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How far would you go to belong? Alone, rejected, and living in a kids' home, 15-year-old Mikey will do whatever it takes - even if it means running for a local drug-dealer. But as violent clashes with a rival gang escalate, loyalties get torn apart, and the cost of belonging spirals, what risks will Mikey be prepared to take? How will he live with the desperate and dangerous decisions he is forced into? And ultimately, can he survive the brutality and betrayal that surround him? A hard-hitting account of the alienation, conflict and power that rule the streets, Watermelon will drag its listeners along at a breakneck pace. Follow Mikey's authentic voice and compelling narrative as he leads you through his story, and right into its fatal, nail-biting conclusion.

©2012 Kate Hanney (P)2016 Kate Hanney

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