2017-08-17 03:28:02

Hank: The First Novel of the Gunpowder Trilogy by Arch Montgomery

Hank: The First Novel of the Gunpowder Trilogy by Arch Montgomery

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Meet Hank Collins, an astute, gutsy, and funny 13-year-old who's just finished the seventh grade at a public school in Baltimore's affluent suburbs. But all is not trouble-free for Hank. He must contend with a troubled family, an alien school, and a world otherwise booby-trapped with alluring but perilous possibilities. Hank is a page-turning, contemporary, coming-of-age story of growing up amidst the wreckage of a dangerous and suspenseful summer. From him, we hear the events of his life. We stand by him on the baseball field and at the dinner table of his remarried parents. We walk with him into an epic, appalling, yet believable teenage party. We share with him an astounding encounter with adult weekend warriors. We see not just his confusions and dismays, but his grit, his honesty, and his vulnerability. We like him, and root for him, and care about him. Through a raw, real, and rewarding storyline, recounted with an understated elegance, and dialogue that is witty and captivating, we watch as he manages to evolve into a courageous, undaunted human being.

Author
Arch Montgomery
Publisher
Bancroft Press
Date of release
Pages
192
ISBN
9781890862220
Binding
Hardcover
Illustrations
Format
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC
Rating
5
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