Subject to Change by Karen Nesbitt (124)

This is another story about a teen’s life.  It is set in a small town and it shows how a teen’s life can spiral downward to a series of let-downs.

Declan’s brother is a delinquent. His performance in school is nothing noteworthy either. His father left a long time ago and there is no trace of him. There is no one to talk to or commiserate to about his plight.

Then comes the long-awaited event that he dreaded: the parents divorce. This story shows how teens struggle when parents divorce, and how certain kids in the family becomes delinquent as a result. It is such a pity when this happens.

The break up of the family has been one important reason why teens have been feeling depressed and like they don’t belong. The family is there to hold the kids together and to show them how to have the best life. However, when parents split up, it makes kids feel so unwanted. Some even feel like they caused the split of their family. All of this can add to the difficulty of the situation.

This story is for the teen who is experiencing difficulties because of a parents split up.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth

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About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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