The room was filled to the brim with people, Tallum Dex sat by Vincent's side and looked through his papers quickly. He looked over his shoulder every time ...
Author: Ryan M.S.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
To most living in Woodbury, Camden didn't seem much of a mystery. With the violence, drugs, and gangs running amuck, what else could there be to know? To all living in Camden, Woodbury was an enigma that always seemed right out of reach to them. But Ashton, daughter of failing Broadway-wannabe director Anthony Feldman, seems to never really be on the bandwagon to write Camden off as a dysfunctional dystopia. Especially when she goes to the only school that sits on the border of these two different worlds. When she sees a boy who speaks in an almost-endless riddle that seems to encapsulate all of Camden's mystery into one body, she gets led right into the enigma. Vincent Ortega is the same rough-and-tumble, unfortunate namesake and tragic spitting image of his father. He is a real gangbanger in the making, or so they all think. He has always preferred to melt into the background. That is, after all, what you had to do when you have an abusive father. All he wants is to keep himself, his sisters, and his mother off the streets and out of the deadly grips of someone like his father. When he meets a girl who seems hell-bent on figuring him out, without ever figuring herself out first, he truly sees how similar Camden and Woodbury really are.