"This smoothed-out and glamorized vision of life on the streets, chronicled in dated, sometimes forced slang tempered by purple prose ('puked a downpour of summer hail'), may appeal to suburban readers, but city-savvy teens will laugh at the fantasy. (Fiction. 14 & up)"
Debut novelist Griffin tries to capture life on the streets of New York but fails to deliver actual grit.
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