"Still, Dain's personal metamorphosis rings true, his various dilemmas are human and understandable, and readers should be squarely in his corner as he learns to fight for the things that are important and let go of the things that aren't. (Fiction. 12 )"
A 16-year-old boy struggles with the thorny issues of pride, familial loyalty, and personal autonomy in Howland's debut, a richly atmospheric coming-of-age story.
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