Ezra has everything, looks, intelligence, athleticism – he is a truly golden boy, with his life mapped out for him. After high school, college on a sports scholarship. A one minute mistake by a driver that runs away on a dark night, changes all of that
When Ezra returns to school for his final year, he has missed all of summer break rehabilitating his shattered knee.
He no longer holds a place as the captain of the elite tennis squad. His friends and girlfriend seem not to want to know him. He settles for the quiet of the ‘misfits’ table – where he finds surprising friendships and the possibility of more….
While a little contrived in places, this was fast paced enough to keep me interested – underlying ideas of social responsibility were interesting too!