Freeible Fridays #4

Hey Everyone,

As you know, I have been trying this new thing for me where I tell you about a book I loved and share a free ebook link to that book if possible.

Why I picked this book?

I picked this novel because although it isn’t targeted at my age group, I appreciated the topics discussed because being older helped me read between the lines and makes me do some thinking. I really liked Dylan because no matter how unjust life was to him, he still tried to do what was right. I love art was compared to Dylan’s life.

First Lines:

A security guard leans against the open door of the corner shop. Resting my bike against the lamp post, the light flickers above; the bulb’s about to blow. Still visible in the shop window are the photos of me and Dad beneath the
“You grab, I’ll watch,” I whisper to Dad.
He stops and lights a ciggie. His hands shake – the first sign his tank is on E. It’s more than Dad’s freaking turn.
“For shit’s sake, boy, already told ya. You grab, I’ll watch.” He’s never been one to take turns. It’s the same cussing from Dad, every time.

Goodreads Blurb:

Seventeen-year-old Dylan Marshall is practically invisible.

No-one knows he is homeless and caring for his alcoholic father – and no-one knows he’s the infamous street artist ‘Xavier’, whose portraits are painted all over town.

Dylan’s only glimmer of hope is the chance to win a place in his dream art school. It’s his one chance to escape, and his last chance at a life away from the streets.

But Dylan didn’t count on Libby Green.

When the overachieving do-gooder catches him graffitiing, Dylan is sure his art school dreams are over. Instead, Libby offers him a bargain – help her with an art project, in exchange for her silence.

Libby Green is not what Dylan expected. And the longer they spend together, the harder it is to guard the truth of his life.

Dylan never expected to have another secret: the girl who could ruin everything makes his soul beam every colour imaginable.

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