Black HelicoptersBook - 2013
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The Boy Who Steals Houses This YA novel is heart-breaking and gritty and raw and I loved it. It is a different novel to what I usually read but it had some good reviews so I picked it up. Sammy Lou is fifteen. He has an autistic older brother called Avery whom he loves fiercely above all else. Their mother walked out on them and their dad is drunk, abusive and violent and gets himself… (more)
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Oh. Wow. This book is something else. You have a sense of impending doom reading it, you think you know how it is going to end, but you keep hoping the characters will make different choices. That said - you are still surprised by what happens in the end - even though you knew it would. Wow.
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Black Helicopters are the harbingers of death and destruction for 15 year old Valley and her brother Bo. If they knew their hiding place, Those People, who control the helicopters, would kill them like coyotes, just as they killed her parents. Valley is determined to make the pay, no matter the cost to herself. Using the skills for survival and explosives their father taught them, Valley comes up with a plan to enact vengeance on Those People. By turning herself into an explosive message.
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