By R. J. Astruc
Calling Anthony Parker: booklet One
At St. Peter’s, an unique British boarding tuition for boys, a teacher’s be aware is law—and Anthony Parker is major a uprising. whilst he's came upon analyzing a e-book containing “questionable content,” he gets a reprimand from the headmaster. Parker responds by way of secretly lending questionable fabrics to different scholars, aided through his ally and long-time weigh down, Rafe.
The state of affairs escalates whilst their draconic literature instructor discovers their subterfuge and compiles a banned books record. Parker and Rafe fall in with Peter Fritz, a broody outcast who’s turning the ban in his desire through deciding to buy and lending banned books to students—for a cost. because the banned books library grows and hidden emotions threaten the boys’ burgeoning partnership, they become aware of that the demanding situations of transforming into up may perhaps outweigh the rewards of bucking the procedure.
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