New Fiction Title Comes from the Heart of Secondary School Wasteland
Britain’s teenagers have registered their anger and vitriol, they rioted. Rūta enters the debate about whether teenagers are becoming increasingly anti social. Kit Masters has experienced the amoral, inconsiderate and unkind element of the emerging generation first hand.
“I did not leave England I ran, fled in terror to Portugal which is how England once was, good mannered children and people who show respect.” Phil Allsop (Advance Reviewer)
Rūtaexposes the social infection which is multiplying in our schools. It traces an all too common pattern in schools; an enthusiastic young teacher’s decline into nervosa as war breaks out in the classroom.
“Having toyed with the idea of teaching you have certainly opened my eyes.” Jayne (Authonomy.com comment)
The book tells a compelling tragic arc, an allegory of the lives of those who teach and learn in failing institutions.
“... a snapshot of society in general the kids represent British people.
This is a powerful and original book. One that I think could change many opinions.” Jayne Olorunda
Kit Masters grew up in middle England, and went to a middle school. He never knew what to do with himself. As a student he wrote, painted, designed and did science. His degree is in Architecture. As an adult he still doesn’t know what to do with himself. He has never chosen one discipline in the Arts and he has found himself teaching Physics. His writing reflects his varied life and varied interests.
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