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Elvin and his friends go to a summer retreat known as Twenty-One Nights with the Knights. Elvin's got a negative outlook from the start and things immediately live down to that perspective.
Not, in any way, athletic, Elvin struggles as he is pushed to fit into a "slot". Everyone, they tell him, has a slot - and all of those slots are athletic.
After proving that he's definitely not an athlete, and making an unpleasant discovery about the "in" crowd guys, he reaches bottom.
And he finds that he likes it there! He's not alone, and it's clearly his "slot". He's a funny character, with a bit of the smart-aleck.
Lynch does a really nice job with all his characters, leaving me wishing for a peek at next year's Twenty-One Nights with the Knights. A Kid's Review 4.
This book is about a boy named Elvin who goes to a camp to get introduced to high school. He soon finds out that this camp is not to introduce him to high school but to slot him in a sport for one of the school teams.
The only trouble is that Elvin doesn't fit into any sport at all. He goes through almost every slot until the counselors just give up on him.
At the end Elvin finally finds a slot that suits him. I would highly recomend this book because everybody can relate to not fitting in when you go to a camp or new school just like Elvin felt in this book.
This marvelously written book takes you straight into a not-so-perfect teenager's head. Elvin Bishop is fat, weak, indefensive and insecure.
Just as Elvin gets out of school he learns that he is going back, sort of. He is going to a so-called "retreat", which is really just his new school.
The camp is called "Twenty one nights with the knights". Elvin is always being picked on. He knows that the retreat is going to be terrible ever since the bus-ride to the camp when everyone starts picking on him and stealing his food.
To Elvin, food is almost as precious as gold, so when they were stealing his food he felt miserable.
To comfort himself he would look at the school's brochure, trying to image and pretend how much fun he would have there. His vision slowly fades away as he starts settling in.
Almost immediately, everyone was picking on Elvin; his only defenses being his two best friends Mikie and Frankie. Out of those two his only real friend is Mikie because Mikie really understands Elvin.
Frankie is his friend too but he isn't really a "real" friend, just someone who is nice to Elvin. The camp has a system of "slots", or places in sports.
Elvin is just good for nothing, no sport seems to fit his personality, he tries football, soccer, baseball and finally when he thinks he found his place in wrestling, his hopes are turned down by the coaches when he is asked to leave because of other incoming students.
Later when he finds a slot in art he meets new friends and finds out that strength doesn't always have to be physical. Chris Lynch is a great author who takes you into the head of a 14 year old boy, revealing his thoughts and impressions.
If you are interested in a good, refreshing novel, then this is a book for you.