Despite his Mum's insistence, Sam doesn't want to be friends with Davey, he thinks Davey's a first class, grade A, top of the dung heap moron. But one day Davey saves Sam's life and a bond is formed between them. Sam is still embarrassed to be seen with Davey, but little by little he has to admit, when it's just the two of them, Davey is a lot of fun. But then something terrible happens to Davey. . . Told in verse, in first person, this is the touching story of an extraordinary friendship, that changes two boys lives for ever. An uplifting tale that truly sings out.
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Wow! What a poignant book about school yard bullying, vindictiveness and self awareness. Enjoyed the fact that it was written from the bully's perspective and how their behaviour affects others. I can ... Read full review
It's the best book I've ever read. Extremely touching and perfectly written by Malorie Blackman.