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Part 2 Billy Leaves Home.

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Part 2 Billy Leaves Home Billy found it hard getting along at home or even at school, at school he didn't hang out with anyone, he didn't have any friends. He got into a fight with McDowel, one of his brothers friends. Were as at home he doesn't get along with his brother and doesn't have a good relationship with his mother, she was always going out and had no concern for him, Jud was mean and a bully and always picked on Billy. Billy had no one to look up to for some support. After Jud killed Billy's bird, he couldn't handle any more in his life. One afternoon when Billy finished school he went into the formers land for a walk feeling down and unhappy and thought to him self. Later that afternoon he went home, his mom was ironing her clothes for going out that night and Jud was sleeping after coming home early from work as he went out the night before. While Billy was waiting for his mom to go out he read his book. ...read more.

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Billy knew he didn't have much money to live on so he continued to deliver papers and the pay from delivering papers was all he had and ever now and then he stole sweats, chocolates and drink. Billy's mom came home day after day thinking that Billy was out playing with mates and didn't think to see why he wasn't coming home. One day Billy heard people walking through the forest it was Jud and McDowel Billy immediately had butterflies in his stomach, he lay flat down on the ground but McDowel spotted him although he didn't say anything. As they walked past and were out of sight Billy sighed of relief. Later that day McDowel came back and wanted to have a fight with Billy, Billy had enough of people bullying and teasing him, so Billy decided to stand up for him self. Billy heard someone coming it was McDowel his stomach filled with fear and started to panic, he decided to climb a tree to hide from McDowel, McDowel slowly walking, looking out for Billy but the dry dead leaves just crunched under his feet every step he took. ...read more.

Conclusion

That night Billy's mom was so drunk walking home she fell against a shop window and set the alarm off, she was put under arrest and stayed over night in a cell. Billy that night was walking along the street alone and was attacked by three people. Early that morning he was found and went straight to the hospital were he was being treated, Billy's mom returned home that morning from the police with a warning, she knew nothing about Billy incident. A doctor took Billy home that afternoon with no serious injuries although a few bruises, the doctor walked in the house with Billy, Billy's mom came through and saw Billy's face and gave him a hug. The doctor from what Billy had told him realised that Billy was not getting enough care and support from his mother; he told Billy's mother what happened to him. The next few days she thought about everything and spoke to her children if they wanted to move away and start fresh they all agreed to move on, although they didn't find out who attacked Billy that night. Gavin Bailey ...read more.

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