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D-Boyz of Dogwood
C.B. Smith
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D-Boyz of Dogwood

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The only thing standing between Kyrie Elias and her skateboarding dreams is one hard-headed skater who seems to take great joy in breaking her stride. But when you go up against a girl who has the desire, the will, and mad skater skills to boot, you ve got a whole world of hurt on urethane wheels ripping for you at full throttle!
Nook, 241 pages
Published August 17th 2010 by M.H. Dartos
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Red Haircrow
Jul 01, 2011 Red Haircrow rated it really liked it
This is the second book I've read by author C.B. Smith who seems to focus on young adult novels.

It's a fast-paced story centered around Kyrie, a skater girl wanting to get in with one of the best teams around, the DBoyz of Dogwood. From mental conversations ranging from sexploration with her skater boyfriend, to whether its possible to "hook up" with an older pro, or finding her "bio-dad", we are inside Kyrie's head, with her likes and dislikes, things that gross her out and others she doesn't
Mar 30, 2011 C.B. rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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May 24, 2011
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Life for CB Smith began in a southern part of the northern hemisphere where the heavy misted skies threatened to strangle him in swamps of crocodile infested feculent. Abandoned at birth by Trotskyite revolutionaries he was picked up by a wild crazy eyed trader and transported to a remote Indian jungle where he was raised by a band of itinerate lion-tailed macaque monkeys trying to write Hamlet ...more
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