Mike by Andrew Norriss

Reviewed by Melissa Beck (Library Staff)

In this quick novel (barely over 200 pages), teenage tennis prodigy Floyd feels like his life is going just fine until a boy named Mike begins harassing him. Even more unsettling is that no one but Floyd can even see Mike.

This psychological and thought-provoking exploration of finding the path that is right for you, no matter what anyone else says, is strange but poignant and it made me wish I had a Mike of my own to set me on the right path. But then I realized I already have one. We all do.

It’s just up to each of us to learn to listen to them.

Located in Teen Fiction (TEEN FIC NORRISS)

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