By Chicago Young Adult Fiction/ Examiner.com
…It’s also a great choice for any young adult readers who like action-filled books that once begun can’t be put down.
Written in first person narrative, Luke is a young man who is very likable. He learned his family’s lessons well and stays under the radar of most people at his high school, but he has two good friends – one the lovely Meena with whom he longs to be more than just friends.
It’s a stand-alone book although one wishes it weren’t. Readers will want to know more about Luke and his father, and how Luke’s relationship with Meena ends.
Reviews & CommentsThe Sunday Gazette- Schenectady, NY
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