Publish date: March 9th 2010
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
Sixteen-Year-Old Jace Witherspoon arrives at the doorstep of his estranged brother Christian with a re-landscaped face (courtesy of his father’s fist), $3.84, and a secret. He tries to move on, going for new friends, a new school, and a new job, but all his changes can’t make him forget what he left...
What an incredible insight into the mind of an abused teen boy and his family dynamics. Didn't put it down.
Jace split and he’s standing at the door at his older brother’s apartment, or he thinks he is. His last name is Witherspoon only there is no Witherspoon’s listed on the column of names, so which button does he push? This address on the envelope along with a bundle of small bills tucked inside, he ...
This is definitely one of the best books I read this year. I noticed it was nominated on the Goodreads 2010 book awards for best teen fiction. I totally agree. Not only was it good in general, but it was a terrific audiobook. Two thumbs up for Joshua Swanson. He was the perfect Jace. The character...
This is a book about heavy duty topics for a YA - mostly revolving around mental relationship abuse, runaway & homeless kids, but also touches drugs, prostitution, the struggle to survive, trying to make room for yourself in your own world, growing, standing on your own feet, finding love, hope, fri...
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