Book Review: Infinite Sky

Infinite Sky
by C.J. Flood

Iris is still struggling with her mother’s abandonment of the family when a gypsy caravan squats on a piece of her family’s property. Meanwhile, her father is spending more and more time in the pub, while her brother, Sam, has started hanging out with a rough and unpleasant group of local kids. Only Trick, the gypsy, seems to understand and listen to her, and despite her father’s warnings, she is drawn to him. Iris watches helplessly as the tensions between her family and the gypsies escalate and tempers boil out of control. Is there nothing she can do to avert the oncoming disaster?

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