Every now and then, you find a book that makes you want to look around corners, peer over walls, climb into wardrobes, and climb down manholes seeking the world that must be there. A book that makes you believe again, for a little while.
This is one of those books.
Beth, a graffiti artist is excluded from school, and finds a strange young man who lets her see that world, and she takes it, heedless of the cost
This is a YA book, ostensibly, but it treats its reader right, to good & evil, love & loss, life & death, and trains.
Jo Fletcher Books kindly provided a review sample copy.