It started out as a game. But then it became something real. Something unnatural. Something powerful. Something Dangerous.
About the relationship of two boys growing up in Kirston Abbey. I thoutht this book was a little intense.
From the back of the book:
Kirkston Abbey is no place for weak or sensitive boys. Unsupervised bullies wreak their vengeance in the dormitories at night; cold, exacting professors reduce their students to tears in class. So Jonathon Palmer can't believe his good fortune when Richard Rokeby seeks out his friendship. Rokeby is everything Jonathon is not: wealthy, stong, handsome, aloof - even teachers can't touch him. With Rokeby as his protector, for the first time since arriving at the school, Jonathon feels safe.
But as the two boys frow close and Rokeby's demands on the relationship intensify, Jonathon finds himself powerless to stop him from unleashing a diabolical force that threatens to consume them - a force that Rokeby tries to cover up with twisted games. And Jonathon comes to realize that there's something not completely right with hsi new friend. Something a bit off-kilter. Something slightly unnatural. Something...dangerous...
A suspensful story that isn't full of violence but leads you seductively and frighteningly along expectation!
evil and good whom will win you have to read this its great.