REVIEW TIME: Terror Kid by Benjamin Zephaniah

Title: Terror Kid

Author: Benjamin Zephaniah

Release Date: 4th September, 2014

Publisher: Hot Key Books 

Pages: 304 pages

"Rico knows trouble. He knows the look of it and the sound of it. He also knows to stay away from it as best as he can. Because if there's one thing his Romany background has taught him, it's that he will always be a suspect.
Despite his best efforts to stay on the right side of the law, Rico is angry and frustrated at the injustices he sees happening at home and around the world. He wants to do something - but what? When he is approached by Speech, a mysterious man who shares Rico's hacktivist interests, Rico is given the perfect opportunity to speak out about injustice. After all, what harm can a peaceful cyber protest do...
From the bestselling author of REFUGEE BOY comes a powerful novel about justice, trust and idealism gone wrong that will make you look again at your definition of a terrorist.

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Here was my initial review on goodreads:

This is another Review Time where I feel as though I've explained all in my Goodreads review! If I carry on writing then i'm just going to spoil you all, which I really don't want to do because I want you to check out this short, exciting read. Even if it sounds like it isn't your thing, trust me it's worth a go! Benjamin Zephaniah is famous for a reason, his writing is empowering as well as informative and seriously eye-opening.

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