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Friendship confronts the force of authority in this raw, powerful story.
In A Place to Live, the aspiring filmmaker’s project turns into a compelling protest against authoritarianism that could get him kicked out of school, and expose his surprising feelings for his best friend. A provocative tale that reveals the consequences of standing up for yourself—and for your friends.
“Blondel has captured what it feels like to be living a teen life on the edge of popularity.”
—CM Reviews, 05/10
“… provides … smart, easy-to-read novellas that reflect the true lives of teens while encouraging them to read and think critically about the world around them.”
—Canadian Bookseller, 06/10
”… the series remains a quality addition to collections serving readers who tend to become overwhelmed with lengthy stories.”
“… readers of all age groups will enjoy this pair of quirky, innovative tales, which explore what it really means to fight injustice and overcome it.”
—What If? Canada’s Creative Teen Magazine, 02/11
“The messages of the books are powerful and important, dealing at times with mature themes.”