“It’s a bad house. Sketchy. They should know better than to go in.” Rich with realistic (inherently crude and humorous) teenage dialogue, this fast-paced thriller reads like a screenplay. The narrative follows four boys through a drug-hazy summer of petty crime, focusing on socially awkward Andy. When an Arroyos brother steals Andy’s bike, the kids’ retaliation instigates an explosion of unexpected consequences. Expertly crafted, the “sketchy house” teases readers on to the final and unforgettable scene.
Interesting story set in 1983. Light read and no real interesting twists.
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