I’m really lucky to be able to take part today in the Aussie and Kiwi Young Adult Bloggers Book Blitz for Boy Who Steals Houses which was released Internationally on April 9th. I just Happened to receive my copy today and I just want to read it now despite my April TBR plans.
Can two broken boys find their perfect home?
Sam is only fifteen but he and his autistic older brother, Avery, have been abandoned by every relative he’s ever known. Now Sam’s trying to build a new life for them. He survives by breaking into empty houses when their owners are away, until one day he’s caught out when a family returns home. To his amazement this large, chaotic family takes him under their wing – each teenager assuming Sam is a friend of another sibling. Sam finds himself inextricably caught up in their life, and falling for the beautiful Moxie.
But Sam has a secret, and his past is about to catch up with him.
About The Author
C.G. Drews lives in Australia with her dog, a piano, and the goal of reading every book in existence. Consequently, her brain has overflowed with words and she spends her days writing novel after novel. She blogs at Paper Fury, never sleeps and believes in cake for breakfast.
Needless to say, I am super excited to read this book as it sounds heartbreaking and riveting, I’m always keen on stories like this. It reminds me of Punk Brewster which was a formative childhood favourite, so I’m totally keen! If you want to find out more about the book or C.G Drews other works you can find her at the links below.
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The Boy Who Steals Houses came out April 9th and you can get it in Australia and New Zealand at Angus and Robinson, Booktopia, Amazon Australia, Fishpond , Mighty Ape, Whitcoulls or anywhere else you shop for books.
Does the book interest you as well? Well here’s your chance to get a signed and annotated copy of The Boy Who Steals Houses by C. G. Drews and an official art print.a Rafflecopter giveaway
*This giveaway is organised by Aussie YA Bloggers Association and Lost In Literature has no say or control in who the book goes to.