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I was intrigued by the title and decided to try this debut novel. For YA readers I think this novel would be a great read. It covers bullying, family ties, ideas of integrity and ethics, that most teenagers will come across at some point in their lives. Set in the Glasgow region of Scotland and written form the point of view of a seventeen year old lad, who is struggling to find a comfortable place in society. It highlights the tough and hard existence of some of the poorer families and the camaraderie and friendships that can develop as well as peer pressure from some unsavoury quarters. Is being a coward different from being scared? I would definitely promote this book in the young adult section as a good read. Any Scottish or Glaswegian readers will get a thrill out of this book as the author obviously knows the area and has used local places to set the scene. ( )
  allysonrabbott | Jul 24, 2015 |
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