"Sweet and mellow: Mills (and Stock, of course) hits the right degree of fear without having to revert to terror to delineate the importance of Gus's act, and Grandpa is no saint, just a gentleman who understands the notion of patience'something his son is still working on. (Fiction. 6-9)"
Gus and Grandpa (Gus and Grandpa Ride the Train, 1998, etc.) return, this time to tackle that classic coming-of-age moment: when the training wheels come off.
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