And what could be more appropriate than that? Nothing much yo. Except maybe a blurb? Because we are blurb. So please do hit The Last Good Halloween, all post-haste and such, it just might change your life.
"With nods to Ferris Bueller's Day Off and The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Giano Cromley's The Last Good Halloween artfully reminds us what it's like to be young and angry, and raging against a universe we can't possibly yet understand."