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IR Book Review

The Photo Traveler

By Arthur J. Gonzalez

IR Rating



IR Rating

IR Verdict: Arthur J. Gonzalez is an entertaining storyteller. There is never a dull moment in his story, and the characters are for the most part multi-faceted.

Book Reviews, eBooks, Fiction, IR Approved, Young Adult  •  Apr 02, 2013

Gavin Hillstone is seventeen and eager to leave his dysfunctional home. His birth parents died in a house fire when he was very young, and a few years later his adopted mother was killed in front of Gavin in an armed robbery.

Gavin’s adopted father is a big drinker with emotionally and physically abusive tendencies. One day Gavin learns that his grandparents are still alive and living on the east coast. He runs away from home and takes a bus from his home in Nevada to Washington, DC.

Gavin’s bus trip is interrupted by a strange encounter with a young woman and man who seem to have it in for Gavin. But he makes

IR received this book free from the author who paid for the review. The remuneration in no way affected IR’s feedback on the work.

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