Fine Young Gentleman by C.W. Slater

*CONTENT WARNING: coarse language, sexuality, graphic violence including murder, may be disturbing to some readers, mature themes. Not for children. Recommended for 16+* 

The controversial Young Adult suspense-thriller that dares to show how teenage boys REALLY think. Dark, satirical, intense and raw. This is a book you shouldn’t read if you are easily shocked or offended! 

Take a twisted journey inside the heads of three raunchy, impulsive sixteen-year-old boys at the elite Percy College School—where status-hungry moms blackmail students, and self-absorbed administrators will do anything to protect the school’s reputation. Craig is the popular golden boy struggling to hide a terrible secret. Jacob is a creepy emerging psychopath plotting to eliminate his rivals. Sex-obsessed Matt is desperate to lose his virginity at all costs. 

The first book of the upcoming Fine Young Gentlemen series.

Please note the content warning. This is not a Young Adult romance

“I know hate is a strong word and everything, but its okay: we’re teenagers.”

 

This was  an absolute heart stopping read! I advise you definitely heed the warning before reading this book. The title may be called Fine Young Gentleman but the things these guys get into falls no where under the gentleman category. This was a dark and intense look into the minds of three teenage boys. Some things were expected like constantly wanting to get laid but other things will totally blow your mind. For example the psychopathic tendencies one of the characters starts to exhibit and eventually gives into. The point of view changed between each boy as well as some secondary characters and the author was exceptional at capturing and conveying each of their voices. Throughout the story every one of the guys became a bad guy in some way so you won’t know which direction the story will take until the very end. It’s so unlike anything I’ve read before. It’s dark, hilarious, suspenseful, and edgy. It’s a must read and you won’t be disappointed. I give this a 5/5 rating and I absolutely recommend this read. Available at Amazon.com.

I was given a copy from the author for a honest review.

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