Clay is committed to cleaning up his act. He's at Daytop, a drug treatment facility, working towards getting his GED and kicking his drug habit. Then one day his estranged cousin, Addison, shows up at the program. Addison's a bigger, bolder version of Clay: he's older, he's into harder drugs, and he's in more trouble.That trouble comes to a head one tragic night on a rooftop when Addison is shot by the police as Clay stands just a few steps away. Addison wasn't armed. He didn't deserve to die. But was he completely innocent? And what will prove more difficult for ClayŚliving a lie, or facing the truth?
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Review: RooftopUser Review - BA Wilson - Goodreads
At first you think this is a story about a tragic death. Underneath that, you realize that this book discusses the politics of crime and the legal system. It is a good story with some heavy topics, but it is pretty easy to read. Read full review
Review: RooftopUser Review - Trixie - Goodreads
Quick read! Fast-paced, great for reluctant readers. Very relevant to current events related to use of force by police. Read full review