I recommend this book to anyone who likes reading about opportunity and trust. These three boys have to work together and trust each other in order to get what they deserve, freedom. None of them did truly anything to diserve what life threw at them. This book is a crime scene behind the scenes. It's from the point of view of the people who got away with something and need it kept secret, but they need it fixed. how many criminals can honestly say that they got away and feel guilty about it? This book is one of those books where something is constantly happening and you don't want to put it down. I never found a dull moment following these characters.