Fourteen-year-old Rusty-James runs one of the meanest gangs in his neighbourhood, his reputation safe mainly because his brother is the widely-feared Motorcycle Boy. But while his brother is now a loner who shuns gangs and fighting, Rusty-James is desperate to belong.
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In the violent ganglands of urban America, Rusty-James at 14 has one burning ambition: to be like his fearless brother the Motorcycle Boy. But the Motorcycle Boy is through with gangs: ‘It wasn’t anything like you think it was. It was just a bunch of punks killing each other, like rumble fish, those Siamese fighting fish who’d kill each other if they could’.
But Rusty-James has to defend his own reputation for toughness and his blind desire leads in the end to an explosive and tragic climax.
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Book Description HARPERCOLLINSCHILDRENSBOOKS, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 000671210X