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The Road of the Dead by Kevin Brooks
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Jul 13, 2009

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bookshelves: young-adult-kids

You don't run into literature told from the view of gypsies very often, giving this book an interesting twist.

When the narrator and his brother, two half-gypsies living in London, set out to find their missing sister, the prospects are bleak. The younger brother has visions. The older brother is a fighter.

Thanks to a vision, they know their older sister is dead.

They go to a small town that is under the thumb of some criminals and thanks to the help of more gypsies, piece the mystery together. Look, when the younger boy has visions the boy is invincible, can the outcome be anything but victory?


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