In Long Way Down, Will’s older brother, Shawn has just been shot dead. Will feels the loss immensely, but knows his next step is to follow the “rules” in his neighborhood.
They are as follows:
Will doesn’t realize that things are about to get a whole lot more complicated when he steps onto the elevator in his building to go down. As the elevator stops on each floor, somebody different (in spirit) connected to his brother gets on to give Will a piece to a bigger story than the one he thinks he knows.
Does Will follow the "rules" and get off the elevator? Read to find out more.
(excerpt: pages 29 - 33)
FYI: this book is considered M for mature.