Since moving to Lodgette, Montana, Ben Campbell has fallen in with a local hate group. They convince Ben, his brother and their father that violence and discrimination will resolve life's frustrations. With the help of new friends who challenge his thinking, Ben eventually realizes how misguided these ideas are and he begins to distance himself from this criminal group. At last, Ben manages to save himself and open his father's eyes to the truth, but it may be too late for his brother David. The novel ends on a hopeful note with a wiser and more mature Ben hoping for a second chance with his family and friends.
Nora Martin has written two other young adult novels, 'The Stone Dancers' and 'The Eagle's Shadow', which was listed as a Bank Street College Best Book of the Year and noted as an ALA Best Trade Book for Social Studies. She is a school librarian in rural Montana.
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