Enoch Morales's summer gets off to a fantastico start, but as Enoch says, "Just when you think you have it made. It's like, got ya." The summer has barely started when a terrible event upsets Enoch's world. He must either accept the help of family and friends or sink deeper into his own sadness. In this warm and perceptive first novel, love tries its best to triumph in difficult conditions as a high-spirited boy grows up quickly.
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Review: Poe ParkUser Review - Jennifer Ramirez - Goodreads
I enjoyed reading this book because it kept me hooked and I didn't want to put it down until I finished it. I liked how the author used good description on how Enoch felt about his friends death. I ... Read full review
Review: Poe ParkUser Review - Lisa - Goodreads
This book is pretty depressing. Kids have gang ties and guns kill. It will probably get passed up to the middle school level. Read full review