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Middle School The Worst Years of My Life It's Rafe Khatchadorian's first day at Hills Village Middle School and it's shaping up to be the worst year ever He has enough problems at home without throwing his first year of middle school into the mix but luckily he's got an ace plan for the best year ever if only he can pull it off With his best friend Leonardo the Silent awarding him points Rafe tries to break every rule in his school's oppressive Code of Conduct Chewing gum in class 5000 points Running in the hallway 10000 points Pulling the fire alarm 50000 pointsBut not everyone thinks Rafe's plan is a good idea especially not the teachers parents and bullies who keep getting in his way Will Rafe decide that winning is the only thing that matters Are things about to go from magic to tragic Find out in this hilarious and heartwarming #1 New York Times bestselling hit Includes a FREE POSTER a teaser to the upcoming I Funny and over 100 illustrations

10 thoughts on “Middle School The Worst Years of My Life

  1. Sara Sara says:

    Okay I'm a librarian but I think this book tried too hard I just never believed in the main character or the situations And even though it tries to be funny it's not funny The drawings will appeal to kids and I did like the surprise about Leo at the end but overall I was a little bored Also pulling a fire alarm is a serious offense in schools and gets kids caught up in the criminal justice system Not very funny

  2. Louise Wilson Louise Wilson says:

    Rafe Katchadorian is in 6th grade He has an imaginary friend called Leo who tells him he should do something cool He should break all the rules I uite liked this funny story about a boy who's imagination is bigger than he isI would like to thank NetGalley Random House Uk Cornerstone and the author James Patterson for my ARC in exchange for an honest review

  3. Amber Amber says:

    Rafe Katchadorian is now in the 6th grade and his imaginary friend Leo tells him that he should do something cool that would make his whole year He should break the rules Rafe agrees and creates Operation RAFE Will he succeed or will everything he does all go up in flames? Read this and find out for yourselfThis was a pretty good audiobook and the first book I've checked out by James Patterson If you enjoy middle school stories def check this out It is available at your local library and wherever books are sold

  4. Kristen Kristen says:

    A funny engaging book I read this with my 7th graders every year because they seem to really be able to identity with the narrator There are so many fun activities to do with this book so teachers and librarians take note

  5. Donna Donna says:

    Rafe and his best friend Leo the Silent decide to make middle school interesting by breaking every rule in the Code of Conduct handbook They have a very elaborate system for scoring points losing points and even losing lives of which you are only allowed three before you fail They call this OPERATION R A F E It is a funny at times yet serious book about bullying first love friendships and much much The art work portrayed in the book is uite good and adds humor to the overall story I uite enjoyed reading this James Patterson book and will be checking out of his work in this series

