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About The Book
Sixteen-year-old Denn Doyle’s troubles begin with a seemingly harmless—and extremely profitable—game of poker with some neighborhood kids. Eager to join the adult world, Denn realizes that casinos and poker are a means to do exactly that. His “hobby” progresses to a habit and then to an addiction that threatens relationships with his parents, girlfriend, and best friend. Hautman explores the escalation of Denn’s gambling without preachiness, dealing with his problem in a straightforward and knowledgeable manner.
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (February 7, 2012)
- Length: 224 pages
- ISBN13: 9781442433380
- Grades: 7 and up
- Ages: 12 - 99
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Raves and Reviews
“Fast paced and powerfully delivered, this novel is as taut and suspenseful as a high-stakes game.”—School Library Journal
“Hautman’s anatomy of a teen addict is chillingly intensified by Denn’s narration…watch even reluctant readers ante up.”—BCCB
“Swift and salacious, Hautman’s latest compellingly echoes gambling’s siren call.”—Publishers Weekly
“A compelling read.”—KLIATT
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