A gripping and powerful story of two boys from rival backgrounds, for fans of The Hate U Give and The Upper World.
Glasgow is a divided city. Catholics and Protestants; Celtic and Rangers. Stumble down the wrong street at night, and you might not find your way home again.
Joe and Graham should never have become friends, but football brings them together. They don't want to get involved in the conflict and rivalry. They just want to talk, play, live and breathe the beautiful game.
But the Orange Walks are beginning - the annual marches that bring the city's tensions to the surface. And Joe and Graham have to decide where their loyalties lie.
A powerful, gripping story about friendship, prejudice and tolerance from multi-award-winning author Theresa Breslin.
'An outstanding writer . . . Superb' Independent
A cracking good read
This political and religious cocktail makes for a thought-provoking read for teenagers
Compelling...this humane and edgy story prickles and nudges the reader towards tolerance and understanding of other communities.
This is a book with far-reaching appeal and universal themes that will encourage young readers to challenge bigotry.
'Compulsive, contemporary novel'