Then Kip gets angry too. ‘You just don’t know what it’s like. ‘
Our eyes blaze at each other. He looks away. ‘I have to watch my back, that’s all,’ he says, more gently.
Henny can’t work Kip out. Where is his family? Where does he live? Why do waves of sadness and anger sometimes overtake him?
The answers to these questions only come when the two friends’ boat is trapped in a dark storm. In the urgent battle to survive, the limits of friendship and trust will be stretched to breaking point.
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