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Blade Morrison never wanted to live up to his dad's rockstar bad boy ways. It is because of his dad's rep that he has to sneak around to be with his girlfriend. It is because of that rep that he spend most of his life under a magnifying glass. After his senior year he finds out about a family secret that makes him question his whole life.
This was such a well done coming of age story about family, personal identity, addiction and fame all written in prose.
Blade is struggling to find his place not only within his family but in the world in general. He loves writing music but he wants to leave the L.A. life behind.
When he finds out the family secret he decides to go across the world to get more answers. When he arrives in Africa, he begins to realize just how privilege of a life he has lived.
This was such an over the top story but I absolutely devoured it. It was such an entertaining read. I highly recommend it.
I give this book a B.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.