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S the reader along We are also pulled along by the uestion of what xactly happened since he teases us by referring to the day he set the school on fire and the night the police chased down he and his friend Phillip before he actually tells the ventsThis book is not for the faint of heart but it s definitely worth the read uick read memoir Chapters alternate between nate s life leading up to his crime and imprisonment and then his time in prison His childhood will break your heart Some mentions of prison rape mostly nate s fear of it not graphic Also mentions of violence alcohol use guns and sex but again not graphic or gratuitous Good Behavior by Nathan L Henry is a memoir of the authors year he served in prison for armed robbery at the age of 16 while also jumping back to his life leading up to it and what caused him to become what he was when he committed his crime This book is a great memoir and is one of the few non fiction books that has kept me interested and kept me readingHowever this book is not suitable for all ages This book is heavily focused on Henry s childhood which is not a healthy one Topics such as the brutal details of killing woodland animals underage sex and prostitution fighting rapes murder and racism are all but common in this book Henry does not spare any detail talking about the vents that shaped him into the kid who robbed a gas station at gunpoint before getting into a car chase in a car he stole from his parents While these parts are graphic and vulgar they are crucially important to the story at hand and important to us as the reader to get a grasp on the character that is Nathan L HenryHowever the book is not without its flaws One of the biggest flaws that I ve seen the most criticism on is sadly the lack of visible character growth In his time as a prisoner we see him as a racist sexist bloodthirst teen then a calm collected but still prone to anger inmate and then suddenly he s reformed with absolutely no Biblical Standard for Evangelists explanation behind it We re led to believe that his time in prison changed him but aside from the lack of his vulgarity due to his limitations we see no real change He doesn t visibly grownough for us to relate with it As he skips through his time at prison focusing on his time leading up to it he never really Until Again elaboratesnough on his growth for us to realize he s growing Nonetheless the time he spent in prison has though not shown well Jesus Calling enough changed him Aside from this admittedly major flaw I still say that Nathan L Henry s novel Good Behavior was a phenomenal Non Fiction book that kept me reading to the verynd and Ebeles Favourite even coming back for I would heavily recommend it to anyone who seems interested in this book and can tolerate the heavy vulgarity In my opinion if the glaring weakness that this book has was resolved it would be a perfect book in myyes I just finished reading the book a perfect book in my yes I just finished reading the book Behavior by Nathan L Henry for my PIG class This is a memoir about main character Nate Henry who is 16 years old He tells the story in first person about his life in jail from armed robbery and his rough life that led him there Every other chapter is what he s currently doing while very other chapter is a flashback to his rough childhood Nate grew up with his parents
and his brother I think that Nate s father is at fault for his brother I think that Nate s father is at fault for psychotic issues Throughout his flashbacks Nathan describes how his dad got The Quiet Front entertainment out of scaring him when he was 5 saying how people will come kill him in his sleep His dad alsoxpected violence and thought that homicide was humorous Nate s fathers stories gave him psychotic paranoia which turned into fear then anger then frustration Sooner later he got a fetish for weapons just like his dad Nate started imagining himself as Hitler while having thoughts about killing animals kids and bombing the school While also dealing with his crazy father Nate s mother was the only one that worked and they weren t wealthy at all They barely had anything Throughout the story Nate comes in contact and deals with many other guys in prison that have done way worse things than him Dealing with these people Nate realizes how he becomes ashamed and realizes he doesn t want to waste the rest of his life in prison While in prison Nate read a lot of books from the jail s library to make the time go by He ven copied a whole book down so he could. Wn in rural Indiana Nate's personal history is both disturbing and fascinating A rough childhood becomes an adolescence full of half realized violent fantasies that slowly build to the breaking point But these scenes alternate with chapters about Nate's time in jail where thr. Interesting but I didn t feel that Nate
S LIFE CHANGE TO A PRESUMABLYlife change to a presumably abiding ducated well adjusted member of the community was very well Nights of the Round Table explained considering that he was sociopathic until he served his year in prison was the incarceration sufficient to cause him to completely change If so why is there so much recidivismThis book was shelved in the TEEN section at the Marion library I was flabbergasted OMG I hardly think the material presented here is suitable fodder for young minds at least those younger than sixteen or so unless they are unusually mature Nate is one of those people who can t seem to utter a complete sentence without including a four letter word He tortures and dismembers small animals for fun hemploys violence on a whim he sees females as primarily instruments of his own pleasure and he speaks casually of killing people I think he could Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval easily have perpetrated a Columbine style assault on his school since he hatedverything about it xcept possibly art I can imagine how a parent might react upon stumbling across this book in their child s possession If this is the kind of literature being recommended for teenagers nowadays no wonder teens seem to have so many problems becoming well adjusted members of society Pairing and teens seem to have so many problems becoming well adjusted members of society Pairing and I will pair the book Good Behavior by Nathan Henry with the book Monster Both texts depict a young adult male in jail the protagonist in Monster is not guilty of his charge but Henry recalls real life crimes he did commit and his xperience after being tried as an adult Both texts present accurate portrayals that should hopefully deter teens from a delinuent lifestyle1 Book Citation Henry Nathan L Good Behavior New York Bloomsbury 20102 Audience Junior and senior high students who have an interest in crime and violence and recovery Stories such as this often appeal to urban teens but this one may appeal to a wider audience because Henry is from a small town 3 Selection Criteria Good Behavior is a recent text that contains the factual firsthand Aliens Among Us experiences of the author Bloomsbury publishing was founded in Britain and was named Publisher of the Year in 1999 and 2000 they attribute much of their growth to the Harry Potter series The subject matter and language of this book are of interest to high school students and much of it is unfortunately relatable to underprivileged teens The scope of the text is limited to the author s personalxperience but the work presents an important and meaningful perspective Various True Paradise editorial reviews note that the writing is somewhat limited and uneven but the graphic style of writing will appeal to many teens This autobiographical text will fill a gap in the collection by providing an important view of a delinuent lifestyle that will hopefully inspire struggling teens to make good choices and see hope in their futures4 Review Source Chipman Ian Booklist May 1 2010 Vol 106 No175 SOL Connection95105115125The student will read interpret analyze andvaluate nonfiction texts6 Ordering Information Good Behavior Hardcover Nonfiction 2010 272p Bloomsbury 1799 978 1599904719 GOOD BEHAVIOR a memoir by Nate Henry tells the story of his year in jail for armed robbery This was an adult jail but Nate was only sixteen He was no stranger to trouble and in this memoir he alternates chapters among his year in jail the year leading up to his crime and scenes from arlier in his childhood that somewhat xplain how a boy from a one stop light town in rural Indiana finds himself in this predicament It is gritty graphic and often disturbing I found parts of it nearly impossible to read but was drawn through it by the hope that he would find a way out I won t spoil it but let s just say that the jail librarian is instrumentalWhat I took from this book than the story itself was the way in which it was told He maintained a primarily chronological structure in the alternating chapters so although the book jumps back and forth in time the reader always knows where she is because he tells the different stories in a this happened then this happened order Within this framework there were a few flashbacks but the story was carried forward by the passage of time We knew he d Croatie : Cte Adriatique, Dalmatie either get out of jail or be sent to prison We knew he dventually be arrested and go to jail We knew he grew to at least the age of sixteen All of this pull. Jailed at age sixteen for armed robbery Nathan Henry was the kind of teenager most parents and teachers have nightmares about His crime was the culmination of a life lived on the dge guns and drugs sex and violence all set against the ordinary backdrop of a one stop light to.