Friday, January 13

Book Review: Dodgers

Dodgers by Bill Beverly // What drew me to this book was the list of awards its collected. Normally, I wouldn't reach for a book about LA gang members traveling the country in search of a witness they've been ordered to murder. Doesn't seem like my kind of book...although, it IS a suspense story line, so that's a lot more my style than a romance book would be.

The main character of this book is a boy named East. He grew up in LA, drafted into a gang by his uncle. Within the first twenty-five pages of the book, East is off to start his journey to Wisconsin with other teenagers. He's never traveled outside of "The Boxes," a neighborhood in LA, and the journey stuns and changes him. Despite the crimes they commit, they are strangely likable characters.

The writing style was unique, and I can certainly understand why it won so many awards. Please note that this isn't a Christian novel.

Disclaimer: This book was provided to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review. All the opinions expressed are completely my own. Also, affiliate links used. This means that if you purchase a book via the Amazon links, I'll receive a small percentage. Thank you for supporting my blog!

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