I was a bit hesitant to read this because everyone was complaining about the grammar. But I'm glad that I chose to ignore them.
What I love about this book is how much description she put into the book about the characters, the life, and Rusty James feelings. The characters were so easy for me to love and relate to with them learning about themselves and figuring out what they really want in life.
Iwould give this book a rating of 4 out of five and would recommend this book to other teenage boys. . When I started reading the book I was not sure that I was going to like the book, it seemed to move pretty slow in the beginning. However, as I got into the book it got more interesting and by the end of the book I wanted to keep reading tpo see what happened.Overall I liked the book, even though It is hard to relate to parts of it because I am not living in that type of environment. It really does give you a lot to think about and makes you very thankful that you have a good home, nice things and parents that are there for you and provide for you all the time so that you don't have to fend for yourself. It gives you a sense of the difficulties that these kids that live in this type of environment have to go through and a little insight on why they turn to gangs and fighting because they have nothing else.
this was one of the weirdest books Ive ever read. Of course, if I had taken my time I might have understood it a little better. I guess the overall plot is this:
A kid wants to be like his older brother, the motorcycle Boy. The Motorcycle Boy is always leaving and he is...insane? No...more like...out of it. He lives in his own little bubble, in his own world. The only reason he comes back is to make sure that his brother doesnt end up like him. In the end...well...let's just say the ending is very strange and you have to try to decipher what it really means.