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Orca Book Publishers, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 130 pages
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I don't recommend breaking and entering on your first date. Wait until you can really trust them. Bex has explored almost every abandoned building and tunnel in the city. He's into "Urban exploration"-going where he's not supposed to go. Bex has always done it just for fun and bragging rights, taking nothing but pictures and leaving nothing but footprints. But that changes when a new kid arrives at school. Kieran is edgy, dangerous and into urban exploration as well. Together, they start pushing each other to radical extremes. When Kieran pitches a plan that involves taking more than just pictures, Bex has a decision to make. Where will he draw the live, and how far will he follow Kieran?

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User Review  - South Orange Library - Goodreads

Bex is your average teen, gets pretty good grades, has lots of friends, and things are going well with his girlfriend. Bex also has a secret, he's one of the internet's most well know urban explorers ... Read full review

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User Review  - Megan - Goodreads

This story was just okay. I thought I was going to like it more than I did, the beginning and middle were okay, but the ending was just meh. I wouldn't recommend this book. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Sean Rodman is the child of two anthropologists, who gave him a keen eye for observation and a bad case of wanderlust. His interest in writing for teenagers came out of working at schools around the world. In the Snowy Mountains of Australia, he taught ancient history to future Olympic athletes. Closer to home, he worked with students from over 100 countries at a non-profit international school. He currently lives and works in Victoria, British Columbia. For more information, visit

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