A young man lies bleeding in the street.
It could be any street, in any city. But it's not. It's Glasgow. And it's May - the marching season. The Orange Walks have begun.
Graham doesn't want to be involved. He just wants to play football with his new mate, Joe. But when he witnesses a shocking moment of violence, suddenly he and Joe are involved. With Catholics, and with Protestants. With a young Muslim asylum-seeker, and his girlfriend. With all the old rivalries - and fears . . .
A gripping tale about two boys who must find their own answers - and their own way forward - in a world divided by differences.
"A moving and epic story"
"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'"