Bennett's Book Nook
By: Austin Wilson
One Good Punch
A solution I came up with would've been to not associate with people like Joey and Shelly who would get me in trouble. He wouldn't have been in the situation he was in if he wouldn't have associated with the wrong people.
Down In The Dumps
Face To Face
1. Michael, why did you agree to help Shelly?
Answer: I agreed to help Shelly because she was my friend, but I regret it.
2.How did you feel at the time?
Answer: I felt fine because i didn't know i was going to get caught.
3.Why didn't you rat on joey?
Answer: Because he is my friend and didn't want him to get in trouble.
4.How did you feel about getting expelled?
Answer: I was upset but i knew i had brought it on myself.
5. How upset were you about not running track?
Answer: It hurt me inside because i had been training a lot to run that season.
6. Did you ever think about the consequences before you said yes to Shelly?
Answer: No i was not thinking about them.
7. Would you ever change what happened if you could?
Answer: Most definitely.
8. Were you upset about losing your job?
Answer: Yes and no, I was upset when it happened but I also knew i could fight to get it back.
9. What did you do after you were expelled?
Answer: I went and got a job and went to college where i was able to run track.
10.Is there anything you would tell someone who is in the position and situation when Shelly asked you to get the joints?
Answer: You should say no and walk away.
Book~Wallace, Rich. One Good Punch. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2007. Print.
Wallace, Rich. One Good Punch. Digital image. Goodreads. Goodreads, n.d. Web. 21 Dec. 2015.