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Those things didn't matter to Jesse's mom. She left his father, a professional wrestler, ...
Those things didn't matter to Jesse's mom. She left his father, a professional wrestler, because of his demanding career. But it's through his dad that Jesse meets TJ Masters, a brash, new wrestling talent who's over 21, drives a fast car and is more than willing to show Jesse a good time. And unlike his dad, TJ makes Jesse feel tough and confident; he even offers to help Jesse bulk up. But will Jesse listen to his family and friends when they warn him about hanging out with someone who's often reckless and irresponsible?
In this stand-alone sequel to his acclaimed debut novel My Father, the Angel of Death, Ray Villareal touches on serious themes such as drinking and driving, lying to loved ones and even steroid use. Author and educator Villareal once again writes a compelling novel for teens that explores the impact of making poor choices and choosing the right friends.