reader of this book is presented with a slight challenge. The unique feature is
the author uses very few tags; therefore the reader must become acquainted with
the characters. Once the characters are recognized it is easy to determine who
is speaking. The main content of the book however, are the conversations of
high school boys in the locker room shower.
the farm boy who is bused to the city school. His father is a veteran who
fought in the
is the tall good-looking student, who is the leader of Shower Club and is the
originator of the pledge.
the student stud, who is always looking for the next female he can conquer, so
he can carve another notch on his bed post.
the devout Christian student who always takes the conservative side of all
the student basketball player, who becomes Hawk’s best friend.
Matt----is another member of the group who likes to brag about his experiences with the opposite sex. He will agree with anything the liberal group says.
an African American basketball player, also known as a stud in the black
the Latino student who doesn’t like anything about
Watson -----his famous words, “Hurry up and get out of that shower; you don’t
want to be late for your next period class.” He does however, through out his
tenure as a coach, drop a few tidbits of genius insights that he observed along
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