By Neil Smith
Boo is the hugely expected debut novel from essentially the most incomparable voices in Canadian literature: Bang Crunch writer Neil Smith.
Oliver Dalrymple, nicknamed "Boo" as a result of his faded complexion and staticky hair, is an outcast at his Illinois center school--more attracted to biology and chemistry than the friendship of different little ones. yet after a sad twist of fate, Boo wakes as much as locate himself in a truly unusual kind of heaven: a city populated simply by means of 13-year-old american citizens. whereas he desperately desires to follow the clinical option to learn how this heaven works (broken glass grows again; flashlights glow with no batteries; rubbish chutes plummet to nowhere), he's faced via the best secret of all--his friends. With the aid of his classmate Johnny, who used to be killed even as, Boo starts off to determine what precisely occurred to them (and who they honestly have been again in the United States) via this tale approximately growing to be up, staying younger and the endless heartbreak of being thirteen.
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