Written in the narrative of a 5 year child this book takes you on an emotionally compelling, disturbing and suspenseful journey. Despite being a little hard to read from the a child's point of view you won't be able to put it down!
Well written, great read. The characters are so real and if you've ever had a child in Little League or any competitive sport, you'll feel as if you've shared the bleachers with many of them in this beautifully crafted tale. It'll make you chuckle and it'll make you get a little teary-eyed from time to time. Above all you'll be glad you took the time to read this great little story.
Any book-lover will tell you that one of the best feelings around is opening a book, reading the first line, and knowing immediately that you're going to get lost in it. Cancel your plans, stay-home-reading kind of books are pretty hard to come by wh
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