The First Stone Essay

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By: Mohammad A The First Stone “The First Stone” is written by Don Aker and this book is based on two teenagers who have suffered very painful past. They both have lost one of their loved ones in their past. The main character is Reef’s whose parents and grandparents die when he was young. He was left to many foster homes because of his past. He got anger issues since his parents and grandparents died. He made very inappropriate decision that leads him to court and then to North Hills. Now he has to respect other and follows the rules in order to stay away from jail. I believe Reef could have changed his past. By his action, behavior and language but since he didn’t help himself, he now has to face his …show more content…
He now has manner listening to people and talking to people nicely, and he also helps out people at the rehab and hospital for his punishments.

In conclusion, Reef had many decisions to make his future a better life but he definitely didn’t choose the right choices which lead him to many difficulties like going to court for his horrible mistakes. He could have been a better person if he taken the right choice but I think he deserves to live the way everyone lives. He should have not mess with people when they came to take their pit down. Also by not yelling t his grandparents and being a horrible kid to them. Last thing is that he should have manner but its his fault to what happened to him in the past. Therefore, these things he could have done to change the past. From my view the author maybe could have changed the ending because I thought the ending would have ended differently. From reading my essay, do you think the author could have changed the ending to make it more interesting? Do you think that Reef could change himself in the