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3 NBs of Julian Drew [BOOKS] ✸ 3 NBs of Julian Drew ⚦ James M. Deem – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Fifteen year old Julian Drew is locked into his garage bedroom every night by his brutal father and abusive stepmother made to pee in a can starved belittled and sometimes beaten One fall day he buys of Julian eBook ´ Fifteen year old Julian Drew is locked into his garage bedroom every night by his brutal father and abusive stepmother made to pee in a can starved belittled and sometimes beaten One fall day he 3 NBs ePUB í buys a cheap notebook NB at a drugstore in Tucson Arizona and begins writing in a simple code to someone he calls U Word by mysterious word his NBs become a refuge from his bewildering circumstances NBs of Julian PDF Æ He writes of his pain his fragile contacts with a teacher and a troubled girl he calls S and the moment when he turns from writing to action and embarks on a remarkable journey to solve the puzzle of his life.

10 thoughts on “3 NBs of Julian Drew

  1. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    This was a favorite of mine during middle school and that hasn't changed You start with a boy trying to write his story but it only comes out in a special code You find out later what everything means It takes time and by halfway through you pretty much know what all the special codes and abbreviations stand for I remember when I first figured it out I stopped halfway through the book and started again at the beginning now knowing everything he was trying to say Ok now this is going to get a bit spoilery There is abuse in this book that can make people a bit sueamish It isn't bloody or graphic but there is mental and physical abuse This young boy is mentally broken I've seen people write comments asking if this stuff really happens to people and yes Yes it does Though I don't know if it affects people the same as it is portrayed in this book A wonderful book about something that is usually shoved out of people thoughts A child is abused and wishes to cry out for help but believes that no one will believe him or do anything about it Will you listen? Will you read his story?

  2. Melissa Oliver Melissa Oliver says:

    You know that feeling when you have so many thoughts and feelings running around in your head that you just have to write them down? Except sometimes they are so overwhelming that you don't know where to start Julian knows the feeling and this book takes you on the rollar coaster ride of his thoughts as he himself figures out how to put them into words Very well done

  3. Isa Isa says:

    read this in like fifth grade and it still comes back to me all the time i need a copy of my own honestly i wouldn't recommend it if you're disturbed by stories about abuse but it still haunts me in college absolutely magnificent

  4. Briahna16 Briahna16 says:

    This book was such a freaking page turner I recently saw someone reading itand they didn't understand it and I was like you're not really READING it

  5. Kath Kath says:

    This is an amazing book I definitely recommend it It made me think of how little I know about what actually goes on in a student's life outside of the school This is a must read

  6. Julia Van, yo! Julia Van, yo! says:

    One of my absolute favorite books Underrated disturbing and extremely touching People need to read this

  7. Melissa Melissa says:

    I read this book years ago and it has stuck with me since then A challenging and great read Loved it then and love it now

  8. Marcie Marcie says:

    James M Deem's 3 NBs of Julian Drew is a heart wrenching account of an abused teen by his nother or stepmother Julian's cryptic journaling was a little unsettling at first until context patterns emerged Julian's journaling becomes less cryptic as he learns to overcome his abuse and although uncertainty still exists at the story's end the reader is left with hope

  9. vaugnfreech vaugnfreech says:

    I found a copy somewhere a long time ago but didn’t buy because I dunno And then I found this list of must reads for young adults and saw The 3NBs of Julian Drew in it So when I found a copy again at Booksale I bought it this time The 3NBs of Julian Drew is the story of this boy Julian Drew who is uber abused by his step mother and well his father at the same time After his mother’s death everything changed Starved caged lambasted torturedoh well lotsa bad things that can make me vomit And to express himself pour out his angst Julian writes in his journals He writes in codes so that his stepmother wouldn’t know about it All the bitternessall his desires to see his late mother once again Plus the blooming love affair with a disturbed girl The twist of the tale is how Julian managed to surviveand well how he got braver and braver as he wrote in his journals I found the book very disturbing But it’s a slice of life It slaps me of of what I think about my American Dreamthat I wanna have my teenage life in the States What I see in the movies what I read in some booksit’s total different here It’s the mentality of abused kidsand I wonder if it really happens I mean well it can happen here in the Philippines But I really doubt in the States And I was thinking Julian is going to be mad Gawd after all he’d been throughit’s kinda traumatic And he keeps on hoping for a miracleof twisting time and seeing his mother once again The ending was kinda confusingI believed I understood but I think not uite And well the whole book is really confusing if you’ll not try to understand I was researching in the internet and discovered Leet Speakor L337 Those codes that Julian used yes But as the story progressed you’ll notice he’s no longer using the codes which means he’s no longer afraid Thanks to his English teacher who was very understandingand this girl in class Speaking of this girl in classshe’s also weird I forgot her name sorry but well she’s one important character in the story I could relate to her and Juliantalking about weird stuffs together sharing the same angstwanting to escape together They ended up falling in lovebut in such a complicated way You just have to discover the love story if you’re planning to read the book I give this book 4 and a half stars

  10. Charly Troff (ReaderTurnedWriter) Charly Troff (ReaderTurnedWriter) says:

    This book is so beautiful I cried I was fairly young when I read this and it opened my eyes to the world but not in a shocking way My heart goes out to abuse victims and children who come from homes that are not loving The themes in this book are adult but it is worth the heartache to read through to the end

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