Current Reading Mood: Urban Fantasy
Quote of the day: “I’d have been dead a long time ago if not for my friends, one of whom had just jumped off the cliff after me.
I’d have been a lot more appreciative if he hadn’t pushed me first." Cassandra Palmer ― Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance

Friday, January 21, 2011

Cover Art: The End of the Line by Angela Cerrito

Release Date: April 1st, 2011


Synopsis:


Gripping and suspenseful, this powerful, no-holds-barred novel by an exciting new talent goes deep inside a young boy’s mind. Thirteen-year-old Robbie is locked in a room with nothing but a desk, a chair, a piece of paper, and a pencil. He’s starving, but all they’ll give him is water. He is sure he’s in a nuthouse or a prison. Actually, he’s at Great Oaks School, aka the End of the Line. Kept in solitary confinement, Robbie must earn points for food, a bed, even bathroom privileges. He must learn to listen carefully, to follow the rules, and to accept and admit the truth: he is a murderer. Robbie’s first-person account of his struggles at the school at times horrifying, at times hilarious alternates with flashbacks to the events that led to his incarceration. Ultimately he must confront the question: which is worse that he wanted to kill his friend Ryan or that he killed him by accident?

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