Can a list save a life?
Xander Maze loves lists, and his grandmother is #1 on his list of People I Love Most in the World. But now that Nanna has stage 4 cancer, can a new list of 100 Remarkable Feats really save her?
Particularly when his list contains difficult things like #2 Make a Friend and #3 Make a Best Friend – plus #10 Kiss a Girl (preferably Ally Collins, the girl of Xander’s dreams).
Funny, moving and with a protagonist you can’t help but fall in love with, 100 Remarkable Feats of Xander Maze is a book about:
- Never accepting the unacceptable
- The power of lists
- One boy’s unconditional love for his nanna
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“This story is about a teenage boy trying to save his nana. To save her, he has to create a list of 100 remarkable feats and complete them. I liked how it showed the inside life of a struggling teenager. I would recommend this book to 11 to 13-year-olds because it can be quite emotional.”