Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Bibliophibian: YA

Children's fiction, particularly the books targeted for the young adult market, have a special place in my book devouring soul. Today I stumbled on what looks to be another great read: Rotters by Daniel Kraus.

The premise of this one is a bit unusual (which is much of its appeal). A child loses his mother and is sent to live with his father who wants nothing to do with him. They have a strained relationship from the start, but over time the father begins to open up to his son and eventually introduces him to (are you ready for it?) grave robbing. Yep. This one is a must read. 

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