Tod Munn is a school bully. After, he and three friends are caught doing something which could've landed him in juvie hall, Tod is given daily after school detention. He must keep a journal, the only other person in the room is Mrs. Woodrow, the guidance counselor.
Tod's voice is very realistic and funny.
"With lifetime penmanship detention, I don't have to come home and give my mom's husband new reasons why I still haven't gotten an after-school job. It wouldn't matter. It's not like they're suddenly going to cut off my supply of macaroni and chese and instant mashed."
I have Elizabeth Blumele to thank for putting Scrawl on my radar. I loved Tod Munn. He's one of my favorite male protagonist of 2010.
I didn't do this book justice. So please check out the excerpt