"Every student at Saskatoon Collegiate knew about the lottery. It was always held in the second week of September, during Shadow Council's first official session. Rumor had it that a coffin containing the name of every S.C. student was placed in front of the blindfolded Shadow president. The lid was lifted, the president dipped a hand among the shifting, whispering papers, and a name was pulled."
A devout Christian teen shares his intimate tale regarding his life of former delinquency and leaves the reader with a relatable and inspiring story.
*Regards peer pressure, the effects of bullying, and the use of marijuana.