Right Behind You by Gail Giles
Gail Giles' latest is good. Maybe not as compelling as Shattering Glass or Dead Girls Don't Write Letters, but still it is a thought provoking book. When Kip McFarland was 9, he set his 7-year neighbor on fire, using gasoline and a lighter. This is Kip's story as he grows up trying to deal with his heinous act. I don't want to give too much of the story away, but I will give this title a YAY and hope to hear how others feel about it.