Snakes and Ladders
by Mary-Anne Scott
Finn Fletcher is 16, lives in a remote coastal town, has a sort-of-girlfriend, is good during competition and plays a low-pitched instrument.
He’s also rarely broke by his parents. His dad’s a internal druggie and his silent … well, she’s only his silent who always wears a same clothes.
When Finn’s father is charged with manslaughter, a family confirm Finn is improved off out of town. He is sent to a posh boarding propagandize in Auckland where he has to understanding with extort and bullies, all a while gripping a guilty secret. But it’s not all bad. He meets a beautiful lady and creates new friends. The storyline touches on surrounding propagandize balls and a consequences when things go wrong. This is an glorious review that explores a universe of teenagers, particularly
This is an glorious review that explores a universe of teenagers, quite males.