Fiction Project "Perfect Season"
By: Tim Green Published: 2013 Genre: Realistic Fiction
Troy also had a great passion for football, and so did a lot of the friends he met in New Jersey. Troy and his coach Seth who came all the way up from Atlanta wanted to have a team with a perfect season. They played on a team who had not won a game in a very long time. Most people wanted the Program sold for money, but Troy and Seth were not willing to let that happen. Troy and Seth along with Chuku and other teammates were going to turn a team who had never won a game into champions.
Troy and his team were threatened to be closed and forced out of the championship, but Seth and Troy were not willing to give the season up just yet. Troy went for his dad, who had said that if Troy ever needed anything he would be there. No matter what happened Troy's dad was glad he got to help Troy. Meanwhile, in one of the games Troy was hit, and he lost his "power". That caused problems with the Jets and his contract, so then Troy was surrounded in troubles. His family was there though, and they pulled him through all of it. This has to be one of the books I would recommend to read.
There were also people who cased the protagonist trouble. The main antagonist was Troy's dad. Troy's dad was irresponsible. The reason he was irresponsible is because when Troy got a multi-million dollar contract for football, his dad spent his money. Another reason is when Troy was born, he would rarely take care of him, and he always got in to trouble. Finally, Troy's dad is irresponsible because when he told Troy that if he ever needed him, he could help, but when Troy needed him he was not there for him, because he was too irresponsible to keep himself on track and focus on Troy. These are are reasons Troy's dad is irresponsible.
Point of View
- Tate's dad had been badly injured. Internal, because she had to pull herself through the tragedy, and tell herself everything will be OK.
- Troy and his family were being sued. External, because Troy had to testify against it.
- Troy would have to complete a hard test to play up one league. External, because Troy had to make himself go through the hard work, and pass the test.
- Troy was a touchdown away from winning the championship game, and they had only one play left. External and internal, because Troy would have to make a good pass, while still having confidence in himself that he would be able to do it.