Sam and his friends are like any normal gang of normal young boys--roaming wild around the outskirts of their car-factory town, daring adults to challenge their freedom; then one day Sam wakes to find the tooth fairy sitting on the edge of his bed--but this is not the benign figure of childhood myth. This is an enigmatic presence that both torments and seduces him, changing his life forever.
This is such a beautiful book. I know this feeling I felt it when I read the Lovely bones. It's not quite the same feeling though. I feel I've lost some friends almost. "The heads looked at the gang." there are chapters in this book where the author takes you on a journey. Of childhood, adolescence and dark childhood terror's and dreams All this seems to revolve around "Sam's" the main character in the story personal experiences, sexual awakenings and frustrations. And his best friends too. are main play And I haven't even begun about the actual main character the tooth fairy. Or the crazy adventures in the woods near the lake :p
I'm honestly left with so many feelings towards this book there were times I bit my lip. The times I laughed out loud. I'm going carry this book around with me for a while.
I'm not giving anything away with this book. You have to read it yourself! And I highly recommend you do as it's a truly beautiful book.