- The Boy Who Fell to Earth, by A. Zukowski
The Boy Who Fell to Earth, by A. Zukowski
Sasha confirms what Jay already knows about himself but it doesn’t make it easy for him to come out to his macho mates in a largely black neighbourhood. Sasha has an uphill struggle to stay clean when his past threatens to throw him back into the abyss. Are the two boys strong enough to stay together against all odds?
This title contains material some may find objectionable or trigger-inducing: drug use, child abuse, rape.
All in all, the book was a journey and, though I've already read Liam for Hire, I will be reading it again, and following that up with a first read of Blue Jay. Because, if Zukowski knows how to write anything, it's a story that proves no one is ever truly so broken they can't be fixed.