Pensive, brooding, hopeful
by Druid on April 3, 2007Broodingly and sympathetically written without losing its sense of humour. Throughout the book you could not help but wait for Jason to realise his own, and when he does, you fight the urge to shout 'Huzzah' . Should become required reading in all classrooms. It gives a good, long look at oneself.
Not only a coming of age for boys but certainly for any gender, at any age.
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