This raw, moving novel follows two teenagers-one, a Mohawk-wearing 17-year-old violent misfit; the other, a gay 13-year-old cast out by his family, hustling on the streets and trying to survive. Acclaimed author Davida Wills Hurwin creates a riveting narrative told in alternating perspectives... read more
“He tries to take my hand but I cross my arms on front of my chest. This isn't like when we were little, before he moved, when we did Indian Guides. We're ten now, I'll be eleven in a couple of months. Boys don't hold hands.”Dougie
discover what it means to forgive someone who’s done such a terrible thing. But really, it’s not about helping the other person; it’s about healing yourself. Until you forgive, that person holdsHighlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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