Rafe Khatchadorian was a student who had attended Hills Village Middle School. He was more known as the criminal of Hills Village Middle School. He got kicked out of the school and went to a private school called Airbrook Arts. After Airbrook Arts closed for good Rafe had nowhere to go other than HVMS. The principal said that to get admission he had to do “a program.” It sounded like another school at first, but it turned out to be the greatest adventure in Rafe’s life.
I liked the way the author elaborated Rafe’s events at the program. He used numerous humor techniques that made the story very interesting and funny. Every twist that was added to the book made the book more exciting and suspenseful at the same time. What I didn’t like about the book was that it didn’t start off with a good introduction. The author lost me in some parts of the introduction.
The most memorable part of the book was when Rafe and all the other kids in his raft lost their paddle in the rapids. Another memorable part was when everyone jumped into the river they screamed at the same time.
Reviewed byArijit, grade 7, Twin Hickory Area Library