ePUB Shifty By Lynn E. Hazen – Intimatenights.co.uk

Shifty Fifteenyearold Shifty knows all about moving around and next to nothing about where he came from When he's assigned to a new foster home and family, he tries hard to keep cool and stay out of trouble But it seems like the he tries to do the right thing, the trouble he finds As Shifty navigates a series of messy summer adventures, he struggles to find a balance between the streetwise spirit that has helped him survive and his longing for a place to call home Lynne E Hazen has created a fastpaced, pageturning plot full of surprises and warmth  

10 thoughts on “Shifty

  1. Kathi Kathi says:

    Soli can't seem to avoid trouble, but he also has a knack for getting himself out of tight situations, thus his nickname, Shifty. Lynn Hazen has given us an authentic, true-blue, but less than perfect hero. She has also given us a cle

  2. Devan Cruse Devan Cruse says:

    Vicki A Schneider
    October, 7, 2016
    English 10 - 7th
    Lynn enjoys meeting students, teachers, and librarians. Lynn creates and leads writing workshops and author presentat

  3. Maria Maria says:

    I read a very early version of this book, and I fell head over heels in love with it. Hazen's descriptions of Soli's experience as a fosterkid, of San Francisco's neighborhoods, of the relationships Soli has with his foster sister and fos

  4. Sharry Sharry says:

    What a treat! Full of twists and turns and delicious complications, this YA novel features one of the most appealing 'reluctant heroes' I've met in a long time. Despite his somewhat shifty nature, Soli is a soulful kid who's learning to rec

  5. Ellen Yeomans Ellen Yeomans says:

    Love, love, love SHIFTY! The voice sounds authentic, the story is first-rate and the charactors--main and minor--are well developed and intriguing. The best YA I've read this year!

  6. Hayley Hayley says:

    This is real page turner! Shifty has been in and out of foster homes and is always getting into trouble even though, he has good intentions. I strongly recommend this book. I couldn't put it down!

  7. Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* says:

    Hazen, Lynn E. Shifty, 188 p. (approx.). Tricycle Press, September 2008.

    Shifty has moved to a new foster home complete with a little sister and baby brother. For all the best reasons, Shifty is constantly breaking the rules and putti

  8. Samu Samu says:

    Something about this story just breaks my heart -and heals it at the same time. Soli, Sissy, Chance and Martha make up a family that is messy and all kinds of complicated but most of all, a family. There's room for mistakes in this family too. Best

  9. Jennifer Wardrip Jennifer Wardrip says:

    Reviewed by Amber Gibson for TeensReadToo.com

    Abandoned on a Greyhound bus just days after he was born, Soli has a lot working against him. Luckily, this plucky 15-year-old seems to have found a real home at long last.


  10. Donura Donura says:

    RATING: 4.5 out of 5

    Shifty is the kind of kid that I have always admired, gutsy out of necessity, but a kind soft heart just looking for a place to call home. And given a chance and a little extra room, he will most of the time make the ri

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