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This review is from: iBoy (Paperback)
iBoy, a far fetched idea of an iPhone's broken fragments in a 16 year old boys brain allowing him to have powers. Where can I get one of these? Brooks writes a truely fantastic story of violence, friendship and identity confusion. The utterly unrealistic idea of iPhone powers is made believable by Brook's style of writing, he details the setting and character preformances very realisticly. The main character Tom is very easy to relate to on many levels including his decisions on using his abilities and the extent of them. I honestly believe this is a book you'll finish in a day because you can't get enough of it. Parents be wary though, this book is not for younger teens with details of rape, murder, gang warfare etc filling the plot.