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You're Next by Gregg Hurwitz
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May 31, 2011

really liked it

At the age of four, Mike Wingate was abandoned and left to grow up in the foster care system not knowing who he really is. He grows up, a troubled youth, whose only true family is another boy Shep. Mike wants to have a normal life, while Shep becomes a career criminal. After an incident with wrong pipe being installed at a housing project Mike is working on, and being harassed in a parking lot, Mike’s past comes back to haunt him. Who were his parents and why are these people after him. Not being able to turn to the police, Mike asks Shep to help him and the battle begins.

Although, there were many questions as this story unfolded, it is action packed and thrilling. Greg Hurwitz’s story kept my enthralled and I never expected an ending as such. He shows what love of family can do to not one person but many, whether is for good or evil. This one should be on your summer reading list.

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