Books by Terry Davis

IF ROCK AND ROLL WERE A MACHINE by Terry Davis
FICTION
Released: Nov. 1, 1992

"Fully fleshed males of all ages walk these pages, mirroring the best specimens of the gender in real life—an unusually appealing gallery of characters for a YA novel. (Fiction. 12+)"
Bert Bowden's odyssey through junior year takes readers on some astonishing routes: he's a poet who craves a Harley-Davidson (see title); a wry young man who, assigned to write about the worst thing that ever happened to him, reaches back to fifth grade, when his intelligence aroused the malice of a small-minded teacher (a withering characterization; years later, Bert gets a fairy-tale opportunity to one-up the man in a racquetball game). Read full book review >