  6. Samantha Samantha says:

    Have you ever picked something up just because you've been told the author is amazing and then after you start readinglistening to it begin to wonder if the world is crazy or if you just have no taste? That is what happened to me when I first started listening to this middle schooler geared audiobook Patterson is supposed to be a genius So many people in my town rave about how amazing his stuff is So what's wrong with me? Why can't I get into his stuff?I knew I was in trouble when the intro music an annoying electric guitar piece continued even after the narrator started the story which made it difficult to focus on the words The reader's voice Bryan Kennedy was beyond annoying but I'll say about that in a minuteI picked this book up because I have 2 middle schoolers; my oldest son who now loves to read has been stuck in the high fantasymiddle ages genre I was hoping this story would be suitable for him to read to get him out of the reading rut I'm not sure if this book is actually in print or if it is only in audio format I'm guessing the latter as the main character references the fact that he is talking to me his listener through his story on an audiobook a device I found uite annoying personally but it doesn't matter I won't be getting this book out for him It wasn't anything like what I expectedWhat did I expect? Well this is a James Patterson story so I expected super short chapters Score one for me One chapter was only 1 sentence long I also expected some cheesy cliche laden scenes and dialogue Two for two go Samantha What I didn't expect was just HOW cheesy and cliched this story would be I absolutely HATED the plot The main character is annoying Just about all the characters are annoying Maybe it was the reader's voice that made them that way but I have a feeling it was just the way the characters were writtenI think there are a few points I should make to explain why I feel this story is so bad1 The story is about a boy who is bored in school and decides to play a game he created to make school fun The game is to break every rule in the rule book I know it's a work of fiction meant to entertain our youth but could you send a worse message? Yeah you could but this one was bad enough And the ending made it even worse2 The game the boy creates Operation RAFE is ridiculous My 6th grade son started listening to this book with me and he looked at me and said Is this for writer for real? Does he actually think a sixth grader would be like that? The kid seems like a third or fourth grader to me My 6th grade daughter chimed in her agreeance I just about fell over at that My daughter AGREED with her brother And what they agreed on was that this book was ridiculous She opted not to listen to it any after disc 1 and asked me to turn it off when she was in the car with me This from the book's target audience guys3 More about the gamethe point system ????? Really? And the rewards for a million points? are absurd To be honest I can't even remember them as they were only mentioned once and were so off the wall over the top insane it's just crazy At this point even my third grader was scratching his head trying to understand the point system and just what the point was for earning the points4 The reader's voice Oh the reader's voice Grating Annoying I could say unpleasant things but I'll leave it at that My first grader said the voice reminded him of Shaggy from Scooby Doo I disagree with that but found it an interesting comparison5 If you look past the idiotic game plot and were able to suffer through the sound you come to my next big issuethe ending Okay so the kid is a delinuent who is failing out of school getting into fights and trying to break rules So what should we do with a kid like that? Let's REWARD him with art school Sure he gets a punishment of getting expelled and has to complete sixth grade in his mother's diner but he gets a huge reward with minimal punishment The supposed authorities let a family tragedy which happened nearly a decade before excuse the kid's behavior and bad choices I just feel this is giving a really bad message to our kids Do whatever you want and no matter how badillegal your choices are everything will work outI wasn't the biggest James Patterson fan to begin with but after this story I'm even less of a fan I listened to his Witches Wizards story The One Who Is The One my hubby and I still joke about that and read a couple of his adult books but am just not impressed I think this may be the last JP book I pick up

  7. Luke_C1 Luke_C1 says:

    The snowball effect of lies is strong theme in this book Rafe Khatchadorian a middle schooler who is trying break every possible rule applied at school is caught in his own web of lies First he lied to his mom then he lied to his vice principal He then he had to lie to cover up another lie Then lie again to cover up the previous lies I predict that soon all these lies will get curled up into one huge messy and unpredictable ball of lies

  8. Sana Sana says:

    What an inaccurate representation on Middle School years but a fun read anyways

  9. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    Overall Blah I picked this up thinking that my 11 year old would think this was amusing since she's going into middle school next year Turns out this book is anything BUT amusing It's about a kid who decides to break all the rules as a part of a game Dumb Plus I ended up worrying about the mom far than Rafe who I just wanted to fix In the end Rafe is punished for his ongoing behavior and graffittiing but then rewarded for his creative gifts by sending him to art school Seriously And don't get me started about how the book unnecessarily uses a non character Leo and misses a very important character; his sister The boyfriend only plays the role of a source for Rafe's and is completely undeveloped The only good thing about it is that like Diary of a Wimpy Kid books it heavily relies upon cartoon graphics but this is nothing new in YA lit I'm somewhat glad we kept reading this and didn't give up halfway thru which we were close to doing but the paper used in this book was a waste of a beautiful tree Sheesh Mr Patterson stick to books for adults

  10. Austin Austin says:

    Have you ever wanted to break every rule in the book in middle school? The book Middle School the Worst years of My Life is a great book that takes you through the twist and turns in the life of Rafe and his plan to make it through sixth grade Rafe is challenged by his friend Leo to break every rule in his school’s code of conduct Along the way he has to fight dragons try not to look like a loser in front of his crush Jeanne and fight the bully that has been out for him all year The game may be than Rafe expected as he has to face the truth about his lifeJames Paterson usually writes mystery or fantasy books but this book is a realistic fiction book written for kids in middle school This is a great book for anyone going through middle school and I could really relate to Rafe One of the best parts of the book is the illustrations because they help tell Rafe’s story through pictures This is a good book to read on Kindle which is how I read it You can find out information at wwwmiddleschoolbookcom

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