His whole life, eighth grader Drew Ellis has heard his grandmother saying, “You have to work twice as hard to be just as good.” Drew goes to Riverdale Academy, a privileged school, but isn’t privileged. So he’s been thinking: if he works even harder than expected, will he even have the same opportunities as some of his privileged classmates? After he and his friend Jordan find out that their friend Liam is rich, Drew starts to wonder if Liam might be one of those privileged kids at school. This causes the friends to slightly drift apart, and even Jordan can’t pull the group back together.
I love this book. It’s as good as the first one. I like how the chapters are based on graphic novel titles instead of books for adults like in the first book. I also think that the author has a very cool and realistic drawing style. My favorite character is Jordan because he’s the most like me. Highly recommended to all different people. I can’t wait for another book in the series.
|Page Count||256 pages|
|Publisher||Quill Tree Books|
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|Category||Sequential Art - Kids|