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To be honest the start of this book didn't grab me but as I read into it I became immersed in the book and finished quite quickly. It's a good book that will keep you wondering what will happen. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0733608795, Paperback)

When Vaughan Roberts' parents go overseas, he is dumped with his grandmother in an isolated coastal town. Vaughan longs to join the local gang of boys, but before he can, he must complete a frightening initiation - a seemingly impossible swim. Little does Vaughan know he is a pawn in a terrifying ritual&he must fight for his very survival.

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A young boy is dumped with his grandmother in a small fishing village which becomes the home of a fanatical pastor. Themes of loss, courage and triumph over adversity. 9 yrs+.

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