuse. And he lives with a thing so hard to speak for so many guys: depression. This book takes on a lot. It’s definitely one ideally matched with discussion with a teacher or a parent or a classmate. Readers might need to work out their feelings. This is an intense book, and ultimately a worthwhile one.

Page Count 273
Part of a Series? No
Age Level 13 — up

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