The Panic Wall
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Gary's problems increase through shyness, his father beats his mother and he's subjected to awful bullying, but all the time there's the possibility of support through the evangelical group of young Christians. He falls in love with one of them, though when that fails it seems like the hardest pain of all to bear. The group helps him deal with the bullying and the bully himself proves to be Gary's final rescuer. It's compelling in its description of Gary's sufferings and offers an optimistic view of how all that can be overcome.